Each minute of our life is a lesson but most of us fail to read it. I thought I would just add my daily lessons & the lessons that I learned by seeing the people around here. So it may be useful for you and as memories for me
Remote work is growing in the coronavirus economy. More and more companies are providing remote opportunities, and many are keen to enjoy the benefits that remote work allows.
Maybe you are looking for a job you can do from home because you are tired of your daily commute or because you want to spend more time with your family. Maybe you want to travel a bit more and that’s why you are looking for a location-independent position. No matter what your reason is, online jobs are more popular than ever before.
Do you want to work remotely and find the best career opportunities? Here are some job websites you might find useful!
This list excludes the most prominent and popular job boards such as LinkedIn, Glassdoor, Flex, ZipRecruiters, Monster, Hired.
- AngelList is very popular for its great list of startup jobs. You can find jobs in all fields, such as finance or engineering. Simply apply the remote filter option to display location-independent positions only.
- Remote.co- A lot of companies seek remote workers here, you can find lot of opportunities here. They also offer advice and best practices for managing remote teams and job listings.
- Working Nomads- It curates remote job opportunities from around the web and compiles them in one place, making it easier for you to find relevant opportunities.
- We Work Remotely- Board for remote jobs, feature job opportunities across various industries, including software development, design, marketing, and more.
- Jobspresso- Best website if you want job opportunities in marketing, design, customer service. They have lot of remote job opportunities.
- Virtual Vocations- It is a board that provides job opportunitues in healthcare, education, marketing sectors.
- Freelancer.com- A platform that connects freelancers with businesses looking for freelance services, allows freelancers to find remote work opportunities.
- SkipTheDrive- A lot of remote job opportunities across software development, customer service, and more similar categories.
- PeoplePerHour- Best platform for freelancers who are looking for clients and want to earn per hour. You can find lot of job opportunities here.
- Guru is a platform that lists location-independent jobs only. They offer a wide range of positions, often focused on web development, content writing or translation.
- Upwork: Freelancing platform where businesses can post projects and freelancers can bid on and work on them. Link- https://www.upwork.com/
- Indeed A platform for finding remote jobs in technology, customer service, sales, and marketing.
- Pangian: This remote job board provides a robust list of remote positions in categories like design, operations, IT/dev, sales, and teaching.
- Dice helps to connect hiring companies and tech professionals. You can search by job title, keyword, company, and – of course – location. Link – https://www.dice.com/
- Gun.io is passionate about connecting highly skilled freelance developers with great clients who appreciate their work.
- Crossover – Crossover is yet another massive recruitment platform that specialises in 100% remote jobs, connecting talented professionals from around the world with companies seeking the best.
- Arc – Arc is unlike traditional job boards, which offer both full-time and freelance opportunities. This remote work community is primarily focused on mid-level to senior developers with specific disciplines
- No Desk is another remote work community. It also has some remote work resources such as articles, blogs, books, and newsletters to help people find their next remote job.
- Remote Woman– It also focuses on remote jobs that female-friendly companies offer with paid parental leave and other perks for women.
- Après is the perfect remote job site for moms who want to have a flexible job. You can find freelance or contract-based jobs here, full-time or part-time ones at startups, media, and tech industries.
- Dribble Jobs is specifically for designers and offers mainly local jobs, but has an extra filter for remote positions, too.
- F6s is a popular website for startup organizations to find their talents. It lets you filter out the remote positions and you can search by equity and compensation.
- Freelancer is one of the most popular remote job sites, which connects freelancers of all kinds to employers. You can either work on a fixed price basis, charge hourly rates or bid and paarticipate in contests
- Freelancermap is a platform where IT professionals and businesses come together. The average project pays about 200 USD and is all about IT.
- Hubstaff Talent is a rather new remote job site, that connects freelancers and businesses for free. Offered jobs are in any field from web development to customer service to content writing.
- Idealist is one of the very few remote job sites, that doesn’t list any tech-related jobs at all. Instead, you can find a great selection of fields like health, youth, or legal assistance.
- Peopleforce is an enterprise crowdsourcing platform that is ideal for freelancers who are interested in data entry, data cleaning, research, and tagging jobs.
- ProZ is probably the world’s largest translator network. It provides a massive choice of translation work for freelancers and is often the first address for professional translators.
- Stack Overflow Careers focuses on programmers. You can explore remote jobs, that are based in a certain area and look up career salaries.
- Werk is a fairly new remote job site that offers flexible work options for women. That can be short-term projects for maternity leaves, job-sharing, or other remote positions.
The list above is not the entire possible list of places you can get dollar-paying remote jobs across the globe. If you have gotten jobs or know people who have gotten jobs from other platforms aside from the ones we have listed above, please indicate them in the comment box.
The key is to stay focused and work hard towards achieving your goals.
If you wanna share your experiences, you can find me online in all your favorite places LinkedIn and Facebook. Shoot me a DM, a tweet, a comment, or whatever works best for you. I’ll be the one trying to figure out how to read books and get better at playing ping pong at the same time.