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Work Remotely? These Places Will Pay You $10,000 to Move There

Working remotely comes with a ton of benefits. You can ditch your commute, work from wherever you want, and manage your time on your own schedule. You don’t have to have a boss looking over your shoulder or make awkward chit chat with coworkers at the water cooler.

And thanks to two forward-thinking programs from the state of Vermont and the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma, working remotely could also add $10,000 to your bank account! To attract young, tech-savvy workers, Vermont and Tulsa are offering up to $10k to telecommuters who relocate there, along with a host of other sweet benefits.

Interested in states that will pay you to move there? Read on to learn the details of these two awesome programs. Continue reading “Work Remotely? These Places Will Pay You $10,000 to Move There”

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13 Impressive Questions to Ask During Your Next Remote Job Interview

When you’re getting ready for a job interview, you’re probably thinking about all the questions your interviewer will ask you.

How would I describe myself as an employee? What are my greatest strengths and weaknesses? If I were an app, what would I be?!

While preparing for interview questions is essential, don’t forget to show up with some questions of your own.

Asking thoughtful, well-crafted questions can show you’ve done your research on the organization and are genuinely interested in learning how you can contribute.

What’s more, the right questions can also show you’ve made an intentional choice to work remotely and are prepared for the challenges that telecommuting could present.

And don’t forget, the interview is also an opportunity for you to learn more and make sure the job would be a good fit for you. Continue reading “13 Impressive Questions to Ask During Your Next Remote Job Interview”

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[Study] FlexJobs Names 15 Remote Jobs That Earn $100k or More

FlexJobs, one of the leaders among remote job boards, wants to clear up the myth that remote jobs don’t pay well.

“It’s a common misconception that work-from-home jobs are scams, only exist in specific industries like customer service or data entry, and are lower-paying, but that couldn’t be further from the truth,” said FlexJobs CEO and founder Sara Sutton in a statement. “In fact, the average telecommuter earns a higher median salary than an in-office worker.”

To prove their point, FlexJobs compiled a list of 15 full-time, high-paying remote jobs that command salaries of $100,000 or more.

Ready to take a look at these highly-skilled positions? Let’s dive in. Continue reading “[Study] FlexJobs Names 15 Remote Jobs That Earn $100k or More”

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8 Remote Part-Time Jobs for College Students That Are Worth Your Time

As a college student, you’re nothing if not busy.

Along with classes, homework, and midterms, you’re also juggling extracurricular activities and socializing with friends. Plus, you have to adjust to living in dorms, eating in cafeterias, and being surrounded by your peers 24/7.

So if you’re going to take on the added responsibility of a part-time job, you want one that will be worth your time. The jobs on this list are especially good choices for college students, since they pay a lot better than minimum wage on-campus jobs and are 100% remote. Continue reading “8 Remote Part-Time Jobs for College Students That Are Worth Your Time”

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7 Creative Ways to Save Money on Rent When You’re Location Independent

When your job lets you work from anywhere, you have the unique luxury to choose where you want to live. Whether you want to stay in your hometown or move abroad, you’re free to settle wherever  (WiFi and visas allowing).

At the same time, you don’t want to bust your budget on an apartment you can’t afford. Before moving, make the most of these seven creative ways to save money on rent and safeguard your finances. Continue reading “7 Creative Ways to Save Money on Rent When You’re Location Independent”