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New Free Job Cellphone Text Alerts Helps Socially Responsible Job Website Offer Moms and Retirees in Rejoining the Workforce on Their Terms
[June 28, 2011]

New Free Job Cellphone Text Alerts Helps Socially Responsible Job Website Offer Moms and Retirees in Rejoining the Workforce on Their Terms

Las Vegas, NV, Jun 28, 2011 ( via COMTEX) -- Launched a year ago, Flex Hour Jobs is partnering with a variety of New Resources to help people find flexible hour, telecommuting and legitimate Work from Home employment. The site,created primarily for job seekers who previously had limited options, Stay at Home Moms and Baby Boomers had to settle for low paying work that did not challenge their skills and abilities.

As Featured on CBS's Sixty Minutes this week, 25% of American children live in poverty with household income under $22,000.With one in four dads no longer living with his kids, it is clear the shape of the American Family has changed. One in four women is the primary breadwinner in the family,and Flex Hour Jobs has found that many cannot afford internet access.

In addition, there are currently 15 million unpaid caregivers in the US, forecasted to more than double within the next five years. These people need jobs that will still allow them to meet the needs of their dependents.The issue for many of the job seekers contacting Flex Hour Jobs,is that they do not have access to the internet in their homes or are not connected on a daily basis.

For this reason,one of their new strategic alliances is with Job Rooster, a San Francisco-based mobile recruiting service. Together, they now offer up to 5 Free Job Text Alerts Daily to your cellphone so people can have access to job openings on a timely basis. Alleviating the need for an internet connection helps to include job seekers at every income level. Also added,is the "Advanced Search" feature which allows daily Job Alerts to your Email Inbox, based upon the location/ type of your job search.

"If we are going to employ America, then we need to employ Moms/ Caregivers and those who are not ready to retire yet." says Jacqueline Sloboda, Founder and CEO. "These are people who do not want to rely upon social services to support themselves, but they need employment that is flexible to some degree. People are not going to stop having families or taking care of their aging parents in need, so it's time for a shift in the way we work." But unfortunately, Sloboda reports more and more job seekers have neither resumes nor internet access. received overwhelming reviews at Maria Shriver's Women's Conference last fall in Long Beach, California. Labeled the World's Largest Forum for Women, with over 30,000 attendees, was featured in the conference focusing on "empowering women to be the Architects of Change" in their communities and the world. Maria Shriver's passion for women participating in the control of their destiny was a source of inspiration to Sloboda in the creation of the Job Website.

As a socially responsible company, offers free access to Job Listings for job seekers and is a Certified Woman-Owned company which gives a portion of its' profits to charity. The site screens all job listings, protecting job seekers from work-at-home scams which are so prevalent in the marketplace. It offers useful articles, tips, resume building services and interview coaching for those who have been out of the workforce for a while. offers flexible job opportunities in more than 50 categories, ranging from junior to executive levels, giving candidates the option of continuing work in their career field or trying something new. Part time, flex hour, seasonal jobs, work at home, freelance, environmental green jobs and retirement jobs are all represented on the site. Their "Advanced Search" allows you daily Job Alerts to your Email Inbox , based upon the location/ type of your job search. "It is much more than a Job Website though" says Sloboda, "in the US, it's a much needed Movement!" Through founding, Jacqueline has become an Architect of Change in her own life. In 1997 she had to make a decision on her own life between her career and getting married and starting a family. She wondered why there was no solution for women in this situtation. ( is a member of the International Association of Employment Websites. For more information or to search the site for flexible job opportunities, visit or follow them on Facebook ( or Twitter ( Subscriptions are free and a service to getting Americans back to Work! ### Read the full story at

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