You worked hard to get your interview. Now ace it with these 9 tips!
Depending on the company and your location, your work from home job interview will probably be over the phone and/or via video…
While they are often used interchangeably, there IS a difference between work FROM home and work AT home.
By Mike Haaren – Jan. 6, 2017 Work from Home Jobs – Get Hired Faster with Free Training, Certifications & Job Counseling Job hunts almost always take longer than we expected. Skills may be outdated, our experience stale, or we’re just not searching effectively. Free training, certifications and job counseling can help immensely. Here are Read more »
By Mike Haaren – Jan. 5, 2017 If it seems like it’s taking a long time to find a job, you may be making one of these classic mistakes. Chris and I have worked with thousands of job seekers, and we see folks making them again and again. (I’ve made all of them myself, so Read more »
By Mike Haaren – Jan. 3, 2017 A new year means new joys, new possibilities, and… new work from home scams! But scammers often use the same core moves, one year to the next. You can protect yourself if you know what to look for. Here are five signs of work from home scams that Read more »
By Mike Haaren – Dec. 19, 2016 As the holidays approach and you take care of the Wish Lists for your loved ones, don’t forget your own work from home job Wish List, too. What kind of job do you really want, and how do you figure out which one would fit you best? Unless Read more »
By Mike Haaren – Dec. 2, 2016 Finding Work from Home Jobs ASAP Finding a work-from-home job may take awhile, and longer if you’re looking for a high salary and generous benefits. But you can definitely shorten the hunt. Here are 7 tips for landing that job or gig ASAP. Volunteer virtually — and learn Read more »
by Chris Durst Oct. 14, 2016 Note: While I am using a work history of waitressing in this example, it’s important to note that the same strategies apply to other work that may not seem (on the surface) to be an easy transition to an “office” job. We regularly hear from folks who would love Read more »