I know what you are thinking, and no Nexxt is spelled correctly. When searching for work from home job opportunities with Amazon, I was prompted to complete a profile while my results were being generated.
After I chose work from home/business opportunities at the bottom of the drop down, I noticed I was now in a program called Nexxt. Wait, what?
So what is Nexxt? I was searching for work from home with Amazon, as you can see in the picture below. I am still not sure how I ended up with Nexxt.
I must have clicked on an AD instead of an actual site address. But that is OK. I will just do my review on this site now, since I was already on it. Might as well, right? Let’s proceed.
Upon my initial search I was prompted to complete my profile for a more targeted search. For my job category (in the picture above) I chose ” work from home/business opportunities” in my area. To find this category, you have to scroll all the way to the bottom.
You can pick from a numerous amount of categories. The reason I chose work from home/business opportunities was to continue to help those that want to work from home, which is what my site is about. Click here to view my about page.
Now remember my review is based on Nexxt, instead of Amazon work from home jobs. It will depend on my review whether I would recommend you using their service or not.
What Is Nexxt?
- Owner and CEO-Rich Milgram
- Year Founded-2009-Nexxt was previously know as Beyond which was started in 1998
- Size-1 to 10 employees ( Per Linked in site)?
- Price-Let’s break this down by employees searching for a job- Free, Premium $24.99 Per Month
- Employers searching for employees -Talent Pro $199 per month, Recruiter $299 Per Month, Recruiter Premium $499 per month
Nexxt was previously known as beyond.com. If you would like to check out the reason for the name change, click here. I would suggest you check it out, honestly.
Back to what is Nexxt. It is a recruitment media company made up of a team of 10 members. I had to look at that twice in order to make sure that is what it said. Doesn’t seem like enough people in order to run a business like this. Who am I though. I could be wrong.
Nexxt has nine human members and one four legged member (the owners dog named Twizzler). Their positions range from CEO to morale (the job title for Twizzler)? I am assuming he is a morale booster?
Nexxt is sort of like a job mediator (a go between). From what I can tell they play both sides of the fence. They work with employers and employees.
They basically try to match employers from 130 different countries from around the world, with the right potential employee in different industries. I will show you what I found when I signed up.
Taking The Plunge-Getting Started
Above is a screenshot of information I was asked to provide. The application is self-explanatory really and seemed to be legit. However I am still wondering about how I was connected to them.
You fill in all the drop down fields. What ever information they want, and you can provide, you want to fill it in. This will be more beneficial to you when they try to match you up with a prospective employer.
I am only doing the basic membership as I was only interested to find out how LEGIT their program was. I did notice that since I was not a paying member all I can do is search jobs.
If you want your resume to be shown first to employers who search the employee resume data base, then you can pay $10.00 and your resume will be featured for 60 days. Even though others might have their resume on file, unless they pay $10.00, it will not get seen unless the employer doing the search doesn’t like what he saw on the resumes of those who did pay.
Being a non-paying member looks like a waste of time unless you pay for the resume to be included, because they claim that they will highlight your resume and put it at the TOP of employers search results. Leaving those of us that don’t at the bottom of the list.
This will explain why I haven’t received any notifications, other than “we are sorry, there are no current job openings”. I have also been given lists of jobs that by no means fit my criteria. I am looking to work from home and they are all in the work place
You would think with the amount that employers have to pay, that only the premium members of Nexxt will have any advantage of getting matched with a job.
The Jobs Start Pouring In-But From Where
I am a little confused on the emails I have been getting from next. They do not have any relevancy to my job title (work from home) that I have on my profile.
As you can see from the picture below, this is definitely not what I have in my profile with them. I scribbled out the location just because it shows the area I live in. It is just precautionary measures.
If I go on my profile I am still getting the ‘Sorry, there are no positions at this time”. So, is this because I am a free member? Or is it that they don’t really have employers who are looking for employees that can work out of their homes?
I am also getting emails from other sites that I definitely did not subscribe to, nor did I even use their site to search for a work from home job. Something fishy is going on here for sure.
OK, here is an update. I have figured out why my jobs aren’t matching what I put in for my job title. Below is a picture that shows two tabs .
As you can see I have underlined some key elements that answer my question about where these jobs were coming from. I guess for those who are OK with not doing a search online for themselves, then this might not be a big deal. But for those that are PAYING nexxt, or that used nexxt thinking they would be getting alerts on a SPECIFIC job title, then this is a big deal.
You can get this information yourself by searching online for the type of job you are looking for, and probably wouldn’t have your email spammed with useless junk.
How Can I Help You
Since I am only getting CRAP emails from this company, and I am getting job related emails from other companies, I find it hard to be able to put in a good word for this company.
I went searching for employee reviews on them so that I might be able to help you in that area.
There were good reviews from clients who it seems used Nexxt in order to find a job. However, most of the reviews were quite short and very similar. Ex. ‘I have been with Nexxt a little over a year, good place to work”.
I seen a few of those. They were all anonymous of course. But there were some that were not so good reviews as well. I would strongly suggest that you do not pay to use this site.
I can not say with 100 % certainty that this site is not legit. What I can say is that if they are being legit about the amount of employers they have that are using their service to find employees, then why are they sending jobs that are all over the internet? Ones that you would find for yourself by doing a search for them.
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