This is especially true for jobs that don’t require a commute to a brick and mortar office, but do require flexibility and self-discipline, thanks to virtualjobs.usnlx.com, a new website developed by the National Labor Exchange (NLx).
Virtualjobs.usnlx.com provides job seekers a “one-stop shop” to find employment that isn’t tied to a location, opening up numerous career opportunities for military spouses, caregivers, individuals with disabilities, people living in remote areas, and those who prefer to work virtually. Many virtual jobs just require a computer and an Internet connection.
Employers already using the National Labor Exchange just need to include keywords like, “virtual, work from home or telecommute” in their job descriptions, and those jobs will be added automatically. Employers not currently using the NLx can have their site indexed, or have their jobs added through their state workforce agency. There is no cost for either option. For more information, click here.
The NLx is an electronic labor-exchange network, created in 2007 in a partnership agreement between DirectEmployers and the National Association of State Workforce Agencies. The more than 2.4 million job openings listed daily on the NLx come directly from employers, state job banks, and the federal government. To access the full NLx site, click here.