Remote Jobs Club

over 3 years ago from , Entrepreneur

There are too many remote job boards out there, but I still wasn't happy with them. Most of the remote job-boards out there crawl the internet & accept submission from sketchy companies because they get paid.

Remote Jobs Club's goal is to send high-quality remote jobs every week that are manually picked and verified.



  • Mark Craig, over 3 years ago

    90% of the jobs at job boards are for just US citizens. hopefully you can combat that.

    4 points
    • Brandon ZellBrandon Zell, over 3 years ago

      I received my first Remote Jobs Club email this morning and that was something Simon mentioned. He took extra time to find legitimately remote job listings.

      I'd be happy to forward you the email, or I'm sure Simon would too.

      0 points
  • dh .dh ., over 3 years ago

    www.remoteur.com does quite a good job at that. They also send out an email as newsletter which is mega helpful.

    Also I wouldn't say that all the remote jobs on the main boards are just for US citizens, i have worked a bunch of jobs based all over the world (as long as it can work with the time zones).

    1 point
  • Bill McraeBill Mcrae, over 1 year ago

    How do you verify them? What do you mean by sketchy?

    Last week I noticed about https://meerkad.com They post remote jobs every day from like everywhere

    0 points
  • Emil Au, over 3 years ago

    In my experience, remote job boards are only for US citizens. Even if they say "anywhere" in the place, they never answer an application. Angel list even with the anywhere jobs if you ask for remote jobs outside USA they say currently your country is not supported. Same with other sites, and the job sites that promise job posts to work from anywhere you have to pay a membership to be able to apply. I never had a good experience with remote jobs from anywhere. I like the idea of your project and hope it turns amazing as it sounds.

    0 points
  • Daniel HartDaniel Hart, over 3 years ago

    I feel like remoteok.io does a good job with quality results. I've applied to a bunch of jobs and none that got back to me seemed sketchy.

    0 points
    • , over 3 years ago

      Daniel, I agree, you can find some good gems there, but the problem is that most jobs are just for USA citizens OR you have to be in a specific time zone. I feel like that defeats the whole purpose of remote work, especially if you want to be on the road or you're not from the USA.

      2 points