According to this Harvard Business Review Article, “4 million Americans quit their jobs in July 2021.” The reasons Americans are quitting their jobs varies from poor work conditions to the possibility of returning to in office work.
Throughout the pandemic many Americans had the ability to work from home. Working from home allowed employees to have more flexibility over their rigid work schedules. It cut down employees time and money spent on commuting to and from the office.
If you are one of these individuals that recently quit your job or maybe you’re just looking to make a transition to a remote job, I have the resources for you.
Flexjobs has a variety of different industries with all different kinds of flexible schedules. You are able to search for hybrid and fully remote positions. You can find any kind of position whether it be customer service or director level roles. There are also full-time and contract positions available. I have seen many large companies listing their jobs on here. It does require a membership to have full access to all the benefits but if you are serious about looking for a remote position, it is worth it.
Recently I have noticed more and more remote jobs being offered on LinkedIn. The cool thing about LinkedIn is that there are no fees but I do feel as though the amount of remote jobs available on the site is a bit limited.
Like LinkedIn, there has been an increase of remote jobs available through their platform. The one downside is that I don’t typically see a lot of larger companies advertising their remote positions on Indeed.
I’m sure as more employees request remote schedules, that resources will continue to pop up but for now these are the websites that I have found have the best remote opportunities online.
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