The work landscape is changing. There is a lot more flexibility for employees. If you want to work part-time, from home, or in a hybrid scenario, all are possible. Employers are looking for creative ways to solve problems. We help clients identify what work arrangement is best for their needs. Then, we leverage our connections at agencies and recruiting firms to connect workers to opportunities.
Internet job sites to explore:
Philanthrophy & Non-Profit:
Find professional, part-time, freelance, and remote jobs.
WorkingNomads.com curates lists of the most interesting remote job offers in many professional career areas
We Work Remotely is the largest remote work community in the world.
Find full-time remote software jobs with top US companies.
Look for projects or gigs to grow your freelance business.
A platform for freelancers to offer services to customers worldwide.
A marketplace that matches freelance labor with local demand, allowing consumers to find immediate help with everyday tasks.
Offers many different kinds of job opportunities, both hourly and fixed-price.
A niche job site, specifically for IT related jobs.
Thousands of freelance jobs in a variety of categories. Search jobs by category.
Find IT and finance related gigs.
Upwork online website to post and bid on projects – similar to flexjobs.
Find work in fiber optic, cabling, installation, service, security and alarm solutions, telecom and wireless.
Search for care jobs online, working with kids, elders, pets, and more.
Build a profile to showcase & discover creative work.
Dog related jobs, similar to care.com but exclusively for animal care.
Car Driver companies – independent contractors
A site that lists jobs that involve face-to-face contact with the employer – recently added telecommuting jobs.
Career Exploration Information
UC Berkeley Career Center: Career Exploration Resources — An extensive database of occupational information
Occupational Outlook Handbook — Bureau of Labor Statistics site for exploring the outlook on occupations, job requirements, and average compensation.
O*Net OnLine — US Department of Labor primary source of occupational information
O’Net – Interest Profiler — A site to assess your Holland interests and explore relevant career options.
Skill Sets and Suggested Career Options — Lists of career options that align with 18 skill sets
LinkedIn Jobs – Search for jobs and information about careers on LinkedIn:
Indeed —Integrates thousands of jobs from company hiring pages. Companies also post job openings directly.
Glassdoor — A recognized site for identifying open jobs and salary data.
LPN Careers — If you have ever wanted to experience an exciting and fulfilling profession in the medical field then becoming a Licensed Practical Nurse could be for you!