Ultimate List of Remote Work Jobs – Top 100 Companies Hiring Remotely in 2019

Remote work is on the rise and over the last couple of years we have only seen an increase in the number of companies and positions that allow you to work remotely from anywhere in the world. Even then, because of the rise in the number of people looking for remote jobs, it is still extremely difficult to find a perfect match between your and the organization’s expectations when it comes to working remotely.

Working remotely and traveling the world is at the very core of our philosophy here at The Remote Life. That’s why we have created and will continue to update this ultimate guide on finding jobs that allow you to work remotely from anywhere. This is a collaborative, community initiative and we welcome your feedback in comments so we can improve this guide and make it more exhaustive in nature.


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Beginner’s Guide to

Getting Started with Working Remotely

Why are more and more people choosing to work remotely?


Simply put, it is the future of work. It’s time for us to realize that we don’t always need to spend time in traffic to sit in a cubicle of a glass building when we could be doing the exact same work from anywhere else, with just a laptop and an internet connection. A lot of progressive companies and startups have adopted remote working and are building it in the very fabric of their culture. All of this because most of the work that we do is moving online and that helps us to be creative and productive anywhere we want. We can finally be location independent.

So, what happens when you start working remotely?

  1. You can work from anywhere  
  2. You can set your own schedule
  3. You can travel the world
  4. You can save money
  5. You can be more efficient & productive
  6. You can spend more time on yourself
  7. You can make time to experience new things & meet new people

What are the types of Remote Jobs?


Remote jobs stretch all the way from decades old Work from Home jobs to freelance engineers working on latest technologies. The field is constantly increasing and we expect more job profiles to go remote in the next few years. Organizations of all types and sizes are opening up to the possibility of having remote teams. A simple way to breakdown the types of remote jobs would be:


You are never (or very rarely) required to go to an office. You are free to travel, live and work anywhere you want.


You are free to work from home or anywhere provided you are available on short notice. So you might have to be in the office couple days a week or for important meetings. The policies can be more regulated, with restrictions on when, where, and how you work outside of the office.


Allows you the flexibility to plan your week, schedules and show up for meetings online or maybe a part of the week that is yours to plan like ‘Flex Fridays’.


You are expected to work and be available at the office, but you are free to come and leave as you please. Your timings are not strict or monitored and you don’t need to apply for leaves all the time.

Career Options with the most Remote Job Opportunities

Sales and Business Development

Customer Support

Digital Entrepreneur

Content Creator

Project Manager


E-commerce and Dropshipping

Web & Software Developer

Product Manager

Digital Marketer

UI/UX Specialist

Graphic Designer


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Is Remote Work For You?


To be honest, you are the only one who knows the answer to this question. In our opinion, remote work is simply a way for you to build a lifestyle that allows you to be more free and flexible with your life choices. Internally, we have a simple framework to evaluate if someone can work remotely or not. These are some very basic questions that you can answer for yourself. There are no right or wrong answers.

  • Can you work without constant motivation?
  • Are you good at managing your time and sticking to schedules?
  • Are you an organized person?
  • Are you good at setting boundaries and not crossing them?
  • Does your company have a remote working policy at the moment?
  • Do you have skills that can create value completely online?
  • Can you learn new digital skills if needed?
  • Can you communicate your thoughts clearly without meeting in person?
  • Will you miss the social life of your office?
  • Do you have dreams or aspirations beyond your professional life?

What are the best tools for working remotely?

If you are working remotely, chances are, you use more productivity tools you can keep track of just to make sure everyone on the team knows what they are doing and they are always in the loop. However, why use five different tools to do something that you can do with one single application? Let’s have a look over some tools to better manage your virtual teams.













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This is a collaborative, community driven resource to help as many as possible to find and build a remote career for themselves. Please give us your input, feedback and ideas in the comments so we can improve this guide with appropriate credits.

  • Nikhila says:

    Nice blog! It has all the information required by the beginners for remote work including some of beautiful tips. It has very systematic and organized information and easy to navigate.

