Starting a Nomad life and leaving the traditional 9-5 can be daunting. But to help you get started, here are 7 websites where you can find remote work and live the lifestyle you want.
Upwork is where most Filipinos get their online gigs/jobs. There are various projects listed on the site from different parts of the world. There are projects on web and mobile app development, SEO, social media marketing, content writing, graphic design and admin help, to name a few.
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Working Nomads curates lists the most interesting remote job offers in many professional career areas. Here you can find newly updated job postings every day in many different areas such development, management, marketing, design, sales and so on.
Here you can find a list of job skills that companies are looking for from the site: Click Me.
This was born because the founder didn’t want to commute to an office every day – much like all of us who’ve started working at home. SkipTheDrive is a niche site, and as a result, they only display jobs that are relevant to telecommuting. Though there are other telecommuting job sites on the web, they’re free for job seekers and require no registration. Their jobs are listed in real time and offer opportunities that range from part time to full time.
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Flexible jobs are the entire focus of Flexjobs’ job board. And every flexible job they post is first vetted by a real person who spends as much as 30 minutes per job making sure it meets their rigorous criteria. While FlexJobs offers a wide variety of free job-related information, to access the full job listings in their current database you have to be a paid member.
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5. Remote OK
Remote OK claims that they are the largest collection of Remote Jobs for Digital Nomads online. Here you’ll find a job you can do anywhere at Remote Companies like Buffer, Zapier and Automattic. There are 27,650+ jobs that allow you to work anywhere and live everywhere – Software Engineer, DevOps Engineer, Full Stack Developer, Front End Developer, Web Developer, Software Developer, Android Developer, iOS Developer, User Interface User Experience Designer and Frontend Developer to name a few.
Jobspresso is where you may find high-quality remote jobs in tech, marketing, customer support and more. According to their website, 100% of their jobs are hand-picked, manually reviewed and expertly curated.
On Workew, you can find remote jobs for long-term projects with more stable income or salary posted by companies who want to build a distributed workforce, whereas in platforms like Upwork or Freelancer most of the jobs posted are small tasks or short-term projects with no continuation. It is also free for job seekers.
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Is there a site you use that isn’t listed above? Let me know in the comments below and help fellow readers find the perfect resource for their future Remote Working Plan!