Working Nomads only offers remote and telecommute jobs – with a focus on digital nomads. Of course it’s not restricted to digital nomads only – remote job seekers will find a wealth of different advertisements here as well.
Like most remote-only job boards and sites, those applying through Working Nomads will face a lot of competition.
This platform is pretty simple. A lot of the jobs posted can also be found on other job sites. However, very occasionally you may find something here that’s no posted anywhere else.
What kind of jobs can I find on Working Nomads?
Like all remote job boards, you’ll definitely find plenty of open positions in the software/IT/tech industry. They’ve even got separate categories for Systems Administration, Design and Development.
Beyond that, you’ll find other categories like…
- Consulting: Tech-related consulting at that. Which shouldn’t be a surprise.
- Writing: Another broad field hard to pin down. Writing positions vary from journalism to content marketing and technical writing.
- Finance jobs are sometimes posted here (tax advisors, bookkeepers, underwriters etc.)
- Human resources although there weren’t quite a lot of them.
- General administration such as case managers, online scheduling, broker assistant etc.
- Heathcare jobs like medical coding and scheduling.
- …and even a few legal jobs.
There’s also a few education jobs for online tutors and online teachers.
Sadly, like most of these platforms, the remote jobs available on Working Nomads lean heavily towards tech or maybe online marketing/general digital media. If you’re not looking for a job in these areas, then don’t rely solely on this board!
Overall, is it worth it or should I pass?
No matter what kind of remote job you’re looking for, I would highly recommend at least signing up for their job alerts. When looking for a new job, it’s important to pull out all the stops and keep your eyes open. You may have a very slim chance of getting something here – but you never know.