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How to Score a Job at a Completely Virtual Company

How to Score a Job at a Completely Virtual Company | Library learning centres | Scoop.it

Here are 10 completely virtual companies hiring now -- and some tips on how to score the job.


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I found this an amazing reminder of how the world of work has completely changed since I started in 1980.

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Danielle M. Villegas's curator insight, August 27, 2014 7:53 PM
I'm catching up with some articles I looked at a while ago and wanted to share. This is one of them. I'm a remote worker for the most part. I had to start commuting 50 miles each way once a week, which isn't too bad, just this calendar year. I wanted to share this info, as I agree with several of the main points, but also save for myself if I find myself someday looking for another position (which isn't happening soon, since it looks like my contract is going to be extended for a third year!). I hope this is helpful, as it seems to me that technical communicators would be great remote workers. --techcommgeekmom
Educate Massachusetts's curator insight, February 25, 9:19 AM

Looking to take your public education career into the business arena?  If so this is a considerable resource. As a professional teacher with an Instruction Technology certification or background you can do more with your career than you might think.

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Rescooped by Julianne Pask from M-learning, E-Learning, and Technical Communications
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How to Score a Job at a Completely Virtual Company

How to Score a Job at a Completely Virtual Company | Library learning centres | Scoop.it

Here are 10 completely virtual companies hiring now -- and some tips on how to score the job.


Via Danielle M. Villegas
Julianne Pask's insight:

I found this an amazing reminder of how the world of work has completely changed since I started in 1980.

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Danielle M. Villegas's curator insight, August 27, 2014 7:53 PM
I'm catching up with some articles I looked at a while ago and wanted to share. This is one of them. I'm a remote worker for the most part. I had to start commuting 50 miles each way once a week, which isn't too bad, just this calendar year. I wanted to share this info, as I agree with several of the main points, but also save for myself if I find myself someday looking for another position (which isn't happening soon, since it looks like my contract is going to be extended for a third year!). I hope this is helpful, as it seems to me that technical communicators would be great remote workers. --techcommgeekmom
Educate Massachusetts's curator insight, February 25, 9:19 AM

Looking to take your public education career into the business arena?  If so this is a considerable resource. As a professional teacher with an Instruction Technology certification or background you can do more with your career than you might think.

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OECD literacy leagues: poverty and inequality blamed for England's results

OECD literacy leagues: poverty and inequality blamed for England's results | Library learning centres | Scoop.it
Problem may lie in lack of encouragement and opportunity for people to study once they have left school (OECD literacy leagues: poverty and inequality blamed for England's results
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Why do Japanese children lead the world in numeracy and literacy?

Why do Japanese children lead the world in numeracy and literacy? | Library learning centres | Scoop.it
Emphasis on rote learning, theory and compulsory study to age of 18 pays off, but critics say it stifles critical thought (Why do Japanese children lead the world in numeracy and literacy?
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