Top 24 Remote Job Boards To Check Out

The idea of working remotely has been growing at an incredible pace since last year. Google Trends reveals how more and more people have been looking for opportunities to work remotely well before the pandemic started. In fact, the number has been steadily growing for the past ten years.

On top of that, according to a study by Buffer, 99 percent of people surveyed would prefer to work remotely some of the time. That study revealed that many people were drawn to remote jobs due to the flexible schedule and opportunities to spend more time with family.

Paired up with this pandemic that caused an economic recession, massive layoffs, and the risk of catching a deadly virus, it’s no surprise that these positions are on everyone’s radar at this point.

But the big question now is where in the world should you start looking? Because as much as remote work is nice, there are all kinds of websites out there that are looking for specific niches of people.

Well don’t worry so much about that, as this is what this list is all about. Below, we’ve compiled a list of 24 job boards that offer remote work to people. Whether you’re a teacher, virtual assistant, web designer, writer, or have any kind of other career, we believe this list covers a good portion of job positions for a wide group of people.

 

General Remote Job Boards

Starting off this list, we’ll be covering some general remote job boards. These boards focus particularly on remote work exclusively. Whether it’s quick projects or long-term remote work, these boards provide various jobs that cover a lot of fields.

  • FlexJobs is the first on our list and covers over 50 job categories featuring telecommute and remote work at every career stage. Work could be a project one, part-time jobs, or full-time employment. The site is also good as it allows screening the jobs before they’re posted, ensuring only high quality jobs are posted.
  • Just Remote provides a simple and intuitive search page where you can quickly search for work. You can also look for work in specific countries as well. Positions can either be permanent or contract-based.
  • We Work Remotely claims to have the largest remote work community getting over 2.5 million visitors every month. Unlike other remote work sites, this site is used by several big-name companies like Google, Amazon, and Basecamp, allowing you a chance to work with some of the larger companies in various industries.
  • remote.co was founded by Sara Sutton, the same founder and CEO of FlexJobs. The only difference between this platform and the other is that it doesn’t show telecommute or location-based work from home jobs. The site is more focused on deeper searching, allowing you to look at various categories and also job qualities like entry-level, freelance, high-paying, or part-time work.
  • Virtual Vocations is the next one on the list. It operates within the US and is family-owned too. The site showcases 41 different categories and provides work within the US. One other clear advantage with this site is that it provides professional resumé services and a blog that offers a ton of advice.
  • Working Nomads is operated by a pair of digital nomads who travel and work remotely at the same time. This site curates lists of interesting remote work available. A lot of the work is focused on web development, but there are other categories that cover things like marketing, management, sales, and design.
  • Pangian is a site devoted to “transcending geographical boundaries”. It aims to do this by connecting people with companies that offer remote opportunities. The site offers a robust list for jobs in design, operations, IT/dev, sales, and teaching.
  • Remotive operates not just as a job board, but also as a community and newsletter with a comprehensive list of remote positions. Not only that, but the positions offered are hand-picked, meaning these are well worth your time.
  • Remote OK is another one of the best job sites to consider. It tags all of its remote jobs with convenient labels to ensure easier searching. You can also search by job type and experience level.
  • Skip the Drive is a site that aims to simplify the process of finding remote work online. It covers 31 categories and provides helpful resources such as a job application tracking tool.
  • Jobspresso is one of the many established remote work job boards that’s trusted by many of the top startups and remote companies in the world. They offer jobs from WordPress, Zapier, and Trello to name a few. Beyond that, they have remote positions in tech, customer support, marketing, and many more. A lot of the work is US-based, but there are also those positions that allow you to work from anywhere.
  • EuropeRemotely is the final general job board on the list and as the name suggests, it’s for remote jobs based in Europe. The jobs cover programming, marketing, sales, design, and customer support. Even though it’s for Europeans, this could be a possible opportunity if you’re fine with working in the European time zones.