Job Lead Websites To Use in Your Telecommuting Search
Let me ask you a question: are you tired of using job sites only to find scam after scam? I bet you're nodding your head in agreement to that question. I know that I was sick and tired of spending all my time online searching for telecommuting jobs only to find scams. Any type of free job site is going to have a few scams, but some sites have more legitimate jobs than others, and some are easier to use than others.
There is one job site that I enjoy, have found the most legitimate jobs from, is the easiest to search through, and has a good variety of jobs. This site is http://www.craigslist.org/. If you've never used this job search website, I would start using it today!
What makes it such a superior job lead website? Well, let me tell you what I personally like about it. I like that there is an option to search telecommuting jobs only; not too many job sites have this option built into the search feature. You simply go to whatever city you want, select whatever category you want, and click on the telecommuting option. Then, it pulls up the telecommuting jobs! It's sooooo easy!
I also enjoy that there are so many great categories, and there are some really diverse categories. If you're looking for jobs in administration, biotech, writing, teaching or many others, you can find them at http://www.craigslist.org/.
I also enjoy that there are so many cities and countries to search through. If you're searching for Canadian telecommuting jobs, there are options to search that country. If you're looking for telecommuting jobs in Ireland, there is an option to search that country and many other countries as well. Plus well over 30 US cities!
To find the best results, I go to http://www.craigslist.org/ and start with the first city, Albany, and start with the first category, accounting and finance, and then start searching through every city and category! Sounds simple right? It is simple, but you need to stay committed to looking for jobs everyday.
Telecommuting jobs go fast, so searching everyday at Craigslist.org will be your best bet. You need to jump on the jobs the day they are listed. Is this going to take time on your part? Of course, but if you're serious about working at home, you will find the time to search everyday for jobs.
Craiglist.org is one of the easiest job search websites I've found, and it's one that I go to in order to find legitimate leads from every single day! My husband has even started using it to find offline jobs in our area.
I have other job search websites that you can try out listed on my MommysPlace site. I haven't used all of the websites on this list, so please know that I can't vouch for them all or tell you if they are the best to use. You should try as many as you want in order to decide which ones work best for you.
Now get out there and get searching! I wish you the best with your job search.
Nell Taliercio is the publisher of a weekly telecommuting newsletter that helps moms and dads work at home. Read more about the newsletter and get your free listing of job links at http://www.telecommutinganswerlady.com - and for more telecommuting and home based business information head over to http://www.mommysplace.net
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