About 3 years ago, I found myself looking desperately for a job by foot. I’m sure anyone who has been unemployed at a weary part of their life would agree of the pressure of not finding a replacement job right away could bring. We all have been there. Although there are spots in a metropolitan area that lines up companies side by side, one still cannot help but to feel sorry for himself once his in that situation. Looking back to it, it’s really not about the distance that a person needs to cover to find another job, but the burden he carries with him on his back and most especially on his heart that contains the agony. I hope our future would lead us to a world where that never has to happen again to anyone on any country.
Today, there is an explosion of online jobs that can be found, done and grown at home. The openings made available for people looking for home based jobs account to thousands each day, but of course it is still not going to be enough. Its deficiency even has a cloud of shadow because not all unemployed are aware that jobs can now be located on the internet. So, the figure of the unemployed having found new hope online is still inaccurate.
Online jobs are really how things should be done moving forward. If a job doesn’t require a person to physically be at a workplace then that post should be placed online. If you ask me, the adoption of some companies is very slow a pace compared to what it should be at this day of age. Every job description that only has to do with computer, documents, processes done online and communication should all just be an online job instead. Probably the only reason behind this slow rate of transferring jobs online is that companies are afraid to shift too much freedom to their employees which is an embarrassing excuse.
Keeping in mind all those resentments, reality still dictates that we best use what we have; and the available online jobs will do for now. In the perfect world perhaps no one would be unemployed at all; in the perfect world we have strike the perfect balance between the employers and the employed; and in the perfect world there is no one who would take advantage and look upon those who are looking for an honest online job as prey. Sadly, that is not the case. Studies suggest that for every one legit work from home jobs there are at least forty or even fifty scams littered on the net. That does not look like a very positive ratio.
If you are one of those trying his luck in finding an online job, it would be best to start with legit online jobs hosting sites. These sites do their best to filter out phony jobs by verifying as much information as they can from the employer before he is allowed to post a job on their site.