No matter where you are, most jobs require a lot of online work. You email clients, promote stuff on social media, process orders through an online system or create reports in Google Docs.
So why chain yourself to a desk… in an office… in the same town… every day?
An online job lets you work from anywhere and, often, anytime you want. You can do tons of jobs online — whether to make a little extra money, kick off a serious side hustle or create a full-blown nomadic career.
Remote and online jobs are everywhere, so you can probably find something in any field. You just have to know where to look. To discover online job postings, try:
- General job search: Search general job sites like Indeed, ZipRecruiter and Monster for your desired job title, plus “remote,” or check “remote” as the preferred location. As remote work has grown in the mainstream, your chances of finding quality and legit online jobs on Those sites have also grown.
- Work-from-home job sites: You’ll have a smaller selection but will likely find higher quality online jobs through work-from-home job sites. Employers had to be aware of these niche sites to post, so they’re more likely to have a strong understanding of remote work culture and the particular needs of remote workers.
- The Penny Hoarder Work-From-Home Jobs Portal: Search our curated work-from-home jobs to find well-paying, entry-level online jobs available around the country.
- Best work-from-home companies: Keep an eye on companies that regularly hire online workers. They often hire for hundreds or thousands of positions around the country at once, so you have a good chance of finding something available in your state.
There’s a lot of crossover with online jobs between:
- A remote job:…