Here is a list of top remote work websites where you can find remote job/work.Predicted that 60% of office-based employees will regularly work from home by 2022.


Only Remote-Work Websites

  1. FlexJobs

FlexJobs has over 50 career categories, with jobs ranging from freelance to full-time, entry-level to executive. The best part? They screen the jobs before posting, so you don’t have to dig through shady opportunities. The site currently hosts more than 20K job listings! 


  1. We Work Remotely

This job board is a catch-all of remote jobs from customer service to web design to programming. With the catchy subtag “Office not required,” and the cache of the 37Signals brand behind it, this site is sure to host remote opportunities at some of the hottest tech companies.


  1. Working Nomads

WorkingNomads delivers a great list of remote jobs right to your inbox. Choose daily or weekly emails to make the remote job search come to you.



Instead of focusing on contract jobs, features primarily long-term telecommuting jobs in a range of industries from personal assistants to programming.


  1. Skip The Drive

With a great name, a great resources tab (listing authors to follow and sites to check for help in the remote job world), and a decent listing of remote jobs, this site is true to its eponymous mission. Use what the site provides, you can completely skip that ugly morning commute.


  1. Virtual Vocations

Only telecommuting jobs from technical writers to paralegals. Started by a stay-at-home mom frustrated with the job search for legitimate remote jobs.


Technology Remote Work

  1. Stack Overflow

Stack Overflow is a go-to jobs board for many top tech talents, especially web developers. Type in “remote” in the location field.


  1. Authentic Jobs

The job board for web professionals. Just click the “wireless logo” (you’ll recognize it) and filter by remote jobs.


  1. Dribble

Dribble is a great site for designers to find their next gig. There’s a location tab right on top where you can click “remote / anywhere”.


  1. AngelList

Always dreamed of working for a startup, but don’t live in a startup city hub? Head over to AngelList, a top site for startup jobs. When you search for a job on AngelList, click on “Job Type” and choose “Remote OK.”


  1. Ruby Now

A job board entirely dedicated to Ruby developers.


Freelance More Than Contract

What is freelancing?

  1. SkillBridge

Focused on connecting top-tier former consultants with short-term engagements for high impact corporations, the SkillBridge model is taking the traditional consulting world by storm.


  1. oDesk

oDesk features remote jobs in a suite of categories: from virtual assistants to mobile app developers.


  1. Guru

Guru allows freelancers to build profiles with portfolios of work. Employers find your profile or search/apply for jobs.


  1. Elance

More than 300K programmers and more than 200K designers use Elance to connect with remote job opportunities. Microsoft, Cisco, and Mozilla are just a few of the companies hiring contract workers on Elance.



Claiming to be “The World’s Largest Outsourcing Marketplace,” is chock full of remote freelancing gigs. With over 13 million users, it features jobs for PHP developers, content writers, and web designers alike.



Search thousands of IT projects that are remote, and almost always contract.


  1. The Muse

With a gorgeous user interface and fun-to-explore information about all the companies and jobs they feature, The Muse makes the job search easy.


  1. Idealist

For those who have always wanted to work on public health in Africa or economic development in India, but weren’t willing to uproot from your friends, family, and country, has the opportunities for you.


  1. Career Builder

The Career Builder jobs site is the largest online employment website in the United States! Type in “telecommute” or “remote” as a keyword. Note: The website has reported some errors recently so we have removed its link.