6 Twitter Accounts You Need to Follow to Find Work-From-Home Jobs
Looking for work-from-home jobs can feel like a full-time gig.
But the perks of finding remote work are so worth it: You could save on commute time and money, stay home with the kids (or pets), travel more or move to a city where the cost of living isn’t astronomical.
I’ve already rounded up 13 sites with remote job listings. Today, it’s all about Twitter accounts that share work-from-home job postings.
What could be better than integrating your job search into your daily tweet intake? Nothing — except perhaps landing your ideal remote job.
6 Twitter Accounts That Only Post Work-From-Home Jobs
After hours of research, I’ve compiled six Twitter accounts to help you land your dream work-from-home job.
And, yes, only jobs — these accounts don’t share blog posts, advertising material or random GIFs.
So, while you’re perusing the Twitter-sphere for the latest T-Swift news, tap into these resources and make your mindless skimming and scrolling a little more productive.
This “curated delivery of remote jobs for the modern working nomad” is great because you can read the first word of each tweet and decide if the job listing is for you.
The 140 characters go like this: The sector of the job, the position, the company. The postings range from development to customer success to design.
Each tweet links back to workingnomads.co where you can view the full job description and apply.
This account doesn’t tweet out jobs as frequently as some of the other accounts, but it does feature unique gigs in marketing, writing, customer service and social media.
Each listing links back to remoteworking.co, which highlights the job responsibilities, required skills and benefits and offers a link to the original post.
Transparency and ease are key in the job search. Each tweet from this account lets you know what the company means by “remote” — whether you can work from anywhere, from the United States or even from Australia.
Another perk? If the hiring company has a Twitter account, @wfhio includes it in the tweet, which makes it easy to check out your potential employer and gain some quick insight.
The listings link back to wfh.io where you can find job responsiblities and employer requirements.
I have to be transparent: As a writer, this is my favorite Twitter account.
Since 2010, Write Jobs has been sharing freelance gigs and writing jobs — and all of them are remote. So if you’re in the writing biz, follow it.
This account tweets out all of RemoteOK’s newest job postings. Most of the posted jobs are technology-based and aggregated from a variety of sites, including Indeed.
So rather than getting tangled in frustrating search filters, let this bot handle it for you.
Calling all techies: This account curates almost all its posts from Stack Overflow.
By following this account, you won’t have to worry about clicking on a job and being let down with hidden location contingencies, like being in a European timezone or living in, say, the lower tip of Florida.
The account uses each tweet’s 140 characters to note the hiring company, open position title and any important information that’ll keep you from wasting your time.
You can also use hashtags to assist in your search. We suggest you start exploring with #remote.
Your Turn: Do you use any Twitter accounts to find work-from-home jobs? Know any we missed?
Carson Kohler (@CarsonKohler) is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder. After recently completing graduate school, she focuses on saving money — and surviving the move back in with her parents.
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