Thursday, June 8, 2017

Website focuses on remote IT jobs


A report issued last summer by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the U.S. Department of Labor put a number to the growing trend of working at home. The report said that in 2015, 24 percent of employed people did some or all of their work at home.

With high-speed networks, video conferencing and other high-tech communication tools, there is often little need for employees, particularly in the IT fields, to be parked in cubicles in high-priced office building. Companies that are recruiting programmers and other IT professionals have even begun to advertise specifically for workers to fill remote jobs.

A website called NewITJobs specializes in posting job openings for workers who would do their jobs remotely.

As I write this article, the site has 27 openings for Javascript programmers, 22 positions for coders who can write Ruby on Rails, and more than 50 IT jobs for professionals with expertise in other areas including systems administration, design and customer service.

NewITJobs says advertisers can post a job opening for $50 for 60 days and reach 100,000 remote workers every month.

To check out the current postings, visit the NewITJobs website.


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