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Remote Work Round-Up

Plus: 7 Tips on Writing a Remote Resume

Writing a good resume can be a tough and time-consuming process for most people. This statement is especially true when it comes to creating an effective resume for a remote work opportunity.

Most remote workers find it hard to develop an outstanding resume due to various reasons. It could be fear of failure, lack of effective writing skills, or the poor research they've done on the company they're looking to join.

To land the perfect job position as a remote worker, you'll need to bring complexity to the table. In a recent article by Stephanie Proper, she approaches several strategies and tips that'll help you create an amazing resume as a remote worker.


Here's a sneak peek of her tips on creating the perfect remote job resume:

  1. Chose an Outstanding Format
  2. List Your Contact Information
  3. Write a Catchy Introduction of Yourself
  4. Add Both Your Professional and Academic Experience
  5. Write a Skills Section
  6. Tailor Your Resume Well
  7. Finishing Touches

So, what are you waiting for?! Check out (and apply!) to these ten new remote opportunities or check out our online jobs page for even more available roles.

3BL Media - Director of New Business Development (Remote)

Avas Flowers - Inbound Sales Representative (Remote)

Buffer - Product Developer (Remote)

Callaway Cloud Consulting - Senior Salesforce Developer (Remote)

DuckDuckGo - Frontend Engineering Team Lead (Remote)

GitLab - Online Growth Manager (Remote)

PowerToFly - Business Development Representative (Remote)

PXL Agency - Creative Frontend Developer (Remote)

Worldwide101 - Virtual Executive Assistant (Remote)

Zapier - Platform Design Manager (Remote)

Diversity & Inclusion

How To Handle Conversations on Race with Your Non-Black Coworkers

I sat in front of my CEO to discuss several complaints of racism. I was new to my role as a Culture Director. I was nervous about his reaction to the complaints. But I also knew he strongly supported developing this new department; I knew that he would take the right steps. So I was shocked when I heard him say sheepishly, "I don't know, Noelle...all of this stuff about racism. I just don't see it. I don't even see color. I'm pretty much color blind."

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Work From Home

Four Ways to Nail Your Next Virtual Interview: Recruiters at Relativity Share Their Tips

Living in the midst of a pandemic has brought about a whole host of changes and challenges for workplaces and employees. One of the most notable? Virtual interviewing. With most on-site interviews on hold for the foreseeable future, it's important that you be prepared to make a great first impression—virtually.

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For Employers

How Leaders Can Support Their Black Employees

A five-step framework for addressing systematic racism at work

The world has changed in the past few weeks.

We're watching corporations and organizations across the world come out in support of Black lives in droves. Many of those organizations are doing so for the first time in their history.

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Looking for a Remote Job During COVID? 3 Talks to Watch

Women Founders & CEOs Share Their Tips

If you're anxious about looking for a new job right now, you're not alone. We've talked before about how you can land a job in the midst of COVID-19, but today we wanted to share advice from some of the experts who spoke at our inaugural Diversity Reboot Summit.

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For Employers

How Your Company Can Fight Racism— Inside & Outside the Workplace

Since the brutal murder of George Floyd, the demand to take a strong stance against racism has swept the nation.

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