Where to Find Work from Home Jobs
From fully remote companies to roles that have become work-from-home jobs during the pandemic, more and more people are working remotely.
Some employers who historically had an on-site workforce have embraced employees working from home most or all of the time. Others have already implemented or announced plans for a return to the office.
Perhaps you’ve been working from home and want to continue doing so. Or maybe you’ve already returned to work and found working from home suits you better. In either case, finding a new job that is remote by design might be your best solution for job satisfaction and work-life balance.
Work from Home Websites
There are several websites specializing in remote job listings that will help with your search. There are also general employment sites that have large work at home sections. Here are 11 of the best work from home sites for finding remote work:
LinkedIn is probably the most well-known networking site for professionals. It’s also becoming one of the first places people start when looking for a new job.
You can search for remote jobs on LinkedIn by clicking the Jobs icon at the top of your LinkedIn homepage. There is a filter option you can use for displaying only remote jobs that fit your criteria.
FlexJobs is a well-established site featuring remote opportunities that allow flexible schedules. The jobs are curated by the FlexJobs staff, so you can be sure you’re not responding to the latest work from home scam.
Positions span over 50 fields from entry-level up to C-level. There are full-time and part-time jobs available. The site is not free, but you can sign up for a one-week trial for $9.95.
3. Virtual Vocations
Virtual Vocations is a remote job website for finding work with U.S.-based companies. Jobs are hand-screened and new opportunities are posted every day.
There is a free option, which allows viewing job summaries and applying for a limited number of jobs. Paid subscribers get full access to the remote jobs database along with additional resources to help with your job search. Subscriptions start at $15.99 per month.
4. Dynamite Jobs
Dynamite Jobs only features jobs from companies with 100% remote cultures. Listings are vetted by the staff and there are many jobs from startups and smaller companies. You can also create a free profile on the site, which allows hiring managers to find you.
Remote.co is a remote job website founded by Sara Sutton, who is also the founder of FlexJobs. Remote.co is a good website for finding work-from-home jobs, though the search filters are a bit lacking. The site also offers career coaching, resume review services, and online courses all aimed at remote workers.
If you’ve ever looked for a job online, you have probably come across Indeed.com. It is one of the most popular sites for finding work.
The site has a dedicated section for remote positions. You can filter by date posted, hourly wage range, job type, location, company, and experience level.
7. We Work Remotely
We Work Remotely is a popular remote jobs board with 150+ remote jobs added every week. There are jobs in programming, sales, marketing, customer support, and more. The search feature is very basic, so you might have an easier time finding a suitable opportunity via the Categories dropdown menu.
While AngelList has local jobs as well as remote positions, they also have remote jobs with startups you won’t find anywhere else. The available work skews toward experienced professionals in technical fields. If you have the tech skills and want to work from home for a startup, AngelList makes a good first stop for seeking employment.
9. Working Nomads
Working Nomads is a remote job board targeting digital nomads and others seeking location-independent work. You can also sign up for job alerts delivered to your inbox. When you sign up for the email alerts, you can customize the updates by job category, email frequency, position type, or keyword.
Software and web developer positions are well represented on RemoteOK. There are non-tech jobs available, mostly in sales, marketing, and customer support. There is also a directory for remote workers who want to be found by potential employers.
Jobspresso is a curated job platform that posts a few new remote jobs per week. There are not as many job listings as other work-at-home job sites, but the ones that do appear are hand-picked. They display ads on the site, which can be distracting for job seekers.
Other Work From Home Opportunities
If you’re currently not working or are looking to make money from home on the side, consider freelancing. There are plenty of opportunities for freelancers across a wide range of fields. If you have in-demand skills, there are likely remote jobs available.
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