Sometimes you find it in the strangest places. Work, that is.
While sorting through a bunch of emails, I kept coming across an invitation to send my resume to Thumbtack.com. The emails were non-intrusive, but insistent. They wanted my resume.
I hadn’t applied for any jobs recently, and my resume was so far out of date, it was missing the past three years of contracts, and several achievements, so I stuck those emails in a different file folder and went on sorting and deleting. Then I opened another message and realized what Thumbtack.com was seeking.
I haven’t done accounting for hire in several years, and I’m really not interested in doing it again. I prefer design and coding over numbers. But, they are seeking accountants, and I know several accountants who are either looking for work, or asking about more contracts for their home based business.
The wonder of accounting is that you don’t have to work for the other guy in his office. You can often work from home.
The perfect opportunity for a small town accountant seeking employment in the accounting and numbers industry. Thumbtack.com offers jobs online.
You join as a Pro, and take a look at Job Listings. Select what appeals to you, send a response and proposal for the job.
What could be easier than that?
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