Remote Work Websites

As an international mobile mom, matriarch of a family on the go, remote work has become more important to me more than ever.

Our family plan initially had been that I would go back to work after spending a year with our first child, but as the babies came and so did the moving, that plan became less and less feasible! With my youngest still being four years shy of starting school, our forever home location still unknown, a global pandemic,  and the downfall of the online teaching industry, I too have started to search for something I can do from home to fill my cup. To help you out on your search, I've made a list of remote work websites. Some I have used, some I haven't. Some are worldwide and some are U.S.-based, so click to browse and see if you can find the right job for you!

The first three on the list are ones I have personally browsed.

  • Flexjobs- Worldwide. This is a paid website, but I think it has value as it's user-friendly. You can narrow down listings by job category or region/country. If you do a google search for "flexjobs promo codes," you can often find 50% off!
  • - Smaller, curated listings. Seems to be a lot of U.S.-based jobs.

The ones below are not ones that I have used personally, but have seen listed elsewhere, to the reliability of them, I can't verify. But let me know if you find any gems on them!

  • Hire My Mom - Caters primarly towards work from home moms in the U.S. Some opportunities can be applies for at no cost, but some, similiar to flexjobs, requires you to pay a membership fee to, to see whom to contact.
  • Working Nomads
  • Authentic Jobs - "job board for designers, developers, and creative pros.

Side-Hustles for Your Side-Hustles

These are ones that you will not be quitting your job for but can help you get an extra dollar here and there when you have a moment to help out.

  • Telus Ai- Worldwide, positions differ region-to-region. Although they do have positions that tote 20 hours per week, some of these pay net30, meaning it could be the following month or two until you get paid. Also, tasks available will depend on how many other people are working on it at the same time as you.
  • Appen Worldwide microtasks. Make sure to check in from time to time to see if any new projects have become available. Some can be done in person and some right from your phone.

I hope this list helps. Have you had success on any of these or are there any I should add to the list? Let me know!