Middletown, CT, March 10, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Hundreds of Work from Home Career Opportunities:
Fast growing site helps job seekers find the right position and company and it assists employers in finding the right candidate for the job.
Nationwide: My Virtual Commute has officially launched their website. It is a work from home job posting website that serves the entire United States. The site shows available work-from-home jobs to job seekers while helping employers fill their growing number of open work-from-home positions.
Many job seekers have expressed the benefits of using MyVirtualCommute. According to Shelley Rosa, My Virtual Commutes Operations Director, “There are plenty of job boards out there and some of them even cater to the growing telecommute industry, but what sets us apart from other job boards is that we do our due diligence before posting a job. We make sure the company is still operating and the positions are still available before posting a position as open.”
Rosa went on to say, “Another feature that sets us apart from other boards is we link the job seeker directly to the hiring company’s site. We don’t ask the seeker to create a profile or fill out any lengthy forms. It is simple, they look through the job postings and apply for the positions that they are interested in pursuing.”
MyVirtualCommute has more than 200 jobs posted from over 150 individual companies:
· A large percentage of the jobs posted are from national companies that now hire a work-at-home, work-force.
· Postings include full-time, part-time, freelance, contractor and employee positions, many with full benefits to include paid vacations, healthcare and 401-K savings plans
MyVirtualCommute is completely free to the job seeker and completely free to the employer. We actually post the jobs ourselves unlike traditional job boards where the employer has to do the work. Our goal is to help companies that need a virtual workforce find candidates and for those candidates to find exciting career opportunities at companies that understand the mutual benefits of a virtual, work-from-home workforce.