Internet's largest home based job search engine now available on
TORONTO, Feb. 4 /CNW/ - WhyDoWork.com today announced the advancement of
its work at home job search engine, making the website the largest source of
telecommuting jobs on the Internet. Now listing over 50,000 home based
positions daily, the WhyDoWork job search engine gives job seekers the ability
to keyword search according to skill-set and interest, providing the
opportunity for legitimate home based work.
With unemployment skyrocketing in traditional job markets and the trend
expected to worsen through mid 2010, many skilled workers are turning to the
Internet as a possible source of income. "Freelance contracts and home based
employment can help provide stability in times of economic uncertainty. There
are options out there." says Matthew Rivard of WhyDoWork, "Our members are not
alone in their search. All of our users have the same goal in mind, and that
goal becomes more attainable with the support of a community."
Members of WhyDoWork can search and discuss telecommuting positions, and
provide support to one another. Listings include all positions posted at
popular sites such as Elance and Craigslist. Common positions include work in
IT fields, writing, graphic design, and consulting.
WhyDoWork's job search engine can also be hosted on other websites
through a widget enabling syndication across many platforms, including
Facebook and Blogger. For information visit www.whydowork.com.
WhyDoWork.com is a niche online community focusing on the rapidly
expanding home based employment sector. Based in Toronto Canada, it currently
serves over 36,000 members from around the globe.
WhyDoWork provides those interested in making money online with the
tools, support, and information needed to successfully earn an income from
For further information:
For further information: Matthew Rivard, Managing Partner, WhyDoWork
Inc., phone: (416) 554-1750, email: firstname.lastname@example.org