National Work and Family Month is celebrated annually in October, and with a 100% remote team here at Virtual Vocations, we definitely understand how remote work as a family lifestyle impacts our day to day lives and is closely intertwined with our careers and relationships.
We are excited about embracing remote work and supporting families in doing the same during National Work and Family Month this October, and offering resources and tips to help others do the same. This week, we will be celebrating the flexibility remote work brings to careers and family life, and we hope you’ll join us!
Find everything you need to know about this week long celebration held October 19 – 23, 2020 here on this event page.
This week, Virtual Vocations is conducting a 10 question Remote Work Wellness Survey that will take less than 2 minutes to complete! Plus, take the survey and enter to win one of three amazing prize packages designed to help with your job search!
All jobseeker memberships are 20% off this week only, Monday thru Friday!
All New Memberships Include –
- Complete access to our remote jobs database of over 40,000 hand-screened jobs, added to daily.
- 15+ career industry guides and ecourses with detailed information to help you land a remote job within your field.
- Job organization made easy with job notes, saved jobs and application history and more!
- All members receive 15% off career and resume services any time! (This week only, members will receive an additional 15% off the already discounted price!)
Need a remote ready resume?
Get 15% off any career service this week only during our National Work and Family celebration! Let our team of certified resume and career coaching specialists completely transform your resume, cover letter, and LinkedIn profile to maximize your hireability and get you noticed by more employers.
“There has never been a time when flexibility at work has been more needed for a healthy personal and family life than this year. In addition to fostering flexibility, employers must recognize that individuals and their families are also in need of increased support to maintain their health and wellness, and that is the focus of this year’s National Work and Family event at Virtual Vocations.” – Laura Spawn, CEO of Virtual Vocations, Inc.