Telecommute Week 2019 is our fourth annual remote work event and it is going to be our biggest yet. Despite the buzz, telecommuting isn't just a trend. It's a proven work model we encourage all jobseekers in need of flexibility to explore, and we're here to help. —Laura Spawn, Virtual Vocations CEO
TUCSON, Ariz. (PRWEB) March 14, 2019
Telecommute Week 2019 is a six-day event spanning March 18 – 23. Throughout the week, Virtual Vocations will share new telecommute job vacancies, job search resources and downloadable content, telecommuting and remote work statistics, limited-time discounts on Virtual Vocations services, contest details, and a new jobseeker survey.
New Virtual Vocations resources that will be available to telecommute jobseekers include a 10-point telecommuting action plan, a guide for millennials interested in working remotely and the digital nomad lifestyle, and a guide for seasoned professionals who want to make the switch to working from home or earn supplemental income after retiring.
"Telecommute Week 2019 is our fourth annual remote work event and it is going to be our biggest yet. Despite the buzz, telecommuting isn't just a trend. It's a proven work model we encourage all jobseekers in need of flexibility to explore, and we're here to help," said Laura Spawn, Virtual Vocations Co-Founder and CEO.
On Wednesday, March 20, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. Eastern, 10:00 a.m. Pacific, Virtual Vocations will go live on their Facebook profile to answer questions in real-time about topics like remote work, Virtual Vocations services, finding a job, writing a resumé, and more. During the live Q&A, Virtual Vocations team members will be available to provide job search insight and expert tips.
For complete coverage of Virtual Vocations’ Telecommute Week 2019 event, from Monday, March 18 through Saturday, March 23, visit the Virtual Vocations website, blog, and social media profiles on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn. Virtual Vocations also encourages anyone interested in Telecommute Week 2019 to use the #TelecommuteWeek hashtag to follow the latest updates and information from Virtual Vocations.
Inquiries about Telecommute Week 2019 may be sent to Kimberly Back, Virtual Vocations Content Division Manager, at kim(at)virtualvocations(dot)com.
About Virtual Vocations
Virtual Vocations, Inc. has assisted more than two million individuals in their searches 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.
Content Division Manager, Virtual Vocations, Inc.
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