A weekly newsletter with the best new remote jobs, stories and ideas from the remote work community, and occasional offbeat pieces to feed your curiosity.
By Daniel (@nodeskco).
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Sr. Technical Support Specialist I (Europe) at Poll Everywhere - Remote (Europe)
Senior Product Designer at Magic - Remote (US, Canada, North America)
Senior Production Engineer (DevOps) at Dyspatch - Remote (Canada)
Full-stack Developer (React/Node) at Lemon.io - Remote (Worldwide)
QA Manager:in at GOhiring - Remote (Worldwide)
Online Data Analyst - French Speaker at TELUS International AI - Remote (Canada)
Sales & Marketing Specialist at Abundant-Minds - Remote (Canada, UK, US)
Online Data Analyst - English Speaker at TELUS International AI - Remote (Canada)
Data Engineering Team Lead at CoW Protocol - Remote (Worldwide)
Design & Front-End Lead at Upstatement - Remote (Worldwide)
Onboarding Manager (Remote) at Rupa Health - Remote (US)
Senior React Developer at Toptal - Remote (Worldwide)
UX Engineer at Stimulus - Remote (US)
Content Writer at ShoutVox - Remote (Worldwide)
Writer (Remote) at ShoutVox - Remote (Worldwide)
Senior Blockchain Developer at Toptal - Remote (Worldwide)
Senior Data Engineer at Toptal - Remote (Worldwide)
Senior React Native Developer at Toptal - Remote (Worldwide)
Backend and Infrastructure Engineer, Aselo at Tech Matters - Remote (Worldwide)
Finance Manager:in / Accountant (German-speaking) at GOhiring - Remote (Worldwide)
Transcriptionist (French or German) at Appen - Remote (Europe)
Blockchain Jobs / Cryptocurrency Jobs at Cryptocurrency Jobs - Remote (Worldwide)
Content Curator, UK (Contract) at Reddit - Remote (UK)
Field Marketing Coordinator (APAC) at GitLab - Remote (APAC)
Inside Sales Representative at Parabol - Remote (Worldwide)
Senior Product Designer at Rasa - Remote (UK, Germany, Serbia)
Support Guide/Customer Service at Hipcamp - Remote (Australia)
2022 Privacy Fellowship Intern at Stripe - Remote (US)
Customer Success Associate at Sana - Remote (US)
Junior Sales Manager at Giant Swarm - Remote (Worldwide)
Marketing Manager at Axios - Remote (US)
Sales Executive, Corporate Wellness at Peloton - Remote (US)
Staff Data Scientist at Intercom - Remote (Ireland, UK)
Content Writer at Articulate - Remote (US)
Digital Design Manager at Platform.sh - Remote (Worldwide)
Director, Member Success at Scott's Cheap Flights - Remote (US)
Finance & Analytics Manager at Rainforest QA - Remote (US)
Junior Product Manager at BuildZoom - Remote (US)
Learning & Innovation Intern at General Assembly - Remote (US)
Product Designer at Eight Sleep - Remote (Worldwide)
Product Designer, Growth at Loom - Remote (Canada, US)
Sales Development Representative at Pitch - Remote (Worldwide)
Ad Ops Associate at BuySellAds - Remote (Worldwide)
Brand Producer at Figma - Remote (US)
Business Development Representative at ChartMogul - Remote (Europe)
Capital Markets Operations Manager at Pipe - Remote (Worldwide)
Employee Experience Specialist at Plaid - Remote (Worldwide)
Executive Assistant at Udacity - Remote (US)
Head of Design at Mailbird - Remote (Worldwide)
Lead Product Manager at Flatfile - Remote (US)
Android Engineer at Cameo - Remote (US)
Application Security Engineer at Airtable - Remote (US)
Demand Generation Manager at Octopus Deploy - Remote (US)
Sr. UX Designer at Aha! - Remote (Canada, US)
Design Manager, Web Presence at Stripe - Remote (US)
Senior Business Analyst at Twilio - Remote (US)
Strategic Account Executive at Okta - Remote (US)
Associate Marketing Operations Manager at Gusto - Remote (US)
Business Development Representative - EMEA at DigitalOcean - Remote (UK, Germany, Netherlands)
Senior Android Engineer at Mozilla - Remote (Canada, US)
Hand-picked articles, stories and ideas from the remote work community and beyond.
Peggy Noonan | The Wall Street Journal
Employees may like remote work, but it tends to break down both organizational and national culture.
Justine Calma | The Verge
The pandemic revealed the vulnerability of many households to increased utility bills.
Chloe Berger | Fortune
A number of small townships and cities across the nation are looking to incentivize knowledge workers to move, rewarding them with cash, tax breaks, and even property.
These programs are an appealing option for people who cannot afford real estate prices in major metro areas.
Emma Goldberg | The New York Times
Cubicles are largely empty in downtown San Francisco and Midtown Manhattan, but workers in America’s midsize and small cities are back to their commutes.
banditgirlmm | Reddit
I’m a digital nomad who works at a company and I get the itch to take a traditional vacation at least once a year. But I can’t think of spending 3-6k on a one week vacation like most do. Especially knowing that I could spend that 3-6k across a month or two as a DN.
Anyone else take time off but maybe not do the whole hotel and touristy thing? I’ve found myself taking a week off here and there just to enjoy the location where I’m digital nomading. But not necessarily splurging on the extra vacation stuff.
Everyone I know is scheming for the future. They’ve got big goals and get up every day and work like mad to try to achieve them.
I’ve always found something odd about that.
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