Logo is all about helping people improve their careers through online learning, and they also offer some pretty cool career opportunities themselves.

Displaying 1-10 of 41,088 results.
CAD Designer Level 2
Baltimore, MD
CAD Designer Level 2
Washington, DC
Part Time Night Trash Collector Up to $20/hr Truck Required
Centreville, VA
Retail Sales Associate Hiring Immediately
Leesburg, VA
Patient Service Specialist - Bethesda, MD
Bethesda, MD
Transition and Adoption Manager
Falls Church, VA
Lobby Security Officer - Evening Weekends
Sterling, VA
Material Handler
Frederick, MD
Independent Real Estate Agent
Ashburn, VA
Patient Service Specialist
Leesburg, VA

Search more jobs

When I came across and their awesome job opportunities, I realized that their courses in things like Excel, Photoshop, Web Development and more could be a huge help to most job seekers. That’s why I signed up for their affiliate program to get you a 7-day free trial.

The biggest mistake that job seekers make is that they focus too much on trying to land a job and too little on improving their skills. If all you do is apply to jobs every day for 6 months, there’s a good chance that you’ll end up still unemployed and you’ll be even less attractive to employers than when you started. I know it’s counterintuitive, but most of you need to spend less time looking for jobs and more time making yourself a better candidate. There are lots of ways to do that, and one is by taking skill-specific courses. is a company that offers exactly that–“online software training videos that really work.” They’re based in Carpinteria, CA, and they’re yet an Inc. 500 company with 250% three-year growth to $49.9 million in annual revenue. And I’d bet that the amount that they’ve increased their users’ salaries is a lot bigger than that.

Who’s Lynda?

Lynda is a real person. Her last name is Weinman, and she’s “a Web graphics and design veteran” who co-founded with her husband, Bruce Heavin. Together (along with a lot of team members that had joined along the way) they’ve built with the goal “to make everything we know available to you to help reach your creative and career goals.” What I find interesting about the company’s business model is that they don’t charge by the course. If you sign up for a subscription to access one course, you can access all of the others for as long as you stay signed up. And these courses are good. I’ve never taken any, so I’m going on the fact that is used by huge names like Amazon, Google, Yale University, Apple, and Microsoft. If you like what is doing, then the next logical step is to check out their Careers page. They offer a number of opportunities that you might find interesting including:

  • Project Coordinator, Creative and Marketing
  • Account Services Representative
  • Training Production Coordinator
  • Video Compressionist
  • Video Editor
  • Software Engineer
  • UI Engineer

There are a ton of other positions posted, but has some pretty hefty experience requirements. You’d think that a company that is all about online learning might be more open to people who may not have 5-10 years of experience. They do allow you to submit a general application, so that may be worth a shot if none of the posted positions seem like a good fit.

Links to Help You Begin Your Research

Have you tried If you want to, here’s a link for a 7-day free trial.

We've identified as having career opportunities in the following categories:

Jobs Near You

FedEx Operations - Packaging
FedEx Ground PH US Gaithersburg, MD
Cashier/Order Taker
Chipotle Mexican Grill Ashburn, VA
Sr. Technician
Valvoline Instant Oil Change Ashburn, VA
Security Guard - Data Center
Securitas Oak Hill, VA
Restaurant Team Member
Five Guys Leesburg, VA

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Copyright © 2007-2015 One Day, One Job. All rights reserved.