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The Remote Life

Travel the world & work remotely with 30 interesting people

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Remote OK

The biggest remote job board on the web

The biggest remote job board on the web with over 25,000 remote work positions for digital nomads, remote workers and people who work from home.

Leandro- Co-founder, Unubo
Has a good amount of remote listings. Made by no other than Pieter Levels.
Pieter Levels- 🌏 Serial maker 🏝Nomad List + et al
Thank you Leandro! <3
Guillaume Bardet- Working on Qlearly.com/beta
Not 100% sure of your skills but this is a great one for remote work opportunities!
Forbes
Let's cut to the chase: remote work is becoming a viable option for people seeking jobs, and companies hoping to fill roles. In August of 2015, Gallup noted that 37-percent of the U.S. population identified with "telecommuting" or remote working .
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Remotive Jobs is where we centralize remote jobs offers we are most excited about!

Amine Skalli
Really the best place for remote jobs !
Paul Tucker- General Manager (wearer of many hats)
Fantastic list of jobs curated from a broad sampling of industries around the world. Supported by people who are passionate about remote work, team culture, and community. PS: They have an awesome Slack community as well!
Kesava Mandiga- Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
For remote jobs... Startups or otherwise.
Medium
Learning more about over 200 startups hiring remotely is very insightful, here is what we see happening in 2016: 1. From Office Space to Office-as-a-Service (OaaS) In 2009, a former colleague damaged her thumb due to BlackBerry overuse. It really made me think about how connected we were, and connectivity has only increased ever since!
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Looking for a remote job or seeking the most qualified remote employee? We Work Remotely is a website that will help you find what you need! Browse through tons of opportunities and find your next job!

Nana Adjei Manu
Awesome for this purpose, managed by wonderful people and you get newsletters everyday of some of the newest jobs.
Kesava Mandiga- Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
I've been checking jobs on this board for a few weeks now. It has a few marketing jobs listed, alongside tons of developer jobs. Looking for any other recommendations.
Vinh Pham- 🤤
I don't think there's a source for startup work that's greater than Angel List, but We Work Remotely is a good resource that's worth adding to the list.
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Outsite

Flexible co-living membership for $99/year

Outsite operates coliving/coworking spaces around the world. For just $99/year you can now access Outsite's global network from NYC to Hawaii (with more locations coming soon) at member's rates, as well as an active community and great perks!

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Remote Year

Travel and Work Remotely for a Year

Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré- Co-Founder PurposeBeyondProduct.com
Explore the world. Keep your job. Work remotely while traveling the world for a year with a likeminded community of entrepreneurs.
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Journeys by Remote Year

New cities 🌍 New friends 👫 New life ✨

Remote Year, the leader in the work and travel industry, is bringing you on a Journey—an opportunity to put your typical day-to-day life on pause to allow for transformative personal and professional growth over the course of two weeks.

Pursue your unique purpose in Valencia, Spain or learn how to take your job remote in Mexico City, Mexico with people, places and programming that inspire remarkable change. Come chow down on paella and tacos or sip on sangria and mezcal with us!

We’ve guided more than 1,000 freelancers, entrepreneurs and full-time employees through their quest to build a future defined by purpose, freedom and adventure.

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Off The Grid

Join 30 inspiring people for 10 days of phone-free travel.

Off The Grid organizes groups of up to 30 people for 1-2 week trips around the world. The catch: it's completely phone-free. You show up, trade in your smartphone, and spend time with a group of inspiring people who share a passion for self-improvement. You get a real experience without the pressure of being plugged into the internet.

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What websites and apps do you use to plan travel?

LukeFernandez
Google Trips - Exploring the world with all your travel info in one place
"Love Google Trips. It's so handy, especially love that you can download everything."
Google Maps 4.0 - New material design brings bold graphics and fluid motion
"Offline maps, save my favorite places (I use as places to see) syncs favorites with Google Trips"
Skyscanner - Compares millions of flights to find you the cheapest deal
"Best thing Skyscanner brought to travel was 'Flexible? Search Everywhere' I had wanted this feature forever and nobody did it: search for f… See more
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