20 Remote Job Site You Need to Know to Start an Online Earning

Remote Work

Many of us like formal 9 to 5 offices, where many prefer it flexible. They prefer work from home. Actually, according to statistics remote workers are usually more actively involved and productive than office workers. Even I have a remote work team that works along with my JMustafa formal office team. Their combination is better than ever. Also, due to the Covid-19 situation, remote working is on the rise for some time now. So, you should focus on this.

Becoming a remote worker doesn’t really mean you will pigeonhole yourself in a particular role. We work in the internet age. Your work just needs to be completely digital. Sift through sites that mention only remote works while searching a job. Below mentioned are some common remote roles you can find on the websites:

  • Accounting
  • Consulting
  • Customer Service
  • Customer Support
  • Copywriting
  • Data Science
  • Design
  • Editing
  • Healthcare
  • IT
  • Marketing
  • Project Management
  • Podcaster
  • Quality Analyst (QA)
  • Recruiting & HR
  • Sales
  • Software Development
  • Teacher/Tutor
  • Transcription
  • Virtual Assistant
  • Writing

When it comes to landing a flexible job I scoured the web for the very best work search sites there. If you’re a job seeker, all you need to do is search the pages to get you the best remote work. Whether you are a project manager or an entry-level graphic designer, here I’m putting a list of websites where you can find remote recruiting companies for your job.

Remote-Work Specific

#01 We Work Remotely

This remote work board is a good catch-all of remote jobs from customer service to programming to software engineering. With the catchy “Office not required” subtag, and the 37Signals brand cache behind it, this platform is sure to host remote opportunities at some of the hottest tech firms.

#02 Remote.co

If you are considering working as a professional freelancer, then you can definitely go for Remote.co. This site will teach you practical steps to land your first client and begin to build your business.

#03 Upwork

Upwork is a popular option for freelancers looking for additional cash or even full time remote work. This site provides safe payment options, not to mention a vast array of competitively priced professional freelancers. Microsoft, Cisco and Mozilla are only a handful of the companies hiring Upwork contract employees. Also, easier to access than most other freelancing sites. I wrote a blog about Upwork a few days back. Attaching it here for your help. https://jmustafa.com/step-by-step-guide-for-your-better-upwork-experience/

#04 Remotive

Remotive is a weekly newsletter for remote employees, as well as a career board with engineering, marketing, product, service, sales, and human resources positions. The site is rapidly growing — they have recently launched their blog page and have plans for a digital remote work group. And you might check their incredible resources, like this one:  Productive Remote Worker Toolkit.

#05 Staff.com

Instead of working on contract employment, Staff.com primarily features long-term telecommuting remote work. They cover a vast range from consumer service to programming.   Select to work either 80 hours per month (part-time) or 160 hours per month (full-time), and the site recruiters begin to match you with employers. Basically, you’ll get the flavor of a formal job with flexible timing.

Tech based 

#06 PowerToFly

This latest site is a freelancer’s dream come true.  PowerToFly focuses on connecting women with work-from-anywhere jobs in tech. Join the talent pool, go through the screening process and get selected for a “Free trial,” a 2-4 week evaluation period to make sure it suits you and your boss well. So, if you’re a Bangladeshi female freelancer, this is a very good remote-work option for you.

#07 Dribble

Dribble is a fantastic place for graphic designers to find their next gig. There’s a location tab in their site right at the top where you can press “remote friendly” and go to the races where you’ll find your next remote work gig. It also allows you to work with their dedicated team remotely, and to attend interviews with some of the top companies in the world.

#08 Authentic Jobs

This work site is for Web professionals in particular. Simply press the “wireless logo” (you will know it) and browse through remote work. Beautifully built and easy to use, just as you would imagine creatives and developers from a work board!

#09 Stack Overflow

For many top tech talent, especially web developers, Stack Overflow is a go-to jobs board. Fill in the location field “remote” and you’ll put up a list of over 2,000 remote works that perfectly fit the bill.

#10 AngelList

Always dreamed of working for startups, but don’t live near a startup hub ? Now, travel over to AngelList, a popular startup career website. Click on “Job Type” and select “Remote OK” to search for a job in AngelList. Remote work is good for both clients and freelancers. The startup owner may not be able to hire a full timer. At the same time the freelancer is getting multiple  jobs with good payment and flexibility. 

Contractual Freelancing

#11 Fiverr

Fiverr is an awesome site to find your first gigs and create a portfolio Quickly with jobs starting at just $5 a Pop. The platform focuses on “gigs” or “micro-jobs,” such as editing a image in photoshop, creating a Facebook commercial, or brainstorming SEO rank-worthy titles for the post. Fiverr is a great place for remote work and it’s accessible with basic skills. It’s one of the most popular freelancing website among Bangladeshis. 

#12 SkillBridge

The SkillBridge model, based on linking top-tier former consultants with short-term commitments for high-impact companies, takes the conventional consulting world by storm. As a consultant, sometimes you can concentrate on remote work and only on projects you are passionate about. Even I’ve worked on some top notch projects through SkillBridge as a consultant. So why not you?

#13 Freelancer.com

Claiming to be “The world’s largest platform for outsourcing,” Freelancer.com is full of remote work gigs. It features works for PHP developers, content writers and web designers alike, with over 13 million users. Create a profile, and bid for work! You can be a premium member by paying a small amount for getting better deals. You must have an international card as this site doesn’t support any Bangladeshi local payment service.

#14 oDesk

ODesk has remote work in the categories: from virtual assistants to mobile device developers. A little bit more to sweeten the deal: oDesk reports that more than 1 million companies, from Pinterest to OpenTable, are recruiting remote freelancers using their site. 

#15 Freelancermap.com

Look for thousands of IT projects that prefer remote work, and almost always contract. This site has a wide scope all over the world! They link freelancers with companies that aim to recruit them directly, without ever taking a share of the earnings from freelancers. So it’s a great commission free site for freelancers.


#16 The Muse

With a stunning user interface and fun-to-explore details about all the businesses and jobs they cover, The Muse makes it easy to search the remote work for ‘the one’. Whether you’re looking for content marketing or web development. Every year more than 75 million people trust The Muse to help them grow in the job, from professional development and skill building to finding a job.

#17 Idealist

Many have always wanted to focus on African public health, or Indian economic growth. But they weren’t ready to uproot their friends, family, and country. They’ve wanted something which allows remote work. Idealist.org has chances for you. Please select “personal” in the location category to filter all your searches.

#18 Indeed

One of the most diverse work boards you can find, Yes, to put together jobs, you pull data from across the internet and from around the world. Including marketing managers to a “Software Productivity Consultant,” the 2K+ remote work opportunities for Indeed are running the spectrum.

#19 Career Builder

The Career Builder Jobs app is America’s biggest online job website! Use “telecommute” or “remote” as a keyword and find brands like Forever 21 Inc, Xerox, and Univision for more than 9 K part-time, contract, and full-time work. Their website is always updated. As you can see they’re offering jobs allowing your remote work during this pandemic.

#20 Monster

This is the first name you think of when you hear the words “job board”. Literally, Monster hosts a range of remote work opportunities. There are plenty of options from online customer service services to online sales representatives, if you’re willing to sift.