How It Works
GiveJobs is a unique platform. Here’s how it works:
Post A Job
Quickly and accurately describe the specific work that needs to be done. Whether you’re looking for a graphic designer, a translator, an assistant, or any other job that can be done remotely, there’s an opportunity to find an excellent freelancer through GiveJobs. There’s no cost to post a job and no limit to the number of postings.
Positive Economic Impact
With every transaction, you help us to donate laptops and support work programs around the world. Direct payments into the hands of those who need them empower our freelancers to take control of their finances and provide for themselves and their loved ones. In turn, they invest in their own communities, which can reduce their reliance on handouts and charity.
GiveJobs is dedicated to connecting the talents of freelancers in minority communities and developing countries with companies seeking workers. We believe in empowering people from around the world to make a reliable and safe living using the world wide web of opportunities. GiveJobs is ending poverty one job at a time.
Harold I., Multimedia Specialist
I studied computer technology and audio/visual. Working from home gets me closer to my family. I have always been an advocate for work-from-home. I’m happy to see this project materialize; I believe that this platform could create more job opportunities for my fellow Haitian Citizens.
Marc C., Linguist/Translator
I’m studying linguistics and management. I’ve been working as a freelance translator since 2016. It helps me pay for college and allows me to continue studying. I think working online is a great opportunity for young people in my community because I know they have a lot to offer.
Valery P., Translator
I’m majoring in management and marketing and work online as a freelance translator. Working online allows me to spend more time with my family and help them with the chores. Working online helps young people like me, earn more money, and is good for the country’s economy.
Why Provide Jobs Instead of Charity?
Charity is important. It is often the difference between life and death for those living in poverty. But while charity eases the immediate pain of poverty, it does not solve the underlying issues.
That’s why GiveJobs is driven to provide jobs for freelancers in impoverished minority communities and countries. Jobs give dignity, reward hard work, improve the lives of individuals, families, and communities, and are the key to ending generational poverty.
In a broader sense, providing jobs in these countries begins to lift the reliance on charity. It gives communities the autonomy to invest where they see fit and to build a better future they have control over.