AngelList is a great resource if you’re looking to work in the startup world. AngelList features nearly 20,000 startups with open positions. What’s great is that once you upload your profile, applying is an easy as a click of a button. Job categories include developer, designer, marketing and sales. The site has featured jobs from companies like Yelp, Warby Parker, Instacart and Tinder.
NexRep is a work-from-home contractors dream! This website posts remote contract positions for big big-name clients like Grubhub and Priceline. Most of the positions available are customer service positions. You might not find a huge amount of job listings here, but if the customer service industry is your forte NexRep is the place to look. Nearly all of the positions offer flexible, part-time work schedules, and pay typically starts at $10 an hour.
FlexJobs is different from other remote job finders in a huge way. FlexJobs hand-screens each posting to be sure each company is reputable. So no more to good to be true opportunities and wasted applications for fake companies.
But here’s the catch: To get the full details of a job listing, apply or access other perks (like the skills test), you must sign up for a $14.95-per-month membership. Take a look to see whether you find enough openings relevant to your experience before signing up.
Jobspresso only lists remote jobs, meaning you won’t have to search through the job description and hope that the roles is actually remote. The only catch? Some positions may require you to work in a certain time zone or state. Simply select “Browse Jobs” and either choose all remote jobs or search by a career category.
5. Remote OK
Remote OK is mostly technology-based gigs, but if you’re not in the tech world they do have a few non-tech jobs. Be sure to sign up for daily, weekly or monthly emails or automated updates. You can also follow them on Twitter as Remote OK’s tweets are almost all about job opportunities.