Where to Look for Remote Jobs
There are various places that are specialized in listing remote jobs, but if you do the research, you’ll find out that most of them are geared towards techies and developers.
Here are the places where you should start looking, saving you both valuable time and effort on your part:
- Dynamite Jobs
- Just Remote
- Working Nomads
If you’re one of the people who are still not sure what jobs you want to do, take some time to do some research and see which types of jobs pop up the most.
See if you can spot some trends, for example, is there a need for developers more than customer service representatives? What are my chances of getting hired if I focus on this type of jobs instead of the other one?
These are all valid questions that we’ll try to answer as we keep going through this course.
One of the best places to start your search for a remote job is Dynamite Jobs. It could very well be your go-to remote job search as it has all the features you would want, and they are very useful.
The website adds more than 100 new remote jobs each week that you can 100% start doing from your home, or wherever you are. The job board is very well curated and the jobs it posts are all remote, and paid, no internships!
You can also benefit from advanced search filters, so you can easily find what you are exactly looking for! Its filters include salary, location, time zones, and some more!
The video covers:
- Where the real remote jobs are
- Best places to find them
- How to be notified when new remote jobs are offered
- and much more