Hello F22 Crew!
Are you dying to explore the unknown, but your bank account is tying you to a typical 9-5 job? In this day and age more and more companies are looking for freelancers, or hiring 100% remote workers to keep up with #digitalnomad lifestyle. Even if you don’t want to travel the world, and would rather just spend more time with the little ones, checking out a job board for freelancers can open up your possibilities!
- Upwork.com: Upwork is one of the largest freelancing platforms and manages over $1 billion worth of freelance jobs. Upwork charges 20% for the first $500 billed and 10% for freelancers who bill over $500. You can search by keyword, and even narrow down the results by how many other freelancers have applied, how many people the employer has hired, payment rates etc. I’ve used Upwork as a freelancer and as an employer and have had very good results! I recommend this if you don’t mind sifting through jobs, and paying a small fee for applying.
- Remote.co: Remote.co partners with companies looking to hire remote workers. This is a great tool if you are looking for more structured remote jobs with approved companies to get your remote career started.
- Flexjobs.com: Flexjobs offers a variety of remote jobs, from part-time to full-time, entry-level to executive, there are roles available for all levels. They also offer job search resources like one-on-one career coaching and skills tests for a monthly membership fee as low as $14. I personally love Flexjobs because it’s updated almost daily!
- Fiverr: Fiverr is an online marketplace freelance services mostly catered to freelancers in creative roles, such as graphic design, writing, music, and programming. It’s free to join however there is a 20% fee that goes to Fivverr.
- Solidgigs: On the daily, SolidGigs handpicks quality jobs from nearly 100 job posting sites thus saving you the time and energy to qualify leads. SolidGigs has supplied gigs from companies like Dribbble, WordPress, Invision, Buzzfeed, and many more!
- Remotive: Remotive hosts over 25,000 freelance workers in various tech-related start up jobs. This is a great source for those looking to work in a start-up environment with lots of opportunities.
- Travel Massive : Calling all global gnomads! Travel Massive is a large network of founders, leaders, and creators in the travel industry. There are hundreds of remote opportunities from travel blogging to travel consulting provied on their platforms. Check it out if you love travel, tourism, and remote working.
- Remoters: Remoters is an online community and marketplace for remote workers looking for jobs and housing! A win win for global nomads seeking to connect with other remote workers, find meaningful employment, and to find networking opportunities in their areas.
- WorkingNomads: WorkingNomads connects professionals with exciting remote positions through daily or weekly email newsletters curated for your skills and experience.
- AuthenticJobs: AuthenticJobs is geared for designers, developers, and creatives. Users have found remote jobs at Apple, Facebook, ESPN, Este Laudeer, and more similar innovative companies.
- Idealist: Idealist connects people who want to do good with like-minded organizations.There are over 100,000 organizations and 1.4 million monthly visitors.