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Science Says You Have to Stop Taking Breaks Wrong to Be More Productive

Not all breaks at work are created equal. And if you’re not taking any during your remote work day, you’re probably also terrible at your job.

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  1. Remote Work in 2019: What the Trends, Insights, and Predictions Say

    Feb 13 2019


    What does the future hold for jobs in the virtual workplace? Get ready to see these remote work predictions everywhere in 2019.

  2. The State of Remote Work 2019

    Feb 4 2019


    An important annual report curated by the remote friendly team at Buffer, gets released today. Once again, it doesn’t disappoint.

  3. College Students: Ditch the Free Internships and Start Working Remotely Part Time Now

    January 4 2019


    Gain valuable work experience, earn money on your time, and never compromise your studying with a part-time virtual gig.

  4. The 7 Best Cities to Work Remotely When You’re a Digital Nomad

    January 2 2019


    Start collecting passport stamps as you work and travel these affordable, expat-friendly cities with the best internet.

  5. How to Seem Calm, Cool, and Collected on Video (Even When You’re Not)

    December 6 2018


    From video interviews for remote jobs to team conference calls once you’re hired, learn how to act natural on-screen during a video call and boost your confidence now.

  6. The Most Common Reasons People Quit their Jobs (& Start Remote Work)

    November 29 2018


    Don’t stay in a crummy job when so many remote positions are up for grabs. If you’re dealing with one of these issues, the grass may be greener working remotely.

  7. Hurry Up! Autumn is the Best Season to Land a New Job

    October 3 2018


    Seasonal hiring trends in the fall are just as hot as your pumpkin spice latte. See why this time of year is the best for finding a remote job and polish up your resume.

  8. Decoding The Secret Language of Remote Job Descriptions

    September 18 2018


    Learn what those ad buzzwords mean and how to show hiring managers you’ve got what they’re looking for.

  9. How to Tailor Your Resume and Cover Letter to a Remote Job

    September 4 2018


    If you’re using the same resume and cover letter you’d use for in-house positions, it’s no wonder you’re not hearing back from the remote job you applied for. Fix that now with this guide.

  10. Working Remotely is a No Brainer for Parents — Especially Millennials

    August 29 2018


    From the flexible schedule to the potential to earn more money, see why parents may be able to have it all with a remote position now.

  11. Are You Ready to Be a Remote Worker? 5 Signs You Should Take the Leap

    August 1 2018


    Not confident enough to leave your soul-crushing cubicle job for a remote position? These telltale signs you’re ready to make the jump say otherwise.

  12. Remote Work is On the Rise: 4 Reasons Why You Should Consider It

    July 23 2018


    This style of work benefits both employees and employers alike so it’s no surprise why it’s gaining popularity.

  13. Considering Remote Work? Here’s What People Really Think About It

    July 10 2018

    Is remote work really all it’s cracked up to be? This guide will help you answer that question using survey results from over 1,900 remote workers.

  14. 3 Reasons Why You Haven’t Heard Back From the Remote Job You Applied For

    July 3 2018

    While it can be frustrating not hearing back from employers, it doesn’t have to be the case when you follow the tips in this guide.

  15. 8 Myths About Remote Work Standing In the Way of Your Dream Job

    June 29 2018

    Are you scared of leaving your traditional office role for a remote position? Learn the truth about these common misconceptions and stop making excuses.

  16. Here’s What You’ll Need To Do Before Applying for Remote Work

    May 31 2018

    Want a job that lets you work from home, the beach, or anywhere else in the world? Find out how to get hired for the remote job of your dreams today.

  17. 7 Reasons Why a Remote Job May Be Better for You

    May 28 2018

    From being more productive and ditching the commute to working your own hours sans micromanagement, find out why you may be happier (and healthier!) finding a remote job.

  18. How to Find a Remote Job That’s Right for You

    May 24 2018

    Finding a remote position doesn’t have to be difficult. With the help of this guide, you’ll have everything you need to start the hunt for your dream job today.

  19. Top Products for Remote Companies

    April 24 2018

    For all of it’s benefits, remote work does come with it’s challenges. Communication, isolation, online distractions and work/life balance are some of the more prominent issues that we see facing distributed teams.

  20. Why Remote?

    March 27 2018

    Most of us have heard the benefits of working remotely: flexibility to set your own schedule, work in your pajamas (or even your birthday suit, if you feel so inclined and have very accomodating roommates), access to a bigger job pool, etc.

  21. How to Manage a Remote Team

    March 2 2018

    Remote work has many obvious upsides, not the least of which includes working where you are most productive and not having to commute. However, remote work does have its challenges.

  22. How to Hire a Remote Team Effectively

    February 20 2018

    Hiring quality employees is obviously critical for any company. It is especially important for a remote team. Good news though, you’ve come to the right place : -) We’re here to help.

  23. Contract vs. Full-Time

    February 12 2018

    With contract and freelance jobs on the rise around the world, it is important to understand the difference between these options and regular "full-time" employment.

  24. The History, Evolution and Future of Remote Work

    January 27 2018

    Remote workers weren’t born overnight when the internet was first created in the 1980s. Working remotely was the norm long before downtown offices and commuting even existed.

  25. Why Choose We Work Remotely?

    January 12 2018

    How do you know if your posting will attract the right people? How do you know if it will be visible? Is paying for a job post worth it?