More and more people are starting to change their lifestyle by leaving their 9 to 5 jobs and getting a location independent job.
Why commute and be stuck in traffic if you can work at the comfort of your own home or bring your laptop to a cozy coffee shop with a fast internet connection?
Freelancers support themselves financially with their remote jobs while following their passion and doing what they love. I started freelancing in 2012 and I enjoyed the freedom of working from anywhere.
Sometimes I miss being in an office and working with my teammates but having a flexible job is still way better than a desk job because you have control over your life.
But how do we get the best remote job? Easy. I curated 10 best sites for my fellow digital nomads to earn money online while doing what you love.
We Work Remotely is a popular site that has an all-in-one resource for finding remote jobs. They connect their members with positions in companies with no geographic boundaries.
Work from home jobs from programming to customer support, to management jobs. “Office not required” tags are pretty common on their job postings. We Work Remotely provides a link to the employer so you can send your Cover Letter and Resume directly with the potential employer.
Flexjobs has been around for over 12 years now. It’s a great site for freelancers looking for part-time, professional remote, and best flexible job opportunities.
They have over 50+ job categories that are well-organized. What’s nice with Flexjobs is that they hand-screened every job postings to make sure it’s legit. They are 32,826 flexible job postings on their website right now.
ProBlogger is a great site for content writers and bloggers to get a remote job for various companies. They update their job board daily with fresh blog writing jobs, copyrighting services, freelance writing jobs and more.
With ProBlogger, jobs listed can be filtered as per position level, type, and industry. You can also select the duration of work or contract.
Virtual Vocations job board has over 10,000+ telecommuting jobs in their site. They feature remote jobs from technical writers to paralegals. In addition to that, Virtual Vocations screen the jobs first before they post it on the platform.
They also give some job search tips like “How to Research a Company Before an Interview” or “8 Employee Benefits to Consider When Applying for New Remote Jobs”
One of the largest job boards online today. I’m sure you’ve heard of this site before. They have a wide selection of remote jobs to choose from because they pull data around the world to bring jobs together. Each job postings fall under categories by salary, location, type, company name, and experience level.
Simply type in “remote” in the search box to find the job you like.
“The World’s Largest Outsourcing Marketplace”. It’s an Australia-based company that offers clients and businesses to post remote jobs which freelancers can bid for. Freelancers can bid for 8 projects per month but you can always upgrade to paid membership plans that allow you to have bigger bidding allowance.
Skip the costly morning commute by getting a work-from-home job. Skip the Drive simplifies the process of finding remote jobs. They have great features where you can track your job applications, get tips and tricks on how to land a job, and finding the best company that fits you. You don’t have to register to search for a job, they got you covered.
Monster host a number of remote jobs. There are plenty of options to choose from so you can get the best job, best employers, and career advice. To find a remote job on Monster, scroll all the way down and select “Popular job titles” under that click on “Work From Home Jobs”. It will bring you to a page where you can apply for remote jobs– it’s easy.
1.) No more stressful commute. No more traffic during rush hour. You can just get up from your bed then take a shower and walk to your desk. You can do a 30-minute exercise before you go over your desk if you like. You have more time for yourself.
2.) Work anywhere. You can literally work anywhere you like as long as there’s an internet connection. You can be in a beach resort sipping that cup of coffee while working on your laptop. You can go to another country and spend your dollars in another currency. You’re limitless.
3.) Your own schedule. You can work when you want to because no one is watching. Just as long as you deliver your work on time, then you will have no problem juggling your own schedule. This depends on your job function of course.
4.) Office stress. No office drama and politics. You can work without any distractions because you don’t work with anyone and dropping by your desk.
5.) More family time. Because of flexibility with remote jobs, you can spend more quality time with family, pets, and friends. You can hang out with them more often and it’s great for your mental health.
KT is a digital nomad who quit her job, bought a ticket somewhere, got a tan, fell in love with mother nature and she would never return to the normal life that society dictates. You can also connect with her on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @pinaynomad