If you want to find a flexible job, your best bet might be to join FlexJobs. And right now, the cost of doing so has dropped by two-thirds.
The membership-based job board — which specializes in postings for remote, part-time and other flexible jobs — is lowering its subscription fees by 67% from Black Friday through Cyber Week. Specifically, the promotion runs through Dec. 6.
To get the price break, just use the promo code FRIDAY when you sign up for a membership.
As a FlexJobs member, you will get:
- Access to FlexJobs’ database of more than 26,000 jobs from more than 5,000 companies — FlexJobs describes it as “the biggest hand-screened database of remote and flexible jobs”
- Access to resources like job-search checklists and 170 job skills tests to help you better assess and promote your skills
- Savings on member-only services such as resume review and career coaching
- A money-back satisfaction guarantee — if you’re not satisfied with FlexJobs for any reason, you can ask for a refund within 30 days of subscribing
As FlexJobs puts it:
“… we are not just a job site. We are a premium job search service, offering you personalized support, curated and trusted resources, and guiding tools to help you in your job search, your career, and your work-life fit.”
What is flexible work?
FlexJobs defines flexible work as including “full-time and part-time remote jobs, employee and freelance jobs, and on-site jobs with flexible, part-time, and alternative schedules.”
But if you’re lucky enough to land one of these jobs, don’t expect to spend the day with your feet up, watching soap operas. Even a remote job is still work — and it’s full of challenges.
As we noted in “7 Common Challenges of Working From Home — and How to Master Them“:
“Working remotely means flexibility and freedom. No commute, no office politics, no gum-chewing cubicle mate to get on your nerves. But be aware of potential drawbacks, which can range from minor annoyances to serious issues that can make or break an at-home career.”
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