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FlexJobs loves helping people find flexible jobs, and part of that is shining a light on the fact that legitimate, professional flexible jobs exist in almost all career fields and at all career levels... and that FlexJobs is the best place to find them! In order to raise awareness that remote, freelance, part-time and flexible schedule jobs are viable professional options, we are honored to be included in articles and news pieces from trusted media outlets. Below, you can search hundreds of news pieces that highlight the wide variety of job search, employment, and future of work topics we contribute to locally, nationally, and internationally.
If you enjoy the freedom of being self-employed and the flexibility of working from home, freelancing can be a great fit. For those looking to get started as a freelancer, FlexJobs determined the top career categories for freelance roles, shared here by Clark.
For new grads or those looking to transition to a new career, entry-level jobs provide a way to get the necessary experience. FlexJobs identified the top job titles for entry-level positions that also hire remote workers, shared here by BuzzFeed.
Over 62 percent of respondents in a FlexJobs survey named vacation time as one of the most important benefits when looking for a job. Brit + Co shares FlexJobs’ list of ten companies that not only offer PTO but also help pay for travel.
FlexJobs offers insight on the factors contributing to workers quitting their jobs in this piece by Glamour, examining the impact of Beyoncé’s powerful new song lyrics.
Even in a job seekers’ market, the search process can often be frustrating. A survey by FlexJobs and Job-Hunt uncovered the top frustrations job seekers face, with advice and insight from a FlexJobs career expert.
When it comes to remote work, some jobs require that workers be located in a particular state. FlexJobs identified the top states with the greatest ratio of remote jobs to active job seekers, detailed here by TechRepublic.
Whether planning to take a shorter break or an extended career pause, it’s important to arm yourself with the skills necessary to make a successful career comeback. Forbes outlines key ways to stay in the game, highlighting FlexJobs as a resource for freelance roles.
A major part of leaving a job is writing a resignation letter. A FlexJobs career coach provides insight in Fast Company’s look at how to write a letter that lets you leave on good terms.
In a FlexJobs survey, 77 percent of participants identified remote work as one of the most important benefits. For those looking to work from home full-time, The Penny Hoarder provides a list of companies that regularly hire for remote opportunities.
Many companies now offer remote work as a default option for those looking to change or find a job. Flexjobs identifies top companies for working from home as well as the red flags that signal a toxic work environment.
Recent data shows a higher-than-usual rate of job-hopping. Business Insider explores this trend, highlighting FlexJobs’ Work Insight survey which found that nearly half of respondents who negotiated their salary last year were successful.
Today's candidate-driven job market means workers have more bargaining power when it comes to negotiating perks. A FlexJobs career expert provides insight on the value of negotiating for flexible work and other benefits that promote work-life balance.
Toxic company culture was the top reason workers left a job, according to a FlexJobs survey. International Business Times explores the national labor shortage and the effect it has on inflation.
The pandemic has shifted how many of us work, with more flexible work schedules now becoming the norm. FlexJobs identified companies that offer remote work and a four-day workweek, shared here by GOBankingRates.
A FlexJobs survey found that 75 percent of workers have experienced burnout. A self-made millionaire explains why self-care and downtime is important when working toward your financial goals.
With inflation rising, one silver lining may be the advantage it provides in salary negotiations. Employee Benefit News offers advice on how to effectively negotiate, with advice from a FlexJobs career expert.
A FlexJobs survey found that getting a healthier work-life balance is the top reason people choose to freelance. Entrepreneur explores the increasing popularity of freelancing, and why some consider it the future of work.
Remote jobs can provide an advantage for recent grads and professionals with less work experience. To help job seekers find new opportunities, FlexJobs identified the top entry-level remote jobs companies are hiring for, shared here by CNBC.
A side job outside of the 9-to-5 can be the key to financial freedom. CNET offers tips for those looking to pick up more paid work, highlighting FlexJobs as a resource for creative freelancers.
