If you’re looking to make a move toward remote work, there’s a lot to think about--just as there is when you change jobs for any reason. But what will ultimately make the difference between landing any remote job offer and landing the remote job offer of your dreams will be a clear understanding of not just what you want from this new job, but also why it has to be remote.
In this piece, we’ll explore some of the main reasons professionals turn toward remote jobs. Do any of these resonate with you?
Robin Walker started her career as a school teacher and ended up a remote-working CEO who inspires other women to lean into their entrepreneurial dreams. While she may have taken off her official teaching hat years ago, she still harnesses the skills from that career to plan workshops and an annual conference. Here's what she has to say about working remotely and how it has changed her career trajectory — and the careers of other women as well! Read More
The fresh start of a new year is filled with opportunities. Think of it as new slate, a chance to be better, be different, or to simply just be yourself.
Need ideas for remote work resolutions you can commit to? Here are 7 of our best ideas to focus on in the year ahead.
Michael Moreno is no stranger to remote work. He’s been doing it throughout various points of his career. However, as a work-from-home parent who also founded a business with his spouse, Mike needs to approach his work differently than some other remote professionals. Here’s his story. Read More
After days of preparation and the interview you confidently aced as a result, you received incredible news: The remote job of your dreams is yours, and your employer is sending you an offer letter later today. Here's a few tips to help you negotiate, so you get the perfect-for-you offer.
Carrie Sharpe, a communications consultant and public speaker, started a business while raising her children. Learn how her business and remote working evolved throughout the years and what she expects remote work to be like in the years to come. Read More
Remote Nation's roundup of the best gift ideas for remote workers in 2020. Whether you're shopping for a self-gift to brighten up your home office (you deserve it!) or a thoughtful present for a remote-working friend or family member, you've come to the right place. We've got tons of ideas to help you make the WFH experience even better. Read More
Angela Tague is one of the many writers who transitioned from traditional journalist to content marketer. While she never set out to start her own business — the idea wasn’t even on her radar — she mastered working for herself and being location independent. Learn more about how she became a remote worker, and what suggestions she has for professionals facing the challenges of working remotely. Read More
While there’s no way to predict exactly what will happen during your interview, there are many actions you can take to ensure you leave a strong impression on your potential employer. Wondering how to ace an interview for a remote position? Here’s what you need to know.
When A.J. O’Connell became a newspaper reporter after graduating from college, she thought she might be a journalist forever. That didn’t turn out to be the case — the hours were long, the pay was terrible, and more and more newspapers were closing down. Learn how she instead became location independent and working for herself. Read More