Signs Telecommuting Jobs Market Is Increasing

The ‘gig economy’, and ‘digital nomad’ are two new and trending buzzwords that indicate the telecommuting jobs market is healthy and expanding. Interest in telecommuting jobs is high. Decent paying telecommuting positions, some that even pay benefits, are readily available. Computer savvy people with tech and programming skills are doing best in this new economy, but there is work available for people with various interests and skill sets. New, function-rich telecommuting job search sites like this one are popping up to service employers and job seekers.

How the telecommuting jobs market is expanding

Google has recently created an ad markup category specific to telecommuting in its job postings that allow employers to indicate that the listing is for a telecommuting position.

Google Adds Markup For Telecommuting Positions in Job Postings

Google Adds Markup For Telecommuting Positions in Job PostingsGoogle has added a new type of markup to its job postings guidelines, which will let publishers indicate that they have a telecommuting jo…

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Technological innovation seems to be driving the creation of many, hitherto unheard of types of work that can be done remotely.

115% Increase in Telecommuting since 2005, Says Report

The 2017 State of Telecommuting in the U.S. Employee Workforce report has been released by FlexJobs and Global Workplace Analytics. This report is the most up-to-date and comprehensive data analysis a…

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Technology drives work…

The Futurist: automation and telecommuting will be as common as Wi-Fi in 2026

Sapna Saxena, country HR manager, APAC, Telstra predicts that the move towards greater automation and telecommuting will push the HR community to completely rethink its approach to work.In 2026, I pre…

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A nice example of how technology is creating new types of jobs in the telecommuting jobs market that can be done remotely…

Telepresence Robots: The New Look of Telecommuting

A telepresence robot could change the way people telecommute. Here are a few reasons for the increase in popularity.

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the Telecommuting jobs market future looks exciting indeed.

Real Telecommuting Jobs

This video from five years ago about telecommuting derides Yahoo’s decision to limit telecommuting. The aruguments against Yahoo’s decision are as relevent, or more relevent today as they were then…

Telecommuting jobs are on the rise and are becoming mainstream. Besides real telecommuting jobs there are many scams that promise “work-from-home” gold mines, but these destract from legitimate opportunities that are available. Never use the term ‘work from home’ when searching for legitimate online positions as you will mostly find a website or article that will eventually lead you to click on a link that requires some sort of payment. Real telecommuting jobs will never ask you to pay anything upfront to do actual work.

Although there are real businesses that you can manage at home. most require a business license and real work including prospecting for clients, offering a real service or product, and managing all the ins and outs of a real business. If you are willing to do what it takes, then yes, you can have a business that you can operate anywhere.

Believe it or not there are a good number of ‘stay-at-home-moms’ who are looking to telecommute because their devotion to raising their children outweigh their drive for fullfillent as some corporate bot. To those ladies, here is a basic video on terms that are good to know when asking the boss for permission to telecommute…

Tellecommuting provides real benefits for both workers and employees. It decreases the costs and negative effects of normal commuting. It is environmentally friendly and has an indirect but positive effect on housing costs. It can also lessen the need for transportation  infrastructure costs and lessen the need for state and city taxes collected for repair and development of transportation systems.

Search legitimate telecommuting jobs HERE