Landing Remote Jobs | No BS Job Search Advice

Landing remote jobs

Landing Remote Jobs | No BS Job Search Advice

By Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter

‍How to Find Remote Work

It is getting harder to find remote jobs that not only pay well, but also give you ample opportunities for growth. Remote jobs offer a great deal of advantages, but finding them can be challenging. The good news is that there are numerous ways to increase your chances of landing a remote job. Here are some tips on how you can land your ideal remote job from anywhere and at any time.

Stay up to date on remote job market trends

The remote job market and trends change over time, and it is important to stay up to date with what remote employers are looking for. This will give you a competitive advantage and help you position yourself as the right person for any remote job opportunities that become available. This year, the freelance market is expected to reach $950 billion globally. This means that remote job opportunities are likely to continue increase as companies increasingly turn to remote workers to cut costs and remain competitive.

Use remote job boards

Remote job boards are a great place to start your remote job search. They often advertise remote job opportunities that benefit from a global, distributed team. You can find remote job boards online that specialize in certain industries or positions, such as marketing, content writing, software engineering, or customer support. Remote job boards have a few advantages over general job boards. The most obvious is that the jobs are remote. Though this may sound like a given, it’s easy to forget in the process of searching for jobs. Remote job boards also have a built-in focus on distributed teams. This means you’re much more likely to find remote jobs that are open to hiring globally, which is an important consideration for remote workers. LinkedIn has an remote work option in its drop down menu when you search for jobs.

Networking: your best bet for remote jobs

Networking and making connections is always a great way to find remote jobs, but it is especially important if you want to land a remote job. The best way to network for remote jobs is to attend remote job fairs, workshops, or conferences. Find conferences that are relevant to your skillset and interests. You can use Google to find events in your area or remotely. You can also join remote worker communities, like RemoteWorkers, to connect with other people who are seeking remote jobs.

Contact recruiters

Another way to find remote jobs is through recruiters. Recruiters have access to a large number of job postings and hiring managers, which means you have a greater chance of getting noticed compared to if you apply directly to job postings. Remote job recruiters often specialize in specific industries or types of jobs. You can find recruiters online by doing a general search for “remote job recruiters” or “remote hiring managers”. You can also find recruiters at conferences or events that are relevant to your industry. Once you’ve identified remote job recruiters, it’s important to make sure that you follow up and stay in touch with them.

Find remote jobs on freelance marketplaces

Freelance marketplaces such as Upwork, Remote, Freelancer, Fiverr and Toptal are another great place to find remote jobs. These websites allow companies to post remote job openings and freelancers to apply remotely. Remote job openings on freelance marketplaces are often among the highest paying remote jobs. This is because companies that post on these platforms typically have very specific requirements for the job, which means they are willing to pay a higher rate for it.

Remote job fairs and workshops

Remote job fairs and workshops are another way to find remote jobs, and they also offer a great opportunity to network with other remote workers. Remote job fairs are often organized by groups such as Remote Company, Remote Works, or Top Remote. There are also a number of conferences that focus on remote work. Remote job fairs and workshops are a great place to connect with remote employers and network with remote workers, which makes them an excellent place to find remote jobs.

The Bottom Line

Remote jobs are an increasingly popular and viable option for people who want to work from home or abroad. To make the most of this growing market, it is important to stay up to date on remote job market trends, use remote job boards, network, and attend remote job fairs and workshops. The best way to find remote jobs is through recruiters, freelance marketplaces, and networking.


Ⓒ The Big Game Hunter, Inc., Asheville, NC 2022 

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Jeff Altman, The Big Game HunterJeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter is a coach who worked as a recruiter for what seems like one hundred years. His work involves career coaching, as well as executive job search coaching, job coaching, and interview coaching. He is the host of “No BS Job Search Advice Radio,” the #1 podcast in iTunes for job search with over 2300 episodes.

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