New on Disability.Blog: Getting Hired for Work-at-Home
Getting Hired for Work-at-Home Is a Different Process
By Guest Blogger Paula Reuben Vieillet, President and Founder of Employment
Options Inc. <http://www.myemploymentoptions.com/>
Even though there are many similarities between applying for a local job and
applying for a virtual work-at-home job, there are many significant
differences. Your knowledge about this process can be the edge you need to
secure the job you want!
The Application Process
Unlike jobs in your local community, almost all work-at-home jobs require an
application to be submitted online. This submission tells the employer that
you have access to a computer and you have a specific skill set to use the
Internet and follow detailed instructions online. Most will not take phone
calls or emailed resumes. They require you to use the submitted form.
Unlike applying in-person, tech issues can get in the way. Nevertheless,
they can be overcome with patience and persistence! Below are some tips to
solve some of the most common problems....
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