Get Work, Get Nomading. Part 4.

Digital Nomad Jobs: Get work, get nomading. Part 4.

 Digital Nomad Jobs – Get work, get nomading. Part 4.

You can find part 1 here and part 2 here and part 3 here You can also read this article for a few more ideas. That’s over 73 (74 in fact!) places for you to start hunting your dream digital nomad job.

Welcome to part 4 of my never-ending quest to find you the finest freelance job websites ever*!
*Although, I have done quite a few of them now, we may come across a few ‘bottom of the barrellers’. Still, one mans trash is another mans treasure and all that. It wouldn’t be fair of me to not give you all of the options!

Hacker News Job Board – It’s a job board aimed at putting you in touch with start-ups (I think). It’s well worth a look if you want to get in at ground level.

Codementor – Where people go to hire coders. Or where Azkaban guards go to try to find housemates? It’s another ‘invite’ only website which means you’ll have to apply and go through the stringent tests and checks. Probably worth it if you are good at web developing.

Escape the City – An interesting site that can help you decide what it is you want to do in your life. Join the community and see if they can help you get where you want to be.

GrowthHackers – They match top growth talent with the world’sfastest-growingg companies. If you are growth talent (?) you know where to go!

OnSite – Quality, curated freelancers. Onsite (or off). Again another site that only take on the best of the best of the best. You’ll need an up to date portfolio that’s brilliant. – I like the logo, it reminds me of the invisible man. Sadly new applications to become a freelancer are closed but you should bookmark the site for future reference.

Freelancermap – Specialises in IT jobs for freelancers.

JobKit – A collection of links to various job sites in different categories. I might have missed one-off the list. – A site that puts you in touch with startups. You might have to do some digging to find remote work but you might stumble across your dream job in your favourite city.

Axiom – If you’re looking for a legal or business career somewhere around the world you should probably look at Axiom. It’s certainly the first website of its type I’ve stumbled upon writing these lists.

Crossover – This looks rather high-end. They’ve taken up the challenge of companies that work with the top 2% of talent and scaled it down to the top 1%! Believe as mush of that as you will.

JobRack – If you are from Eastern Europe and are a ‘developer, project manager or another worker’ you should really be aware of JobRack.

Remotees – Remotees is a job feed(s) listing many new vacant positions in a variety of roles.

BloggingPro – Jobs for the blogging pros among you.

StartUs – Another job board for you to trawl through.

TechMeAbroad – It has lots of jobs in lots of different countries. Erm, that’s pretty much all you’re looking for yeah?

Jobbatical – ‘Currently 49 teams in 29 countries could use your help!’ It may not be a full on remote working job but it’s a start! Ideal if you don’t want to make the plunge, maybe you just want to dip a toe in.

Add Any Project – It’s a job board. I am job bored.

Indeed – This might be cheating but you can 100% find remote work on Indeed if you search ‘remote work’. Is that true? Indeed.

mediabistro – A small number of remote work jobs can be found at media bistro. What’s that scraping sound?

99designs – There it is. That’s the bottom of the barrel.

Fiverr – My mistake, there was a false bottom to the barrel! Now we are seriously at rock bottom.

Of course I jest (mainly). Anywhere you find work is a good place to go and I wish you all the best on your latest endeavours.