View the list of general Q&A regarding the purpose of our site, and what we do.
How much is it to sign up?
There isn’t a sign up fee, nor will there ever will be. All I ask is that you disable your ad-blocker since that is what help run the site.
How often are new jobs added?
New jobs are added on a daily basis. I run a batch add once a day. So if you don’t see a job that you like, please check back the next day, or even in the late afternoon of that same day.
Do I have to sign up in order to job search?
No, there really isn’t an advantage to forcing sign up for job searching. I believe in just providing the information in as simple a format as possible. However, if you sign up you will be able to have saved searches, and even email alerts when new jobs are up.
If there is a problem with applying to a job, what can I do?
That depends. Is the issue with the application link? The only support I’d provide is making sure that link is formatted properly. Other than this, if the job is no longer posted, there isn’t anything we can do to assist.
Does the expiration date match the actual job expiration date?
No, this isn’t the case. We have a standard 60 day expiration policy. This allows the database to not get bogged down. However, in most cases, job postings are closed within 60 days.
Are you able to help me find a job, or speak to the company in my behalf?
Please note that we are only a job board providing access to real telecommuting jobs. We in no way have control or pull over who is hired.
I would like to post jobs to your site, how can I do this?
Due to our efforts to maintain a high standard of jobs we list, we do not offer the ability to post jobs through the front-end site. However, if you have a telecommuting job you’d like us to post, please feel free to send an inquiry through our contact form, and we’ll be in touch with you shortly.
Why do you have this site available?
Personally I have been telecommuting for about 10 years, and each time I needed to find a new career, I found myself jumping through hoops to find legitimate remote jobs. And in order to find real remote/telecommuting jobs I had to pay a premium to access them. So this site is available to crush and end having to pay to access jobs, that others are qualified for, but perhaps have no way to know of their existence.
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