FlexJobs is a ?Job Search Site That?s Worth Paying for,? says NBC 9News DenverAuthor: admin | Filed under: Business Scams
FlexJobs is a “Job Search Site That’s Worth Paying for,” says NBC 9News Denver
Boulder, CO (Vocus/PRWEB) February 09, 2011
NBC 9News Denver highly recommends FlexJobs, the leading online service for telecommuting and flexible job listings, after a recent interview and profile story. In the interview and article, “A job search site that’s worth paying for,” 9News Consumer Reporter Mark Koebrich says that FlexJobs, “works as a clearinghouse for legitimate telecommuting opportunities and helps people find professional, legitimate work-from-home jobs.”
Since its founding in 2007, over 100,000 job seekers have used FlexJobs in their job search. Job seekers will find companies large and small on FlexJobs, including American Express, Google, MetLife, and Aetna. Koebrich added, “There is no guesswork for job seekers about the job offers on the site. [FlexJobs] stands above the typical work from home hustle.” FlexJobs offers jobs in over 50 professional job categories, ranging from entry-level to executive, and freelance to full-time.
FlexJobs CEO and Founder Sara Sutton Fell describes herself as being just like the thousands of job seekers she’s helped to find telecommuting jobs. Fell works from home in an office above her garage, and is passionate about finding new legitimate telecommuting and other flexible job postings – such as part-time, alternative schedule, freelance contracts, and consulting jobs — every day. When asked about work from home scams, Fell said, “That’s why I started the company: to really turn the typical scam-ridden experience on its head and focus on the professional, legitimate opportunities.”
To find legitimate telecommuting job listings, the trained FlexJobs staff searches through online resources such as public job boards, employer websites, industry blogs, and newspaper classifieds to find jobs with legitimate, named employers. By eliminating scams and ads, these pre-screened listings make job searching easier, safer, and more efficient for FlexJobs members. FlexJobs also hand-screens job listings submitted directly from employers, and it does not display advertising or anonymous job listings that cannot be researched for legitimacy.
To read the 9News article or watch the interview, visit “A job search site that’s worth paying for.” To find out more about FlexJobs, visit http://www.FlexJobs.com.
FlexJobs is the leading online service for flexible, part-time, telecommuting, and freelance job listings. FlexJobs gives job-seekers a way to find legitimate, hand-screened jobs quickly, easily, and safely. A member of the Better Business Bureau, FlexJobs screens out online scams and anonymous employers in order to deliver users the best of the best flexible schedule and telecommuting job opportunities in an easy to search, ad-free website.
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