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Best Job Boards To Find Remote Work in 2022

By VIKTOR VINCEJ

June 2, 2022


Remote work is booming. Though it became more prevalent when the pandemic forced many offices to close, work-from-home options have always existed, and there’s a robust ecosystem of remote hiring.

Many job sites focus primarily on in-person employment, so browsing boards that emphasize remote work is helpful.

The following job boards connect employers and employees to create the ideal remote work fit.

We Work Remotely

If you’re not excited by the idea of juggling multiple freelance clients, We Work Remotely might be for you. This site makes it easy to find consistent work from the same company.

The hiring areas are limited, however. Unless you work in one of a few specific fields, you might benefit from a different job board.

Upwork

On Upwork, you create a profile including your skills and experience. Upwork projects are freelance: You bid on individual projects by creating a proposal and stating your price.

The work can be very reliable once you’ve established trust with clients. Just keep in mind that it might take a few tries to get your Upwork profile approved.

Fiverr

Fiverr used to be known for offering only low-paying work, but that’s no longer the case. On some job boards, you set up your resume or portfolio before looking for clients or waiting for them to find you.

On Fiverr, you can offer highly specific services called Gigs, and you get to set your price. Clients browse your Gigs and then purchase the one that suits them.

Freelancer

Freelancer is similar to Upwork but without the sometimes tricky profile approval process. That does, however, mean that Freelancer is a bit like the Wild West.

Compared to Upwork, Freelancer has more scammers pretending to be clients. Careful individuals can still find lots of great jobs.

FlexJobs

FlexJobs specializes in remote and flexible jobs, meaning you can find both fully and partially remote positions. The site includes jobs from over 50 fields. Unlike many other boards, FlexJobs even offers executive-level listings. The FlexJobs team shares information about the companies behind listings so that you can feel confident about whichever business hires you.

LinkedIn

LinkedIn doesn’t focus on remote work, but it’s popular enough that ignoring it is unwise. If you polish up your resume, explicitly state that you’re looking for remote work, and use the site’s excellent search functionality, you might find the remote job of your dreams.

There’s good news for anyone who’s still unsure where to start: It’s easy to use multiple job boards at once! Experiment with numerous sites until you find exactly what you’re looking for.

VIKTOR VINCEJ

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