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|RESTAURANT MANAGER TRAINEE - LANCASTER AREA||Bird in Hand, PA|
|Sr Front End Developer HTML5 Job||San Francisco, CA|
|Internship: Photography Summer 2013||New York, NY|
|Senior Designer||New York, NY|
|Internship: Graphic Design Summer 2013||New York, NY|
|Internship: Brand Campaign Analytics||New York, NY|
|Baker/Pastry Chef (part-time)||Memphis, TN|
|PASTRY COOK III-PART TIME||Kansas City, KS|
|PASTRY COOK 1-FULL TIME||Kansas City, KS|
|Lead Baker||Baton Rouge, LA|
I’ve been hesitant to step into the world of virtual assistants. I like the idea of having people do stuff for me, but I’m not sure what I’d have them do. I just feel like I’ll spend more time explaining to the person how I want something done than it would take for me to do it on my own. I know I’m wrong. I know that having a personal assistant would help me be more productive, which is why I really should try Fancy Hands. They’re a New York, NY based company that has “a team of personal assistants ready to work for you right now.” All of their assistants are U.S. based and “eager and ready to rock.” I’ve heard great things from friends who have used Fancy Hands, so it seems that they’re living up to their marketing copy.
Fancy Hands is a monthly subscription with three plans: 5 requests for $25, 15 requests for $45, and unlimited requests for $95. That’s super reasonable–especially considering that Fancy Hands employs high quality U.S. based assistants and that they have a software platform that makes interaction with assistants very easy. Fancy Hands can help with all kinds of tasks–there’s a little of sample tasks on their home page. Some of the most compelling stories are about how people use Fancy Hands assistants to negotiate phone or cable bills down. If you have any other questions about the service, you’ll probably find an answer in the FAQ. If you think that Fancy Hands is doing something that you want to be part of, then take a look at Fancy Hands’ Jobs page. Right now they’re looking for a Community/Support Manager and a Front End Web Engineer. Both jobs look pretty awesome, so check them out. You can also keep your eye on the page where they list Assistant opportunities, if that’s something that would interest you.
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