Remote work 0 comments on 10 Startups Hiring For Non-Tech Remote Jobs | April 2017

10 Startups Hiring For Non-Tech Remote Jobs | April 2017

What if you could work from a place like this? (hint)

A few months ago we shared with you our experience switching from traditional to remote jobs. That article had quite a bit of success, which made us think that many of our readers are looking to do the same. Now we have decided to go one step forward in helping our readers get the remote jobs they deserve. Continue Reading “10 Startups Hiring For Non-Tech Remote Jobs | April 2017”

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Things To Watch Out For While Working Remotely

The following post is a guest article from Toptal.

Over the past several months, we’ve published a number of lifestyle posts encouraging people to try working remotely, or even to embrace a nomadic lifestyle. We are a distributed team, and our day-to-day operations involve a lot of online communication between people in different time zones, working from home offices, co-working spaces, or holiday spots. We’re living proof that remote work, for lack of a better word, works. Continue Reading “Things To Watch Out For While Working Remotely”

Europe, Expat, Remote work 4 comments on Why Spain Is The Perfect Country For Remote Workers

Why Spain Is The Perfect Country For Remote Workers

Spain is a world famous destination for tourists seeking sun, good food and culture. But there’s room for more than sunburned tourists wearing flipflops and socks. Are you a remote worker considering your next move? If so, then I strongly recommend putting Spain at the top of your list. Why? Here are five reasons: Continue Reading “Why Spain Is The Perfect Country For Remote Workers”

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11 Hours in Mexico City

Aeromexico Flight 454 from Havana, Cuba lands in Mexico City, Mexico at 8:20 am on June 18th. Our connection flight back to Medellin, Colombia leaves in 11 hours. Just outside of the airport the biggest city in the american continent awaits. Over 20 million people live in Mexico city (including the metropolitan area), so traffic gets a bit hectic sometimes. Continue Reading “11 Hours in Mexico City”

Remote work 1 comment on 10 Startups Hiring For Non-Tech Remote Jobs This Month

10 Startups Hiring For Non-Tech Remote Jobs This Month

A few weeks ago we shared with you our experience switching from traditional to remote jobs. That article had quite a bit of success, which made us think that many of our readers are looking to do the same. Now we have decided to go one step forward in helping our readers get the remote jobs they deserve. Continue Reading “10 Startups Hiring For Non-Tech Remote Jobs This Month”

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How To Get The Remote Job You Want

A little over a month ago, I quit my job. After almost two years working with a company in Santiago, Chile, I decided it was time to go. We reached an agreement where I would be working from home once I got back to Spain, however, after a month and a half I realized that I didn’t want to continue and decided to look for other opportunities. More than that, I wanted to get a remote job. Continue Reading “How To Get The Remote Job You Want”

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Asshole On Board: How To Behave When Flying

Flying nowadays is nowhere near what it was 50 years ago. To be honest, I don’t even know how it was 50 years ago because I wasn’t there, but you get the point. What once was something extremely fancy and only available to the very few privileged, is now available for most people. Elegant and comfortable planes have turned into buses with wings. And that’s great. Continue Reading “Asshole On Board: How To Behave When Flying”