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  1. Hi guys, thanks so much for this valuable list all in one article! I have bookmarked it because I definitely fall into the category of love/hate relationship with my 40+ hours a week day job. Love the job and the clients, the boss…not so much.

    You’ve given us enough sites that we can pick and choose what’s the right one for us. I’ll most likely check them all out first. Also, I’ve heard of Tim Ferriss. I’m surely missing some kinda secret in my daily stressful life! Thanks for sharing your knowledge and expertise!


    1. You’re welcome, Sue. Tim Ferriss’ book is available on Amazon Kindle and Audibles. We highly recommend it if you’re even toying with the idea of working remotely (which a love-hate relationship always brings about). Good luck and do let us know how you get on. 

  2. I really hope that I do not have to commute anymore but I still have to do in the mean time 🙂 cannot wait for 2036 to come lol. Thank you so much for all the 19 sites that I can look for a job that I can work from home. Hopefully when I have enough savings to leave my current job and can maintain the same lifestyle for at least 6 months I will apply for job on these sites. The girl can dream and hopefully I no longer have to work in the office anymore. Thanks!

    1. You’re welcome, Nuttanee. Depending on what you’re doing now and what you’re looking for, you could very well find your next job in one of these sites. No need to wait for 6 months. You can start browsing now and apply as these are proper employment opportunities – not freelancing. So you’ll be getting a regular salary. 

      Good luck!

  3. I really enjoyed reading this article!

    Freelance, Upwork and Fiverr I knew about, but the other ‘remote worker’ companies were new to me.  Thank you ever so much for sharing this information.  It is definitely a boon.

    This is what is so pleasant about Wealthy Affiliate – we learn from each other in a safe environment.  WA has accomplished what so few courses create.  And that is a solid community of people all learning and growing together.

    Once again, thanks for sharing.

  4. Tim Ferris’s 4 Hour Workweek is a good book containing really good ideas on outsourcing and maximizing your free time. I had no idea there was this many work-remotely job sites around. I had entertained the idea of freelancing before, but I haven’t done it yet. 

    The 9-5 grind can be stressful and, like the lady stated above, I don’t think it’s for anybody. I have been on Fiverr and Upwork before so I knew about those. You have made a nice compilation and resource for those trying to escape the rat race. Good read!

    1. Thanks, Jason. You’re so right. It definitely is NOT for everybody. Despite the complaints, there is something strangely calming about never having to make a business decision that many business owners have to make. Sometimes, it’s a lot easier to just show up at work and do what you’re told by the manager – no need to worry about where the next income source is coming from (which could very well be a lie since we can get fired when business needs demand it).

      Anyway, do let us know if you do decide to go freelance. We’d love to hear all about your journey. 🙂

  5. Hello Jade and Kevin, I really like your website and how you are helping people that are looking for online work. There are so many scams out there its hard to find legitimate work online. I like many sources that you mentioned here. I particularly like Fiverr. There are so many different types of things you can offer to do on that platform as well as if you are trying to market your website it’s good for that as well. Keep up the good work on getting the word out there for people!

    1. Thank you, Nice. We still remember when we were looking for online / remote work. Everything was riddled with scams and you just give up on all of them because you don’t really know who to trust. Now, thankfully, we have these dedicated job boards so it’s not so bad. Glad you liked the post. 🙂

  6. This is super helpful information. The daily grind and 9-5 aren’t for everyone. If I’m being honest, they’re not right for anybody. It is so hard to raise a family with inflexible work schedules and grueling demands. There needs to be more options and ways to support our families without needing to rely on welfare and food stamps.

    1. Exactly! It’s a shame that sometimes it seems like we have no choice but to trade our time and money – both of which we really need. Flexibility is key and it seems like it’s going to be a long way yet before we really embrace it, as a culture.

      Unfortunately, there are still people who think that those on flexible work schedules are being lazy, even though secretly, most of us would love to have the option not to work for so long.

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