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3 articles about how to find a remote job from sites like business.com, doist.com and ryrob.com mentioning remote companies like Doist last posted 1 week ago

4 Ways to Find the Perfect Remote Job

"Tailor each resume to the job listing"

So true! I've heard from a lot of remote companies that they receive mostly general resumes. Like hunderds and hunderds of general resumes. When you build a resume for this particular team and job you're trying to get, there's a lot more chance to stand out. They see that you're really interested in their company!

"When looking for one it is important to find a position that is a good fit for you."

Yep, and this is why RemoteHub is building a list of remote companies and remote jobs that can be searched by different factors like benefits, engineering culture, current remote team location and more.

"Search in the right places"

Great resources (although RemoteHub is missing! hah!)

How to Ask to Work From Home (With Exact Scripts & Email Templates)

Yep, when thinking about starting to work remotely and you like your job, it's a good idea to convince your boss to let you work from home.

Prepare your reasons and ask nicely. You can always start with one day a week and grow this to maybe 100% remote.

Doist, who is one of the leading remote companies, gives here a lot of good tips and there's even email templates that you can copy-paste.

60 Best Remote Jobs Websites to Find a Great Remote Job in 2019

Ryan has done a great homework on this. It's a long list of websites with remote jobs. There's a screenshot and description for each of the sites and he also splitted them into categories like general, writing, design, freelance and more.

Some of these remote jobs sites seem to be just aggregators, which I think is a popular side project to do right now.

Ryan has a lot of content on his blog, and search engines like him – this article ranks #2 on Google for "remote jobs" for me.