Patrick Erwin, CareerBuilder.com writer
In the last few years, working from home has gone from being a rarity to a reality. With advances in technology, more people are able to link to work from their home computers or laptops. And as employees continue to crave flexibility and yearn for a better work/life balance, more people are working from home for at least part of their workweek.
John Rossheim, Monster Senior Contributing Writer
Endowed with phone, Web, email and PDA capabilities such as a calendar, contacts and so on, handheld wireless multimedia devices like BlackBerrys, Treos and iPhones are continuously adding features to their already formidable mix.
Erika Morphy, Co-author, ‘The Geek Gap’
Jennifer Goodwin is on a mission–and a budget that doesn’t go beyond five digits. Goodwin is gearing up to expand her company, internetGIRLfriday.com, which provides virtual business administrative support.
‘I have been turning away business for a couple of years now, in some part due to the lack of IT support systems that I need,’ Goodwin told LinuxInsider…
Whether you work from home or in an office, part-time or full-time, the 9 to 5 dynamic has evolved. Is an economic future with fewer jobs & fewer work hours inevitable?
Overwhelmed at the office? But not ready to hire new staff? A virtual assistant might be the solution.
For small businesses that are drowning in paperwork or administrative tasks, the traditional choice has been to hire a part-time or full-time assistant, or else slog through unassisted. But in these work-from-home days of the Internet, there’s a third option: hiring a virtual assistant.
WRITER: Michael Doan
Jennifer Goodwin, 15-year internet marketing expert, funnel guru and supporter of veteran-owned businesses is with us today to speak about how she can help small businesses succeed on the web using cutting edge tactics
What will 2008 hold for administrative professionals? With so many forces roiling the labor market – the trend toward just-in-time hiring, an economy squeezed by a credit crunch, technology that both destroys and creates jobs – it’s hard to say.
But this perennial truth will hold: Great admins are hard to find, and they will be in great demand.