I am a hair stylist + licensed esthetician. I worked many years at Ulta Beauty and now work in a salon.
Because of Coronavirus, we are shut down. My niece showed me how to set up a mini video studio and I can now do online consultations for clients! We video chat and I offer make up and skincare consultations.
It's not ideal, but its a nice way to still make some money while staying connected with others!!
Hey guys! Look I’m in serious need of a #RemoteJob. My mom is a 5 time stroke patient so I’m with her 24/7. Anything I can do? I have my iPhone 7 or my iPad? I’m a determined person and reliable. Always up for something that helps me provide for my family. #remoteworker #customerservice #virtualassistant #typing #workfromhome #virtualvocations I’m pretty skilled and would like to start something today #callcenter #stressful
Covid-19 has forced us to inside and away from people outside of our homes. Companies are quickly adjusting and are now hosting virtual interviews to fill positions.
Here are 5 best practices for virtual interviewing!
Test your internet connection. Check the speed to make sure your video comes across smoothly.
Prepare your interview space. Choose a quiet, well-lit space with minimal distractions.
Dress the part!
Practice beforehand. Research the role and the hiring company.
Be genuine and patient.
#Coronavirus has left millions of workers without jobs, many desperate for remote jobs that can provide a source of income without having to leave their homes.
Unfortunately, this also means that scammers are on the prowl for vulnerable people looking for work. There have always been job scams out there, but it’s going to grow as the weeks go on.
Here are a few of the most popular scams that should raise some red flags.
FAKE CHECKS You may see a job post offering “quick cash” typically in the telemarketing, sales or customer service field.
Red flag: Employer offers to send you a check to buy supplies to do the job
Protect yourself: Never use money from a check to wire funds, send gift cards or money orders to strangers.
MYSTERY SHOPPERS Retailers DO sometimes use mystery shoppers to audit their stores for customer service, cleanliness, etc. But, chances are legitimate companies are not doing this right now.
Red flag: Employers ask you to evaluate a money transfer service (such as Western Union or MoneyGram) as your first assignment.
To check if a mystery shopping offer is legitimate, check here!
GOVERNMENT GRANTS/LOANS Federal and state governments are working on relief packages to help workers get through this tough time. There will be a lot of new programs being stood up over the next few weeks/months, so please be careful.
Red flag: Any call, text or email that offers a government grant or loan.
To confirm which programs are legitimate, check official government websites + news stories.
Please be sure to report any suspected scams on Jobcase by clicking the three dots in the upper right and selecting Report. That will help our team find them quicker!
Good luck with your job search!
Interviewing over video is becoming more and more common in this day in age. In fact, 60% of hiring managers use virtual technology in their interview process.
Your body language matters in person and on video! To show your interviewer you are ready and poised for the position, follow these 5 body language tips!
Take up space! You should be the focal point of the video's frame.
Smile. A friendly demeanor can be seen as approachable and make for a more fluid interview.
Be arms-length away. This way you can use your hands to gesture and show enthusiasm without crowding the screen. When not gesturing, rest them on the table.
Don't touch your face. This can come across as insecure or unprepared.
Dive deeper into each of these points at https://highfive.com/blog/5-body-language-tips-better-video-conferences.
I’ve been affected by Covid and am looking for remote work supporting a senior level executive and/or team.
My unemployment is running out next week and I’ve had to move out of my apartment. I am living with family in New Mexico.
I was interviewing in San Francisco and was supposed to start at a big tech company in March, but the position got put on hold indefinitely.
I would love to be able to stay with my family and work remotely, but am open to an amazing opportunity regardless of working remote or in the office when everything opens up.
Please check out my profile here and my LinkedIn:
I've been a vet tech for a few years now. I love the career but with things getting crazier by the day with this Coronavirus outbreak... I need to have a back up.
My FT hours have been cut DRASTICALLY as we're only taking emergency cases and we have to rotate those slim hours through 8 techs.
I've never done work online, but I am eager and willing to learn. Where do you think I should/could start?
Here is a list of of 100 interesting, non-phone jobs that you can work from home! https://thinkoutsidethecubiclenow.com/100-non-phone-jobs-you-can-do-from-home/
I have been trying to find jobs that I can #workfromhome but I don't want to do anything that requires me to do cold calling. I saw this list and thought it could be helpful. I know #coronavirus has changed a lot, but don't lose hope!!! Good luck!
Hi Jobcase, I'm excited to share that you can now filter for "remote work only" when looking for jobs on Jobcase. We know many of you are interested in working from home especially during this global health pandemic. We hope this helps you find new opportunities that can help keep yourself and your families safe and healthy!
You can try it out here: https://www.jobcase.com/jobs/search Just search for a job and then on the results page apply the "remote work only" filter