3 Steps to Landing the Remote Job of Your Dreams

Do you LOVE working, but hate leaving home every day?

Are you sick of spilling bagel crumbs on yourself and cursing the the car in front of you on your morning commute? Or maybe you don’t want to have to choose between staying home with your baby and having a fulfilling career. Do you want more freedom in your schedule? Or are you like Randle, and fluorescent lights make your eyes melt, plain and simple?

There are a TON of reasons to want to work from home. And luckily for us, in 2014 there are more and more options for people who want out of the traditional work week, but don’t want to give up their jobs.

And, like I’ve said before, I’m talking about high-paying remote jobs that can support you and your family, and leave you feeling challenged and fulfilled. And there are some amazing resources out there for finding those jobs.

Fine, you say, I’m convinced. But…uh…what now?;

I know. Just like in coding, it can be really tough to break the big picture down into smaller parts. It’s easy to envision a life without conference rooms, but what is the very first step to getting there?

In this week’s installment of SkillcrushTV, I handed the mic to Randle, who is sharing her 3 steps for landing the remote job you’ve been dreaming of.

And after you watch the episode, don’t forget to checkout these other super helpful resources for finding remote work:

What are you waiting for? Time to redefine “work.”

Adda Birnir

Adda is not only the CEO and founder of Skillcrush, but also an instructor. With her self-taught tech skills, she’s worked on building sites for the New York Times, ProPublica and MTV.

When Adda isn’t developing or teaching on Skillcrush, she enjoys watching Hall & Oates videos on YouTube.

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