Work-from-anywhere jobs enable you to take your career wherever you want to go. If you are looking for the best remote jobs, having the ability to truly work from anywhere offers the ultimate location flexibility and independence.
If you want to take your job on the go, here’s everything you need to know about work-from-anywhere jobs—including where to find them!
More Popular (and Competitive) Than Ever
Work-from-anywhere, remote jobs are highly coveted because they provide the ultimate freedom and flexibility. However, due to their popularity, they can be extremely competitive to land—even in a hot job seeker’s market.
To help job seekers find these fully remote jobs, we’ve crunched the numbers and uncovered the 30 companies that posted the most remote, work-from-anywhere jobs on our site between January 1, 2021, and December 31, 2021, that meet the following criteria:
- A remote job with zero location restrictions
- It does not require any time in the office
- Is either full-time or part-time (but may also offer a flexible or alternative schedule)
30 Companies That Commonly Hire for Work-From-Anywhere Jobs
This list is ordered from highest to lowest volume of work-from-anywhere job postings:
- Wikimedia Foundation
- Achieve Test Prep
- Coalition Technologies
- Chainlink Labs
- Cactus Communications
- Protocol Labs
- DreamView Inc.
- Chili Piper
- Mango Languages
- Cambridge Proofreading & Editing
- Venga Global
The industries that posted the most work-from-anywhere jobs are:
- Computer & IT
- Education & Training
- Accounting & Finance
The most popular job titles include:
- Business Development Manager
- Front-End Developer
- Marketing Manager
- Product Manager
- Social Media Manager
- Web Designer
What to Know About Work-From-Anywhere Jobs
Given the upward trend in work-from-anywhere job postings, finding this kind of job in 2022 will be easier than ever. However, before you apply, here’s what you need to know.
Double-Check the Location
Just because a job posting says it’s remote doesn’t mean it’s a work-from-anywhere job. Many remote jobs—up to 95%!—have a location requirement for:
- Legal and tax reasons: Certain laws and regulations may restrict where employees can work or where businesses can hire.
- Meetings: Whether it’s with coworkers or clients, some companies want staff nearby for in-person meetings.
- Licenses and certifications: Some roles require state-issued licenses or certifications for workers.
- Time zones: Virtual companies may want staff to collaborate in real-time, requiring them to live in overlapping time zones to ensure synchronous communication.
- Travel: If the job requires a lot of travel, the company may want staff located either near the region they’ll be traveling to or close to main transportation hubs.
- Clients: Some jobs require employees to live near the company’s client base.
Show Them What You’ve Got
Because work-from-anywhere jobs are popular, there may be a lot of competition for the roles. Make sure your resume demonstrates why you’re perfect for the job:
- If you’ve worked remotely before, include it as the location of your job (Name of Company | Remote)
- Create a “Remote Work Experience” section on your resume
- Include a “Technology” section, highlighting your experience with remote tools (Zoom, Google Suite, Trello, etc.)
- Mention it your job responsibilities
Work Where You Want
Whether you’re a digital nomad, a full-time RVer, or you want the freedom to move whenever you want, a work-from-anywhere job can give you the job you want anywhere you want!
Courtesy of Flexjobs