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Kathy Llano-Sierra
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Kimberly Ellis
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Kathy, two other sites to check out for remote work would be Career Contessa and Remotive. These are full range sites that have jobs from entry level up to C-suite, depending on what you are looking for.
Kathy Llano-Sierra
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Kimberly thank you so much, I will review both and see what happens ... thanks to all who offered advice, suggestions, and encouragement!
Kathy Llano-Sierra
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Thank you for the tip, I will take a look!
Jana F.
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Have you looked into FlexJobs.com? It has all remote/flexible hour positions in a myriad of different fields. It is a subscription site and I’ve found more wfh and remote positions there than other sites.
JYJ
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When I google remote healthcare admin jobs, there's a plethora of legitimate sites that pop up. I would also target the places you'd like to work for. Remote is thankfully the new normal!
Kathy Llano-Sierra
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I am registered with several job boards and receiving email notifications every day all day for all types of positions (although I select specific criteria for my profile). I wish there was some way to be able to receive only what you ask for. Any suggestions to prevent unsolicited positions?
Sara True
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You can do this! Remote work is becoming more common across all industries. You can also research companies that have a commitment to disability inclusion.
Kathy Llano-Sierra
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Thank you, thanks for the encouragement! I actually had a phone interview that I opted out of because the pay was so low, that I would not be able to take care of myself. I was open, but nice in telling the interviewer I did not want to move forward because I could not afford to work for their company. He was fine with that.
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