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Freelancers, or "gig economy workers" account for more than 34 percent of the U.S. workforce, according to an Intuit/Emergent Research analysis.  That group includes your local Uber driver or TaskRabbit handyman – even your Airbnb landlord.  What's more, that figure is expected to climb to 43 percent of the U.S. workforce by 2020.  Suffice to say: the gig economy isn't disappearing anytime soon.  Americans are...
Going green is easy. This list of green job sites can help you find work in industries such as solar, wind, water and conservation. American Solar Energy Society  - pro association for solar SolarCity Careers First Solar Careers Conservation-Careers HireHorticulture  - horticulture jobs GreenJobs.net  - list of green jobs and other resources Careers in...
Working remotely is fast becoming the norm at many companies, especially in technology. Therefore its not surprising that their are several work at home job sites that now list hundreds of jobs each.  Recommended Remote/Work from Home Resources Jobs With Remote - new job site featuring many customer service and other work at home positions such as medical billers and agents. GoRemote - an aggregator of several remote...
Those looking for C-suite and executive level jobs have a small but growing number of job sites to help them find work beyond the traditional sources like LinkedIn. ExecThread , which is based in New York is the latest site to join this group. Execunet  -  a well established community site/organization Experteer  - Experteer offers job postings for executive positions in Europe and the US. Economist...
Food service job sites are growing at a tremendous pace in the U.S. Sites like DineGigs and Shiftgig even come with mobile apps to track and find restaurant and related work.  CareersinFood  - food jobs and career opportunities in the food industry, including food and beverage manufacturing jobs, and more. DineGigs  - DineGigs was founded to connect employers with those seeking new opportunities in the...