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Your Guide to freelance "computer jobs" for IT professionals, website designers or anyone in the tech industry.
Every day, I take a look at many different job boards in different industries in order to post some on my home jobs blog page for my readers.
What I see most consistently on these job boards makes me wish that I had some tech support experience. IT jobs are definitely not only one of the more consistent job leads I have seen, they are some of the more better paying home based jobs that I see!
So if you have tech support experience under your belt, congratulations! You are one lucky job seeker because you are in great demand .
If you're looking for freelance IT jobs, below is a guide to 6 great websites offering freelance work for all you techies out there!
Tech Support jobs are out there in abundance for IT professionals, website designers, graphic designers or anyone in the tech industry. The question for many is where to find these jobs.
Recently, I read a wonderful book detailing freelance jobs that are out there for those looking for at home work in various industries.
If you're in the market for a work from home job, I highly recommend going to your local library or bookstore and picking up a couple of books on working from home so that you can have an idea of what kinds of jobs are out there.
(And if you're interested in the book I read, the title is below, it's a fabulous read)
These are typically well paying freelance computer jobs that can be done from the comfort of your own home.
Some of these jobs are long term jobs , others may be short-term projects.
Registration to these types of job boards is usually free or you can simply use their "job search" bar and take advantage of the wonderful search opportunities that are available for work from home jobs available in your area.
To make yourself stand out and therefore be more likely to land the freelance computer job or project you wish to have, it is a really good idea to put some time into a sharp looking resume. If you don't know how to put together a solid resume, I implore you, have a friend who is knowledgeable in this area help you out or pay a professional service to put one together for you.
A pretty good resume service I recommend is:
Freelance work . Make sure to specify "work from home" in your job search. Provides freelance opportunities for IT professionals who are looking for work. Job length, pay and job duties may
You can search for the exact type of position or project you are looking for in your city and if any available jobs are available, you will be able to apply directly on the site.
Some of the positions I saw when I typed in a job search in my city included positions for a technical writer, application developer, production support specialist, project managers,
custom installation managers and the list goes on and on!
Click here to visit computerjobs.com
ContractJobhunter.com offers information on jobs that may be available in the areas of IT, engineering and technical positions. The website allows you to register as a guest for free and have access to the contact information for all the companies that are hiring. Again, if you would like to search for at home positions only, make sure to specify "work from home" in your job search.
To visit this job board, please go to: www.cjhunter.com
Dice.com is a free job board for IT professionals, aerospace engineers and many other technology experts. Again, all you will need to do is type in "work from home", your specialty (such as engineer, IT specialist, etc) and the city you live in to see the companies that are hiring in your area of expertise.
You will need to upload a current resume and you can actually upload
up to 5 different resumes on the site!
This is a job board not only offering jobs for IT professionals but also for those interested in the areas of healthcare (nurses and physicians) and customer service phone work.
Be careful to read the job descriptions
as some of these jobs may be more commision based sales positions.
If that is what you are looking for, then have at it but otherwise, just fyi, you'll want to make sure that the job description states that it does not pay you via a commission pay scale.
If you are a techie and are skilled in website design, programming, graphic design, etc, then check out this job board where you can get paid for completing tech projects that are posted on the job board.
You can place a bid for a project that you are willing to complete for a certain price and if you are awarded the project, you will get paid at the price you bid for it.
Click here to visit projectspring.com
Work as a freelancer in any of the following areas: IT, website design, virtual assistants,writing and marketing. Payment is guaranteed, pays by the hour or by the project.
Update to Freelancer (previously VWorker.com): This is no longer a free job board , although they do give discounts.
Although this website does not always have jobs available, Support.com is another website that does offer work at home positions from time to time in the IT industry.
Elance, being one of the more popular job boards, may sometimes be overlooked.
But being one of the more popular job boards has its perks, namely more traffic and more eyeballs on your profile, which may lead to more freelance computer jobs for you:
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