You have finally decided to try a digital nomad lifestyle (congratulations!) and you know what kind of job you want to do. So, it’s finally time to start looking for those freelance opportunities and remote work. Our guide below is a great way to start!
You probably know this one already as it is the world’s largest online workplace where savvy businesses and professional freelancers go to work. Suitable for all freelancers, from writers to developers.
Are you a content manager, blogger, writer or an editor? If yes, then Problogger is your main destination for finding that ideal writing job. Enjoy! 😉
This website offers full-time and part-time, as well as remote work opportunities in startups and small companies around the world. Most jobs are listed for mobile developers, data scientists, recruiters, analysts, sales & marketing professionals. Additionally, those vacancies come from European companies. So, if you are slow travelling through Berlin/London, we are pretty sure you can find a nice paid internship or part-time job.
World’s best startups are usually hiring on AngelList. Thus, an ideal destination for cool startup and tech jobs.
Best suitable for user acquisition analysts, marketing and content professionals, product managers and more. Worth checking it out!
Great variety of location independent vacancies, from SEO specialists and Social Media Managers to developers and UX designers.
The name says it all 😉 A curated list of remote jobs, for the modern working nomad.
One of the best job boards for all kinds of designers. When searching for opportunities, check the “remote” location on the right side.
Guru is a platform which connects businesses with freelance professionals safely. Suitable for all jobs and industries.
Hubstaff Talent is a 100% free resource for companies looking to find talent across the globe. No fees, no markups, no middlemen, hence, suitable for all types of freelancers.
Idealist is all about connecting people who want to do good. It is a platform where you can find nonprofit, volunteer and NGO opportunities, as well as internships and international development work. Don’t forget to select ‘Remote results only (worldwide)’ in the Location filter.
Another leading job board for designers, hackers, and creative pros. Thus, worth a look!
It might be the biggest collection of remote jobs for digital nomads out there. RemoteOK promises to find you a job you can do anywhere. Many startups like Buffer and Zapier are using this platform. Btw, there are more than 20,950+ opportunities to work anywhere and live everywhere.
This platform requires an application and screening process, but, once you are part of the community, you will get access to top creative jobs from some of the biggest agencies.
Women helping women elevate their careers! Job opportunities, mentorship, workshops and more. IT and non-IT vacancies. Definitely, check it out.
Expertly curated remote jobs in tech, marketing, customer support and more. You can also upload your resume to the database of remote workers.
Beautiful platform and a huge amount of vacancies, many of which you will not find elsewhere. Check out flexible, remote work and work from home pages.
SkipTheDrive is geared towards those seeking remote employment opportunities. These jobs are often referred to as telecommuting, telework, online, virtual, & work-from-home.
Tell us about your experience. Which websites work best for you?