There has never been a greater demand for telecommute jobs. Our goal with this Telecommute Week celebration is to meet jobseekers’ desire for more access to and information about remote and flexible work. —Laura Spawn, Virtual Vocations’ CEO
TUCSON, Ariz. (PRWEB)
March 21, 2018
Telecommute Week 2018 at Virtual Vocations is a six-day event spanning March 19 – 24. The company will celebrate telecommuters and telecommute jobseekers, the remote work lifestyle, and the benefits of flexible and virtual employment.
During Virtual Vocations’ event, visitors to the Virtual Vocations website and blog will receive a variety of exclusive offers as well as brand new telecommuting tips and resources to improve their job search experiences, learn more about ways Virtual Vocations can help them discover and apply to high quality telecommute jobs, and strengthen their hireability using expert insight from Virtual Vocations’ telecommuting team.
Laura Spawn, CEO of Virtual Vocations, said of Telecommute Week 2018, “There has never been a greater demand for telecommute jobs. Our goal with this Telecommute Week celebration is to meet jobseekers’ desire for more access to and information about remote and flexible jobs.”
For their part in gathering and presenting information about remote work, Virtual Vocations collects and tracks data on telecommuting trends. In their 2017 Year-End Report, for example, the company determined the top states for remote work, the companies who hire the most applicants for telecommuting positions, and the industries with the greatest selection of virtual and remote jobs.
Virtual Vocations will revisit these and additional telecommuting statistics during Telecommute Week 2018. Also, they will offer a voluntary, 12-question survey to their website members. The survey helps the company learn more about the work styles and job search habits of their customers as well as provides additional insights into the growing demand for remote employment.
From March 19 – 24, 2018, Virtual Vocations will share daily blog content on topics like an explanation of the company’s best practices and services, details about working remotely as a Virtual Assistant, advice on the similarities and differences between resumés for remote jobs and résumés for traditional, onsite jobs, and tips for achieving and maintaining success as a remote worker.
For complete coverage of Virtual Vocations’ Telecommute Week 2018 celebration, visit the Virtual Vocations website, blog, and social media profiles on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn throughout the week. The company encourages anyone interested in Telecommute Week to use the #TelecommuteWeek hashtag to follow the latest updates and information from Virtual Vocations.
About Virtual Vocations: Virtual Vocations has assisted over half a million individuals in their search for flexible, telecommute jobs. The company is dedicated to bringing jobseekers expertly researched leads that offer some form of telecommuting or virtual work. Virtual Vocations is a private, family-owned, and 100% virtual company incorporated in Tucson, Arizona.
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