My Employment Options, a Work at Home partner of mine, is known for their national Online Job Fairs that feature multiple Work At Home employers. If you are currently looking for a work at home job, this is a great opportunity to get your foot in the door because participating in a job fair has lead some to get a home based job when they may have been overlooked otherwise. In fact, these work at home job fair have taught others how to get hired, find out exactly how many jobs the company is hiring for as well as help job seekers with their resumes, interviews and application.

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My Employment Options has free job fairs for those who desire a work at home job periodically throughout the year so if you missed the last one, I have some good news! They have announced that their next Online Job Fair will be take place on Thursday, October 6th, 2016 from 10 am to 4 pm eastern standard time. Please make note of this if you live on the west coast or a different time zone so that you will be prepared to attend. Everyone who registers for the job fair will receive log in instructions the night before on October 5th. Make sure that you check your spam folder just in case your email service provider sends it there.

For those who are unfamiliar or may not be aware of it, My Employment Options offers free job placement to individuals with disabilities that receive either SSI or SSDI benefits. Even though on they primarily help people with disabilities, their online Job Fairs and webinars are — open to anyone nationwide– in the general public. It is a great way to network online in chat rooms with leading national Work at Home employers to ask them any questions you may have and to get a better understanding of exactly what they are looking for in a ideal candidate. Some Onsite employers attend as well but if you are specifically looking for a work at home job, you can opt to chat with those employers that offer those remote opportunities only. Please do not miss out on this free opportunity, especially if you need assistance getting a work at home job and are struggling to find one.

Everyone who wants to participate in the job fair must register online first. It is free to do so and will only take a few short minutes of your time. In case you are wondering which companies or employers you will have an opportunity to chat with online, here are a few that have already confirmed to set aside time to do so listed below. Please keep in mind that more employers will be added to the list as it gets closer to the time.

American Express
Department of Labor
Enterprise Holdings
Fifth Third Bank
Pearl Interactive Network
Sutherland CloudSource
Windy City Call Center
World Travel Holdings

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If you would like to participate, please register online here.
If you have any additional questions about My Employment Options in general or the virtual job fair, please contact Lori Adler via email at

I hope you enjoy the job fair and make sure that you pass this post along to any of your friends and family that needs a work at home job.


I am a stay at home mom that is an author, professional blogger that provides free information and reviews about work at home job leads, companies hiring, an instructor gives advice about starting your own blog, online business, and other ways to earn extra cash from home from your smartphone, etc.


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