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The Remote Work Round-Up - May 18, 2017

While some companies are making headlines for scaling back their remote work-force, there are quite a few brands who are swinging the other way and offering more and more flexible situations by the day. A quarter of the U.S. workforce already enjoys working outside of the office, while recent surveys indicate that up to 90% of professionals would prefer some form of telecommuting.


At PowerToFly, we advocate for the best possible benefits and working situations for women. Top companies are changing their policies to reflect working women's wants and needs, including offering flexible and remote opportunities. Check out the open remote positions below with companies that care about women. For even more great jobs, be sure to head over to our jobs page.

Senior Data Science Engineer - AdRoll

WW Accessories Channel Development Manager - Apple

Key Account Solution Sales Manager - Gemalto

Support Engineer (EMEA) - Gitlab

Security Specialist - Gitlab

Production Engineer - Gitlab

Product Manager - Gitlab

Director of Security - Gitlab 

Director of Infrastructure - Gitlab

Database Specialist, Production Engineering - Gitlab

iOS Engineer - JOOR, Inc.

Expert Technical Interviewer - Karat, Inc.

Supplier Quality Engineer (Bay Area Regional Field Support) - L3 Technologies

Supplier Quality Engineer (New York/New Jersey Regional Field Support) - L3 Technologies

Senior Software Engineer - Muck Rack

Business Development Manager - Octane AI

Freelance Writers - Octane AI

Senior Engineer - Octane AI

Technical Recruiter - PowerToFly

Enterprise Account Executive - PowerToFly

Customer Happiness Representative - Trusted Child Care

Solutions Architect - Twilio

Virtual Care Coordinator - Wellthy, Inc.

Customer Storyteller - Zapier, Inc. 

Growth Product Manager - Zapier, Inc. 

Infrastructure Engineer - Zapier, Inc. 

 

 

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How These Companies Are Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

According to a recent study, anti-Asian hate crimes have risen 150% since the pandemic started. But these acts of violence are not new — they are part of a much larger history of anti-Asian racism and violence in the U.S.

That makes celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (which was named a month-long celebration in May by Congress in 1992 "to coincide with two important milestones in Asian/Pacific American history: the arrival in the United States of the first Japanese immigrants on May 7, 1843 and contributions of Chinese workers to the building of the transcontinental railroad, completed May 10, 1869") this year all the more important.

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The Outlook That Helps CSL’s Paula Manchester Invest in Herself and Her Team

If you told Paula Manchester that you weren't good at math, she wouldn't believe you.

"That's a global indictment," she says. "'I'm not good at math' implies that you don't have the ability to nurture that muscle. And then I'd ask what kind of math? There's a lot to math."

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How Afterpay’s Emma Woods Seeks Out Growth for Herself and Her Team

When Emma Woods decided to take her children out of school for six months and homeschool them while traveling around Australia in a caravan, it wasn't the first time she found a way to balance personal and professional growth. It was just a more extreme version of the types of choices she had been making throughout her career.

Emma started her career in the world of telecommunications, moving from IC to team manager, then to contract positions when she had her children and needed flexible scheduling. Now in her current role as an Engineering Manager at payment platform Afterpay, Emma continues to find ways to manage her personal and professional growth, and her family's well-being.

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Tips from SeatGeek's Anuja Chavan

When Anuja Chaven turns on a fan in her house in Jersey City, she can't help but think about how every piece of it works.

"There are an extensive amount of things that have to go perfectly at the same time," says the former engineer (and current product manager at live event ticketing platform SeatGeek).

It was that interest in understanding how things actually worked that drove Anuja to study engineering—first electrical, during her undergrad in India, and then computer science, during her master's program in the U.S.

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The Secrets to Balancing Work and Family Life

3 Pieces of Advice from Working Moms at Pluralsight

Being fully committed to work and family is a challenge that many working parents have to take on. It can be exhausting and thankless pursuing a fulfilling full-time career, while taking an active role as a parent. Achieving a healthy balance can help keep you motivated and productive at work, while allowing you to be fully present when you're home.

We recently chatted with working moms at technology skills platform, Pluralsight, about their best advice for striking that elusive work-life balance. Here were their key points:

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