Did you lose your job? Are you getting tired of your current job and looking for another? Or just want to see what your options are?
Given that we expect many Americans to, unfortunately, lose their jobs over the coming months and years due to an economic downturn, we thought it would be helpful (even necessary) to put together a comprehensive directory of websites where users can search for and find remote jobs online.
Remote jobs are great because, whether or not you want to work remotely, they can greatly increase your prospects at landing a new job without requiring that you move away from your current home.
Below is a list that we've vetted for quality. If you have some to add, please mention them in the comments below.
- 4 Day Work Week: engineering, marketing, sales, HR
- AngelList: design, development, marketing
- Career Vault: multiple industries
- Dribbble: graphic design
- Flexible Practitioners: education
- FlexJobs: multiple industries, regular and freelance
- FreshRemote.work: multiple industries
- Himalayas: multiple industries
- Hire My Mom: multiple industries
- Indeed: multiple industries, also non-remote jobs
- JS Remotely: development
- Landing.Jobs: engineering
- LinkedIn: multiple industries
- NoDesk: multiple industries
- Outsourcely: multiple industries, regular and freelance
- ProBlogger: writing
- Remote3: Web3 jobs
- Remote Age: multiple industries
- Remote.co: multiple industries
- Remote Customer Service Jobs: customer service
- Remote Marketing Jobs: marketing
- Remote Game Jobs: engineering and design
- Remote.io: multiple industries
- Remote.jobs: multiple industries
- Remote Job Hunt Buddy: multiple industries
- RemoteJobs.ninja: multiple industries
- Remote Leaf: multiple industries, but you have to pay to sign up
- Remote OK: multiple industries
- Remote Tech Jobs: engineering
- Remotive: multiple industries
- Search Remotely: multiple industries
- UsEnduring: multiple industries
- We Work Remotely: multiple industries
- Working Nomads: multiple industries
- Write Jobs: writing
- ZipRecruiter: multiple industries
- Zobjobs: multiple industries
And a few different job solutions:
- Fiverr: freelance design, development and marketing
- Freelancer: freelance design and development
- Job Board List: a curated list of job boards
- NoCommute: subscribe to get remote jobs sent to your inbox
- Reddit r/RemoteJobs: multiple industries, discussion
- Triplebyte: freelance engineering
- @remote_from: Twitter account that posts all sorts of remote jobs and websites
- #remotejob: Search the Twitter hashtag #remotejob
- Upwork: freelance design, development and marketing
If the list above is too overwhelming, I'd recommend starting with Indeed, LinkedIn and ZipRecruiter. It's likely that you'll find your next job on one of these platforms since they're the largest and most well-established.
Additionally, most of the platforms above let you create job profiles that employers can browse and search. Even if you're thinking you likely won't browse through all of a platform's jobs, consider at least creating a profile so that interested employers can reach out to you!
Don't be annoyed by recruiters reaching out to you. Sure, many of the jobs they ask you about are ones you wouldn't be interested in, but it's possible (and happens often) that one of them might be your next dream job.
What job boards would you recommend? Or have you had any experience (good or bad) with those listed above?
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