BOULDER, CO—I’ve been saying for a while that FlexJobs is one of the best places online to find virtual office jobs. Well, now it just got a little better.
That’s because FlexJobs just acquired Tjobs. That means there’s more telecommuting, virtual office, part-time and otherwise flexible job listings from which to choose.
“This is an exciting time for work-life balance positions as we continue to see the listings grow,” shared Sara Sutton Fell, CEO of FlexJobs. “By purchasing Tjobs, we are providing a one-stop destination for job seekers who would like to find a professional, home based job.”
If you’ve never heard of Tjobs, you can take a hint at its telecommuting nature from its moniker. Tjobs has been dedicated to advancing telecommuting as a viable work option for both job-seekers and employers for more than 16 years. Virtual offices also go back that far, and even farther, but only in recent years have virtual office jobs become high-profile in the media.
“We are proud that we’ve been able to contribute to the growth in telecommuting over these many years,” Tjobs said in a statement. “However we have realized that it’s time for a change. As such, we are very happy to pass the torch to FlexJobs to help carry on the mission.”
What does this mean, practically speaking, for FlexJobs? It means all the virtual office job listings that were once on Tjobs are now on FlexJobs. All current Tjobs members are now part of the FlexJobs family.
In total, FlexJobs has more than 10,000 hand-screened flexible job opportunities. But FlexJobs offers more than just virtual office jobs. It also offers its members free skill testing, resume and job search tips, special savings offers, and a comprehensive Guide to the Best Companies for Flexible Jobs.
FlexJobs has job listings in more than 50 career categories, ranging from entry-level to executive and freelance to full-time, FlexJobs provides the most extensive database of hand-screened flexible jobs currently available. FlexJobs is dedicated to promoting the work-life balance, environmental, and economical benefits that telecommuting and flexible work offers to both job-seekers and employers.