For retirees, returning to work part-time can be something they want to, or need to, do. MarketWatch shares advice from Next Avenue or how to find a satisfying job, highlighting FlexJobs as a resource to find flexible and freelance work.
Record numbers of workers are parting ways with their employers on their own terms. Forbes outlines the reasons workers are quitting, citing a FlexJobs survey which found toxic company culture to be at the top of the list.
A side gig can be a great way to earn extra income for your financial goals. GOBankingRates shares advice from FlexJobs on how to find the best side job for you.
FlexJobs is included in a list of the top ten remote companies to work for, detailed here by CNBC to help job seekers find the best remote job opportunities.
For retirees looking to stay in or return to the workforce, NextAvenue offers tips on finding meaningful work. FlexJobs is highlighted as a resource for flexible and gig work.
A FlexJobs survey found that 30 percent of respondents want to quit their jobs. The Motley Fool reports on the findings, highlighting the top five reasons workers are wanting to quit.
A FlexJobs survey found that nearly half of job seekers report only finding jobs paying lower than their market rate. Fortune explores the current job market and why those with significant experience could face additional challenges.
The US is experiencing a strong job market. The National looks at what this means for workers, with insight from a FlexJobs career expert on what employees are looking for regarding career choices and flexibility.
MarketWatch offers advice on simple ways to build up an emergency fund. FlexJobs is highlighted as a resource to find a freelance or remote side job to bring in additional income.
A FlexJobs survey uncovered the common reasons Americans continue to look for new work. MoneyTalksNews details the findings with insight on the top reported reasons.
A FlexJobs survey found that the majority of people are quitting their jobs due to a toxic company culture. Grow reports on the findings and offers tips on how to spot a negative environment during the interview process.
A FlexJobs survey found that 30 percent of workers are thinking of quitting their job, with a portion saying they were very tempted to rage-quit. The Business Journals explores the survey findings and shares FlexJobs’ tips for how to leave a job gracefully.
Working from home continues to be a popular choice among employees. For those looking for full-time remote or hybrid work, FlexJobs identified companies that switched to a permanent flexible work schedule, shared here by CNBC.
A FlexJobs survey found that toxic company culture was cited as the top reason people are leaving jobs. CNBC explores the survey findings with additional insight from a FlexJobs career coach.
A FlexJobs survey found that 68 percent of people who recently quit their job did not have another job offer on the table. Money delves into the survey findings, examining why workers are quitting.
While the Great Resignation saw record-level quit rates, workers are still quitting at elevated levels now. Talented Ladies Club reports on the findings of a FlexJobs survey with additional advice for those considering resigning.
A FlexJobs survey found that 30 percent of workers are currently considering quitting their job. Grit Daily outlines the survey findings including the top factors that are affecting workers’ decisions to quit.
For early risers, the morning hours can be an opportunity to add another income stream. Grow looks at options for early side gigs, highlighting FlexJobs as a resource to find virtual assistant positions.
With more people looking for work, it’s important to be aware of possible job scams. Grow outlines red flags to watch for, with insight from a FlexJobs career expert on specific details to look for in job listings.
For remote workers, what should be increased freedom can sometimes be the opposite. Brit + Co offers valuable tips on how to set work/life boundaries, with advice from a FlexJobs career coach on scheduling personal activities.
With gas prices reaching record highs, earnings from side gigs that require driving could take a hit. GOBankingRates looks at some alternatives to consider, highlighting an option from FlexJobs that can be done from home.
To help ensure your resume stands out for the great information it contains, FlexJobs outlines five things you can (and should) leave off your resume, shared here by Fast Company.
A FlexJobs survey found that nearly half of respondents feel empowered to negotiate their salary. Fortune reports on the survey findings with advice from FlexJobs on how to ask for a raise.
A FlexJobs survey found that nearly half of workers who asked for a raise last year were successful. Business Insider explores the findings with a focus on how workers’ negotiating power might be helping women.
FlexJobs identified the companies with the happiest employees that are currently hiring for remote roles. GOBankingRates shares the list along with some of their recent open positions.
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