Top 3 Best Websites to Find Remote Jobs
Hey there, it’s Mike Swigunski here and I’m the founder of global career and best-selling author of Global Career: How to Work Anywhere and Travel Forever.
Today I’m going to share my top 3 places with you to find a remote job now. I’m sure there’s a lot of people out there looking to transition to working remotely or just to find a remote job. Maybe you just graduated, and you’re not looking to go the traditional route of an office job, and you want to dive straight into working remotely. Now, these are going to be three great places to start working remotely now. Let’s go ahead and get started.
So the first place I would recommend to get started for finding a non-technical remote job would be our very own job board it’s called globalcareer.io, and this is a free platform for job seekers essentially we’re going to be posting new jobs that are marketing sales customer service copywriting blogging that type of job that you don’t need any sort of development or any type of technical background.
This is going to be a job board that’s free for job seekers, and it’s going to be dedicated to non-technical remote jobs that you can work from anywhere from the comfort of your home, so if you haven’t yet, make sure to head over to global career do and start finding your remote job.
The second place that I always recommend is for people interested in more of a freelancing type of position. Upwork is one of the biggest freelancing websites out there, and you can go ahead and create a profile for free and start applying for jobs. And these jobs are going to vary on any type of skill set you have.
I would say if you’re just getting started off any type of writing portfolio that you can put together, it’s going to be one of the easiest ways to find work. Now there’s a lot of other opportunities out there. I would go ahead and just spend some time researching what path you want to go down, trying to find other people who are kind of where you’re at on the on up work.
I try to replicate and figure out what they’re doing correctly. Having a very good portfolio is going to be hard if you’re just getting started, but you can go ahead and build your own website to create your own content, and that’s something you can easily share with people looking to hire you on Upwork.
The last place is if you’re looking to find another remote job, let’s say you’ve already exhausted the global career do. Another good option out there is the angel list. Hence, if you go to https://angel.co/, it’s another good option and has really good search criteria. Hence, they’re not traditionally all based for remote jobs but what you can do is you can create a really strict filtering system put in the type of job you’re looking for add-in remote, and then you can also adjust the salary range, and that’s one thing I really like about that platform is it allows you to add in the salary options.
If there’s the equity in the startup, always just add in whatever job you’re looking for adding the remote tag for the filter, and that’s going to give you all the remote jobs that are available in the industry you’re looking for now, that was a very fast and informative video I hope you enjoyed I’ll go ahead and link all these resources below but if you have another good resource feel free to leave a comment below if you made it this far, I would really appreciate you liking the video and subscribing for more content surrounding remote work travel and entrepreneurship take care.
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