New remote work platform launches

October 16, 2019
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Patricia Rae Linn, a career marketing executive, and retired Purdue University executive Winston James Taggart, are both "full-time travelers" who are looking to grow that into opportunity for others.

The pair has launched to make job hunting as a traveler, and hiring the best remote and work from home travelers free for travelers, cheap for employers, and self-serve and easy for all. No longer will jobseekers and organizations that hire them spend hours on dozens, even hundreds of websites to connect top-tier talent with leading traveler-friendly organizations.

"If we had $10 for every time someone says, 'I want to do what you're doing'," Patricia explains, "We'd be retiring after just five years 'on the road'. Instead, we researched and realized that there are 93 million full-time travelers in the world and at least 21 million of those want flexible, remote or seasonal jobs and don't know how to find them."

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