TechFlow is hiring full-time, work@home TSA Customer Service Representatives (USA).
Candidates must be available to work late afternoon and over nights, including weekends, and holidays, to be considered.
For more job information and application instructions go to https://techflow.applytojob.com. Thank you.
Are you a tech person? Do you enjoy helping others? Than customer service could be a great new career for you!
If you've lost your job due to the Coronavirus epidemic or are just looking to work from home make sure to check this out!
KellyConnect is HIRING virtual customer service reps to help guide and assist customers to resolve technology questions, challenges, and problems through a series of troubleshooting activities in a virtual call center environment.
Common solutions include: Resolving username and password problems, data sharing & synchronization, uninstalling/reinstalling basic software applications, verifying proper hardware and software configuration and set up, power cycling devices, navigating customers through application menus, and troubleshooting email issues.
• Paid training at $13.50
• Increase of $1.00 after 90 days
• Advisor earning potential up to $17/hr
• Explosive growth opportunities into departments such as Leadership, Quality Assurance, and Training!
I wanted to pass this important article along! With the increased amount of folks working from home the next few weeks, there is a potential for rise in cyber attacks. Check out these tips for keeping yourself safe!
I am a freelance writer and I have my self - hosted website “With Love,Floxy” The domain hosting is due to expire on the 24th April and I am not sure if I should renew the hosting as my website does not have much of my writing portfolio considering I ghost write articles for people therefore confidentiality of articles.
Really in a fix about this and yes, I am aware that the future for maintaining an online presence is now but what is the point of having a website if I can’t upload updated writing samples of my work.
Needing some guidance on this. Thanks
The state put together this map of public wifi hotspots, if you're in need of connecting to get things done!
Hello, I will be graduating this August with a major in Health Informatics and minor in Clinical Applicaitons. I have interned for NEC corporation for the past 4 years and I would like the opportunity to work with a growing company where I can utilize my many different areas of experience, while challenging me to develop and grow with them. #graduate #IT #girlsintech #technology #2020
So after being unemployed for 2 months and reaching out to numerous recruiters, blasting out applications to everyone, and creating tailored resumes for every job I've applied to only to hear a no, I've decide that enough is enough and I'm going to have to blaze my own path. I was looking for a job in finance just to get something but wanted to transition into technology. Since there is no one that to provide any useable advice or wants you to pay them to be a mentor/career advice giver, I've given up going those normal routes. I'm going to continue to search for a job on my own, but I'm not going to depend on anyone helping me. While I'm doing that, I'm in the process of starting to learn what tech companies/start ups are looking for, starting with learning python. It will not be an easy road, but it beats sitting at home and miserable and not doing anything about the problem. You cannot depend on any of these job sites to really help you (not even LinkedIn) unless you want to pay loads of money for nothing. The other thing I see is a lot of these so called recruiters taking advantage of people in desperate situations during this time and either taking their money or offering jobs that will end up leaving them stuck or skillless. I see the value of having a head hunter, but in a pandemic, that seems like waste.
All this to say that I am blazing my own path. I have the intelligence and drive to learn what I need to learn and figure out what I need to learn. If anyone would like to help or provide any useful advice, I'm open to it. I'll even share my resume as I do still need to make a living. But for now, I've given up following the traditional "listicle" advice that's on every job site or search result on Google. It is time I do something about my situation even during a pandemic/race war. As an African American male, I have never been given any opportunity, despite having a bachelors degree in economics and on the path to finishing a master. I have had to fight for every opportunity when I was employed in finance. So why should I expect it to stop now? #unemployed #jobsearch #motivation #coronavirus #mentor #networking #finance #technology #workfromhome #unemployment
According to [this article] (https://www.nhbr.com/it-job-listings-in-new-hampshire-record-big-jump-in-february/) NH and MA lead the nation in IT jobs growth and the IT sector still has strong growth despite #Coronavirus. Consider some training to make you more marketable in the IT space.
As a result of the #Coronavirus craziness, my neighborhood caught onto the trend of starting a group "WhatsApp" thread.
The purpose is to provide emotional support and ask for help if needed. A lot of neighbors have been offering to pick up groceries for one another and extending a helping hand with errands.
Many of these people I don't even know in person! But, it's a great feeling knowing that our little community is sticking together to tough out this scary time.
Zoom is providing a variety live virtual events interact virtually. I recommend live demo or Zoom 101 to start https://zoom.us/events.
With may interviews and jobs and social interaction moving online, we should practice now so we are prepared when we have to use it!