  • Kamalika says:

    Very crisp and informative blog, a blessing for those who are looking forward for remote working, the best tools in each category is a great compilation.

  • Rubina says:

    This is an interesting concept brought to the fore in an equally interesting and informative manner through your blog. Remote jobs is a new arena, not yet explored as thoroughly as it should be. I am sure anyone who visits the blog will be encouraged to look for opportunities in this area and welcome a more fun-filled working experience! 🙂

  • Marilyn says:

    Informative and much needed for a generation that’s immersed in a work culture where we can work from anywhere and anytime.

  • Bakki Vivek says:

    This is seriously the best thing I’ve come across. I’ve been through many other sites and blogs about working as a freelancer but, The Remote Life is the best way to enjoy our day to day life and work according to our own terms. Things here in Remote work are very well defined and will be a refreshing thought for a 9-5 employee at a company. As the world changes and develops, the modes of working are also widened. Using the technology we have, we have to evolve. And that’s what Remote Life is doing.

  • Ajwad Shaikh says:

    Very Helpful and Insightful!
    This is something everyone needs to know before thinking about moving to Work Remotely. Thank you for highlighting the various essential utility software.

  • Haya Shaikh says:

    I believe this to be a positive endeavor aimed towards spreading awareness about a concept which, if given due attention, will attract quite a bit of fervour and excitement. I think its an absolutely great idea, and if implemented properly, will help many people work comfortably and productively. And the blog is especially helpful as it highlights all the important points in a succinct and comprehensive manner. Very informative and well-written, a perfect guide for eager seekers!

  • Shivam Samaiya says:

    Working while travelling!!! This is like a dream come true for every person who wants to travel but stuck out with the job. And personally, I didn’t know that so many companies are accepting the idea of remote workers. Must say that you guys have done a very good job in collecting all the information on one page so that we wont have to go anywhere else

  • Praveen Sagar says:

    This is very informative and got all the information that i need in one place. Moreover, many people want to be in the home and work and this is what i needed.

  • Anastasia Baliyan says:

    A very educative and well-written blog. I believe it could help a lot of people to work with comfort and on their own terms. The Remote life is evolving with the change that has come about in jobs and ways of working. It is a perfect blog for those who are not made for the conventional 9-5 office jobs.

  • Shubhi Hasani says:

    Pretty interesting.

  • Anushka Upadhyay says:

    Very informative and interesting blog. It gave me a totally new vista about remote work. This is a very different concept where in a person can enjoy his hobbies and travel around without all his time being engulfed by his job and working hours. Also such warm acceptance from so many companies is amazing.

  • Sagrica says:

    “Work From Home” a great opportunity for youngers,a way to build a lifestyle that allows to be more free and flexible with life choices.

  • Sayan Laha says:

    Travelling and enjoying your life, and at the same time working as well, what else do we need? This is a wonderful platform to inculcate our skills without any pressure of work or time management. Most importantly, it will enhance our productivity and relieve us from the boredom of mainstream office environment. It is a dream come true!

  • Deeksha Kinjavdekar says:

    Great blog! Many interesting ideas regarding remote work, including links for job postings and application procedure! Pretty much the whole package!

  • Ritika Sharma says:

    A creatively executed article articulating all the details in a presentable manner. Complete guidelines and perfect description curated owing to the success of working remotely. Excellently written.. you nailed it!!

  • Divya Sharma says:

    Work from Home great opportunity .Thankful to the person who have written the article about the work from home job and how nicely gave the description .
    Great job.

  • AKSHAY JAIN says:

    The Blog is well organised for beginners where lies the answer to every question like WHY?, HOW?, etc.
    But like nothing is perfect and everything can be improved let me put forth my suggestion.
    It will be better to encourage high school and college students for this as they will find it easy to work remotely at first than in a company. The fear of job can be eradicated through this initiative. Also, focussing on a developing country like India with a huge population and many skilled unemployed labour will help in growth of this country and this initiative
    Hope these suggestions are considered.