A Killer List of 200+ Startups That Hire Remote Workers (and 3 Open Jobs!)
I know you want to work remotely. And I know you want to work for a cool company.
So I know you need this list of more than 200 startups that hire remote workers.
The team behind Remotive created it, and they know their stuff: Remotive is a newsletter filled with remote working tips and job postings — totally worth the free subscription.
Many of the startups’ jobs are for the technically-inclined, but there are occasional openings for customer service and other support positions.
3 Non-Tech, Remote Startup Jobs Available Now
Here are three non-tech, work-from-home jobs we found at the startups on their list:
1. Customer Support Specialist for TED
Are you as obsessed with TED Talks as I am? Then apply to be one of the organization’s customer support specialists.
You can work from anywhere, and you get to attend at least one conference per year. You’ll also receive a new MacBook, health and retirement benefits and a continuing education allowance.
To be eligible, you need two to three years of customer support experience, plus excellent writing skills.
2. Benefits Client Analyst for Paylocity
As a Paylocity benefits client analyst, you’ll be responsible for the “configuration, testing, data analysis and delivery of new Enterprise Benefit client implementation.”
I don’t actually know what that means, but hopefully you do if you’re applying for the gig.
To be eligible, you must be skilled with Excel, analytically-minded and have at least two years in a customer-oriented role.
3. Writer for Upworthy
If you love sharing meaningful stories, then apply to be a writer for Upworthy.
You must have strong communication skills, as well as two years of experience in journalism, copywriting, performing, marketing or activism.
In return, you’ll receive equity, unlimited time off and parental leave, as well as health and retirement benefits.
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In the meantime, I’d also scroll through the list and subscribe to the newsletters of companies you find interesting. You just might find out about future openings before everybody else.
Susan Shain, senior writer for The Penny Hoarder, is always seeking adventure on a budget. Visit her blog at susanshain.com, or say hi on Twitter @susan_shain.