Saturday, March 22, 2014

Do you Want to Work From Home? Check out US Companies That Offers Telecommute Positions in 2014

There are a lot of scams on the Internet that promise that you can work from the comfort of your own home, a lot of the are scams, most of them ask for money, but a few of them are legitimate.

A website called FlexJobs have created a database of companies that have a work at home arrangement with their employees. They have created a list of more than 25,000 companies for people looking for telecommuting work. They have also compiled 100 top companies that offers partial and full work-at-home job opportunities, which was based on an analysis of the job posting history of the employers in its database.

Sara Sutton Fell the founder and CEO of FlexJobs said: “The great news is remote work options are – and have been – on the upswing within companies. But the bad news is that it is still really difficult for most job-seekers to find these legitimate job opportunities amidst the scam, junk, and ads mixed in on most job boards out there. With this list, we want to help guide job-seekers to some of the leading, trusted companies that have shown that they incorporate telecommuting in their hiring practices.”

Telecommuting jobs or work-from-home jobs are very much in demand nowadays, due to high gas prices and traffic. The positions that FlexJobs have listed include a range of remote work such as exclusively working from home, partial telecommuting while working mostly from an office, and everything in between.

2014 list of top industries offering work-at-home opportunities include information technology, healthcare, sales and marketing, education, nonprofit etc. Jobs that are available are data entry, sales representative, senior analyst, nurse case manager, account executive, Web or software developer, virtual teacher, and accountant.

Here is the list of 100 companies most likely to hire remotely in 2014 according to Flexjobs:
  1.     Xerox
  2.     UnitedHealth Group
  3.     Dell
  4.     Aetna
  5.     American Express
  6.     First Data
  7.     Humana
  8.     Westat
  9.     K12
  10.     ADP
  11.     Overland Solutions Inc.
  12.     CyberCoders
  13.     U.S. Department of Transportation
  14.     SAP
  15.     PayJunction
  16.     Connections Academy
  17.     Apple
  18.     IBM
  19.     HD Supply
  21.     Western Governors University
  22.     CACI International
  24.     McKesson Corporation
  25.     Aon
  26.     WellPoint
  27.     Forest Laboratories
  28.     Patch
  29.     Walden University
  30.     Pitney Bowes
  31.     Adobe Systems
  32.     Coventry Health Care
  33.     Clarity Consultants
  34.     Kenexa
  35.     General Electric – GE
  36.     Symantec
  37.     Microsoft
  38.     Thomson Reuters
  39.     Appen ButlerHill
  40.     Teradata Corporation
  41.     Computer Sciences Corporation – CSC
  42.     PAREXEL
  43.     BroadSpire
  44.     Red Hat
  45.     Healthfirst
  46.     Pharmaceutical Product Development Inc.
  47.     Infor
  48.     Optum
  49.     Precyse Solutions
  50.     Kaplan
  51.     Hartford Financial Services Group
  52.     Nuance
  53.     PricewaterhouseCoopers
  54.     CVS Caremark
  55.     AmerisourceBergen Corporation
  56.     American Public University System – APUS
  57.     Ecolab
  58.     Autodesk
  59.     Language Line Solutions
  60.     Sodexo
  61.     Kronos Incorporated
  62.     Fiserv
  63.     ICON
  64.     Mozilla
  65.     American Support
  66.     Canonical
  67.     BCD Travel
  68.     Mom Corps
  69.     Quintiles
  70.     Welcome Wagon
  71.     FlexProfessionals, LLC
  72.     Pearson Education
  73.     Zimmer
  74.     University of Maryland University College
  75.     Kelly Services
  76.     TEKsystems
  77.     CareFusion
  78.     Novartis
  79.     Unisys
  80.     Dignity Health
  81.     Enterprise Contact Center
  82.     ICF International Inc.
  83.     AIG
  84.     Cargill
  85.     Asurion
  86.     Lockheed Martin
  87.     SunAmerica Financial Group
  88.     VMware
  89.     Alere
  90.     Express Scripts
  91.     Health Net
  92.     Nielsen
  93.     Variable Annuity Life Insurance Company – VALIC
  94.     American Heart Association
  95.     Bausch & Lomb
  96.     Grand Canyon University
  97.     SumTotal Systems
  98.     Pacific Interpreters
  99.     Parallon
  100.     ACI Group
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Friday, February 28, 2014

How to Make Money online

The internet is littered with articles on how to make money on the internet. This article will consider all the good things and will separate the good, the bad, and the scam. You CAN definitely make money online, not everything out there is a scam.

Writing articles where you are good at is the best and most successful way to earn money online. If you are a writer, computer programmer, pilot, accountant, web designer, or photographer, there are a lot of opportunities for you. If you have knowledge on couponing, finance, carpentry, raising kids, planning vacations or weddings, or home design etc you can get paid for your expertise and writing about it.

Freelance Work - you can find work at home jobs on this sites:,, craigslist, or Odesk.

Writing Web Content - You can write articles on eHow, A good article can give you $30 per year or more. Write 20 top-notch articles, and that's $600.

Write Product Review - check out it is owned by N.Y. Times, and they pay freelance writers a minimum of $350 per article for product reviews.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

List of Best Places to Live by CNN Money

Check out the Best places to live in the US prepared by CNN Money:

1. Sharon, MA - is a town in New England that has plentyful good jobs in Boston, Providence, and the Route 128 tech corridor. It's a half-hour train ride from Boston or Providence, this one-time summer resort has the natural beauty of a more remote place. 40% remains open space, and the town jewel, Lake Massapoag, offers a place for residents to swim, picnic, and enjoy concerts on Memorial Beach.

2. Louisville, CO - it has bagged no.1 twice but dropped to 2nd this year. It's a great place to raise a family, with well-regarded schools and a safe community.

Louisville's housing market has been on the rise since 2008, and its place in the technology-rich Denver-Boulder corridor has kept the job outlook solid, despite recent setbacks like Phillips 66 pulling the plug on a much-anticipated renewable-energy campus. Work-life balance in Louisville is hard to beat.

3. Vienna, VA - the suburbs in Northern Virginia, Vienna is very walkable with a historic center, and unique businesses that give Vienna an identity all its own.