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What to say in a work at home job interview

What to say in a work at home job interview

Say it right in a work from home interview

Work from home job interviews are different. Employers aren’t just making sure that you can do the job, they’re also looking for subtle hints that say that you can or can’t hack it from home. There are a lot of things you shouldn’t say during a work from home job interview. While you are avoiding those, remember to work the following into your interviews and get yourself moved to the top of the list.

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What NOT to say in a work from home job interview

What NOT to say in a work from home job interview

Don't say this in a work from home interview!

Working from home gives you a lot of perks that just come with the territory. Yes, you really can work in your pajamas, answer emails with your iPad at the park and take care of your sick kids when they can’t go to school. When interviewing for a telecommute job, however, you should at least pretend that the job comes first. Here are some things you should avoid sharing when interviewing to work remotely.

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4 Simple Steps for Finding a Real Work From Home Job

4 Simple Steps for Finding a Real Work From Home Job

Steps work from home in a telecommute job

Working from home is a dream for millions. Who wouldn’t want to get paid for sitting in their bathrobe? One day I decided that I would leave my current job only for a job that would allow me to work from home 100% of the time. Within a month I achieved my goal. That was 10 years ago. I now hire people to work from home. Here’s how you can do it today.

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No-fail tips for a kickass work from home resume

No-fail tips for a kickass work from home resume

The perfect work from home resume

Most work from home jobs don’t fly you out to meet the team. Often, there isn’t a face to face interview. Because of this, a lot of remote workforce companies put a lot of emphasis on how you present yourself virtually from the get-go. This includes your application, every email correspondence, every phone call and every video conference. But before you get that far you need to usually need to pass the resume test and prove your worth.

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4 advanced tips to land that awesome work at home job

4 advanced tips to land that awesome work at home job

Best way to get a work from home job

Telecommute jobs are very different from office jobs so gaining that edge over the dozens of other candidates can present special challenges. Take some advice from a guy who hires remote workers for a living. In the work from home world you are often going up against other candidates from all over the country and sometimes other countries as well. That means that when you go for that work from home account management job you aren’t just going up against the 150 account managers within 50 miles of your house, you are in competition with the 17,000 account managers in the western hemisphere who would love to sit with their laptop on the front porch sipping ice tea while they work. So how do you beat out 16,999 others? Creative cheating!

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The surprisingly stupid (and offensive) reasons you failed to land that work from home job

The surprisingly stupid (and offensive) reasons you failed to land that work from home job

The best work from home advice can keep you from being deleted

Feeling like you are always a telecommute bridesmaid and never the employer’s bride? Do you send out loads of resumes for work from home jobs you know that you are perfect for but never hear back? Check yourself presentation for these important reasons distributed workforce employers are running away.