Find the Best Remote Tech Jobs: The Top 12 New Resources

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So you want to find the best remote tech job possible, eh? Well DailyTekk wants you to as well because, after all, it’s you (and people like you) that make the amazing products we cover here on DailyTekk. We wouldn’t have fun and useful gadgets and apps and startups/services if it weren’t for the talented engineers, designers and visionaries out there. So whether you consider yourself a full-time digital nomad, are trying to land your very first job after recently learning how to code (ahem, here’s 3 new ways to learn how to code), are an elite developer just looking for more (or more enjoyable) work or simply want to keep your options open, if you can’t find a great remote job or gig using the resources listed here then we’re sorry but it just doesn’t exist.

I don’t want to tell you how to run your life, of course, but if you’re really serious about finding the best remote jobs/work, I’d consider checking your favorites from this list daily or subscribe to their email newsletters/notifications or RSS feeds. While it’s definitely true that good engineers are always in demand, it’s equally true that the best jobs go to those who connect with the right people first. So get on it! Note: these are really in no particular order, so explore them all.

Oh, and when you’re done checking out these awesome remote job sites, you might also be interested in the list of 100 terrific tools for coders and developers we put together awhile back as well as the 10 best ways to teach your kids how to code. Just sayin.

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Remote OK


Remote OK lists awesome remote tech jobs in several hot categories: web dev, mobile dev, design, infosec and even throws in a few non-tech remote jobs. You can easily sort by highest paid or simply browse the default timeline which posts remote jobs by date. I really like the fact that you can get a daily, weekly or monthly email with the best remote job opportunities, can easily sort jobs by tags (like digital nomad, javascript, ruby, seo, etc.) and the design of the site is absolutely stellar.



Jobscibe does one thing: it brings remote jobs to you so you don’t have to go looking for them. Like Remote OK above, you can choose whether you’d like to receive a daily, weekly or monthly email containing remote jobs. You can choose from categories like: design, front-end development, back-end development, mobile app development and marketing. I like the simplicity and the emails are tastefully designed and to-the-point (check out a sample).

We Work Remotely


We Work Remotely is a nice, simple and straightforward remote job board that makes the ability to search job remote job listings easy. Companies like Automattic, BuySellAds, Skillshare and more post jobs with descriptions like: iOS developer, web programmer/SEO specialist, seasoned Python developer, Node.js developer, senior Ruby on Rails developer and more.



Remotive is another super-simple remote job board. Companies like Buffer, Heroku, Khan Academy, Trello and Zapier post remote tech jobs in categories like engineering, human resources, marketing, product, sales and support. But I appreciate that the Remotive team sends out a newsletter filled not only with jobs but tips for remote workers as well (see a recent issue).



GoRemote is yet another remote job board (surprise!). But it’s definitely a healthy one: in just the last week there have been over 110 remote jobs listed. From UI designers to web programmers and SEO specialists to marketing directors to senior software engineers, there’s a lot of job diversity on GoRemote. You can also get a daily digest email sent to you with the latest opportunities.

7 More Awesome New Remote Job Resources

Unfortunately (and fortunately) I’m very busy today and just don’t have the time to write up a paragraph on each of the remote job resources listed here. This says nothing of the quality of the items below; I simply don’t have time to go into further detail. But DON’T MISS the items below; there’s some real gems.

  1. Working Nomads – A curated list of remote jobs for the modern working nomad.
  2. – Free job board for remote tech jobs with a nice map view.
  3. Talent Board – Mail your CV to 300+ companies to find remote work.
  4. Gigster – Are you an elite developer? Get more work.
  5. CloudPeeps – Become a freelance community manager.
  6. RemoteWorkHunt – Another nice-looking remote tech work job board.
  7. Remote Year – Travel with interesting people while working remotely.

There is 1 comment. Comment?

  • Great list of remote job sites! You can also check us out at Jobspresso for more:

    Compared to other remote job boards, we spend time to ensure every remote job is legitimate and open, by reviewing the employer’s website, career page, social media accounts and general reputation. The end result is that you only see real remote jobs at interesting and thriving companies. We take care of the legwork so you don’t have to.

    We’re really excited about launching this site, and hopefully you’ll find it useful.

    Good luck job hunters! 🙂

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