The past year has brought a great shift in the American workforce. Many companies, and its employees have found that working from home offers great benefits. Employees get to enjoy flexibility, while often having improved efficiency. Employers are benefitting from that increased efficiency while lowering overhead.
The pandemic has taught a lot of people that they want a better situation for their professional life. That could be in the form of better compensation, better treatment, and also, the ability to work from home.
As some companies are starting to pull back the opportunity to work from home, others are embracing it. Here are a few ways to find your next role to meet your personal, and professional needs.
Flex Jobs is dedicated purely to remote jobs, and those with flexible schedules. They started in 2007, well before remote work became trendy. With about 30,000 jobs listed at a given time across over 50 fields, there’s a good chance you’ll find a few remote jobs to apply for that fit what you’re looking for. Full access to the site starts at $6.95 for a week, or only $14.95/mo. The subscription fee is totally worth it because every listing is curated to be remote or flexible, plus a lot of additional benefits that you don’t get with a free job board.
LinkedIn doesn’t only serve as the most popular professional social network, it is also a wildly popular way for recruiters to find new candidates. Your LinkedIn profile is almost as much of a requirement on your resume as listing out your employment history. LinkedIn offers a vast array of job postings, both traditional, and remote. It easily allows you to filter for remote positions. When you sign up for a premium subscription, you gain access to a lot more insights, and more tailored search results that closely match your profile. Especially if you are already a LinkedIn member, take advantage of the premium benefits for your job search, and take advantage of the vast network available to you.
This one is a purely free account for job seekers, and offers a lot of flexibility. You are able to post your resume for recruiters to see, while kept hidden from your current employer. ZipRecruiter boasts that you can find over 8 million jobs in one place, so there is likely something that fits your background.
Many HR professionals like this site because of the quality of candidates it attracts, plus the available resume database where they can find people that match what they are looking for, and invite them to apply for the position they are hiring for. It’s good to look where recruiters like to be, so give this one a shot today!
This is one of the largest freelance sites around, and connects a multitude of companies with skilled professionals on a project basis. Some of the projects can turn into a long-standing agreement, but largely, this is a great way to find work that you want to do, and set the rate for your time. UpWork provides an excellent platform for freelancers to showcase what they can do, and build trust among those that are hiring. There is a vast array of specialties that you can hire on UpWork, from chemical engineering to short-form content writing. It’s free to get started, and you can find work pretty quickly.