Finally figuring out how to get a remote job. It sounds like a pretty desirable goal in 2020 now, right?
More flexibility with your schedule. No more sitting in traffic driving to the office. More time to allocate towards side projects. The list of benefits goes on and on… As a full-time remote worker (and blogger), I get to experience many of these benefits first-hand. But being in business full-time for yourself also comes with more risks, higher costs, and the ever-present potential for down times.
Our passions lie in a few areas: travel, global understanding and remote work. If you're jumping into the latter for the first time, we're here to give you a few tips from the experts.
Getting a remote job can actually be great for testing your way into self-employment—seeing how well you’d manage your time, stay motivated and productive working from home, coffee shops or a co-working space. Today, countless people are landing remote jobs for these reasons (and more).
Mastering remote work is all about finding the right tools to stay productive and connected. This guide will have you and your team synchronized and working in harmony, wherever you happen to be.
Research shows that remote workers are happier, more productive, and have a higher average income than their non-remote peers. Is it any wonder that a survey from Buffer and AngelList showed that 98% of remote workers hope to continue telecommuting for the rest of their career?
Looking to maximize your productivity while working remotely? It’s not always easy. And even the most seasoned work-from-home employees can sometimes struggle.