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Remote Jobs You'll Want to Share with Friends... or not!

I really love bringing to your attention a variety of job options. Many of you seem to enjoy thinking outside of the box when it comes to income, work, and lifestyle; that’s right up my alley! Today I’m highlighting the opportunities available in working remote jobs. You may want to share this with your friends.

Working a remote job can be a great way to make extra money as you’re figuring out what you’d like to do next. You can turn your 9 to 5 into a freelance job by working on the side all while enjoying the security of your full-time job. It’s one way of clarifying what you love to do, finding a market for it and making your transition smoother.

Remote jobs are on the rise...  finish reading here

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Comment by Ann Musico on April 14, 2017 at 3:57am

That says a lot about them! Pretty cool and well deserved my friend.

Comment by Marcy Travis on April 13, 2017 at 8:15pm

Thanks so much, Ann! It was pretty cool - I've sung the praises of FlexJobs so much (they identified and met a real need in this market) that their Director of PR & Media contacted me via email. I found that very personable and extremely thoughtful. Love making new friends in this space!

Comment by Ann Musico on April 9, 2017 at 2:14pm

You find the coolest resources! Just awesome Marcy.

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