Congratulations! You’ve made a decision to go remote but now you’re asking “where do I find a remote job?” No worries, TouristyAF has got you covered! Just in case you’re reading this and still feel unsure if you should go remote, I’ve put together 8 reasons why you should work remotely here.
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Guess what? Remote jobs have become available now more than ever. So let’s just get to it yeah. Below is a list of resources to help you find your next remote job. Some conventional, some not. All used by me and thousands of remote workers. Happy job hunting!
Best Sites for Finding Remote Jobs
PowerToFly is a great remote job board if you’re a female in tech or looking to break barriers in the tech industry. You will find everything from marketing, web development and more. They specialize in matching their talent database with great companies and jobs that are remote and work-from-home friendly.
Remote Ok is a remote workers (or future workers) dream. You can sign up to their email list and receive daily or weekly job listings based on your skillset and preferences. You can select from entry level, junior level and even senior level positions.
Are you looking to work at a startup? There’s a number of great benefits like equity in the company. AngelList is your best source for remote jobs in startups. Find over 2 million startup job opportunities including smaller to bigger companies.
Pangian is one of the fastest growing remote work communities globally. They connect you with reputable remote companies around the world. Plus they have a lot of great resources from resume building to one-on-one remote work help.
We Work Remotely
We Work Remotely is an easy to navigate remote job board that has positions in customer support to copywriting and more. You’ll be sure to find a great amount of options here and can even pick from contracted positions to full-time based on what you’re looking for.
Another great and easty to nativate job board is Remote.Co. You will find different positions in various industries including healthcare, teaching, sales, IT, legal and many more. This one is definitely a great one for all industries.
Did you know LinkedIn has a remote option? You can find thousands of remote positions in LinkedIn fast. Just search your ideal position with the keyword remote in it e.g. ‘remote digital marketing manager’. You can also choose remote based jobs only in your preferences.
Indeed is a popular job board but many don’t associate it with remote positions. That’s because you have to enter the word remote in your search query. Similar to LinkedIn, when you’re typing your ideal position, just enter the word remote in front of it.
Often associated as a freelancer tool, Upwork is a great resource for full-time non-contract remote jobs too. Since Upwork is for freelancers, all positions or contracts should be remote. Companies will often post positions in search of talent that can work directly for them outside the platform.
Bet you didn’t see this one coming? Seriously, Craigslist is a great tool. All you have to do is go to their job forum, select the industry you prefer and in the search bar enter remote. It will filter all job postings that are specifically remote.
So give all the above a try and best of wishes on your remote job search.
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