This site focuses exclusively on remote job listings, so simply select your desired category of profession (education, engineering or human resources, among others). Clicking on a job listing will take you directly to the company’s site, where you can apply.
Skip The Drive features full-time, part-time or contract work in a variety of categories including customer service, design, insurance and WordPress development. Once you choose your niche, filter jobs by posting date to avoid reading expired listings.
As a fun bonus, the site helps you calculate how much money and time you’ll save each year by working from home.
Although Virtual Vocations won’t let you apply to many of their listings without signing up they do have some great benefits. As a free user, they will send you frequent emails with free postings that you can then navigate to the companies website and apply. Be sure to click “telecommute from anywhere” in the telecommute status section. This is important to help you avoid jobs that require you to be based in a certain city or region.
This site might not share as many jobs as others, but it hosts some quirky opportunities. Take, for example, The Middle Finger Project’s posting for a “customer service & administrative assistant jungle cat.” Or the one for a men’s dating advice copywriter for Gotham Club. You might get a chuckle reading through some of the listings, but they’re real.
And searching is simple. On the homepage, scroll through to find the appropriate job category, and click to see all listings. Or follow the site on Twitter.
10. Working Nomads