How to Find (and Keep) Remote Work in the Pandemic (and Beyond)

Guest written by Naomi Johnson.


Like most industries today, the gig economy has also been gravely affected by the coronavirus pandemic. However, with widespread restrictions, remote work has also flourished. Indeed, there’s no better way to spend your free time than by finding remote work. And as there’s still no end in sight to the threat of COVID-19, it’s just as important to also find ways to keep it consistent. Here are some helpful resources.

Where and How to Find Remote Work

Top 25+ Sites and Job Boards to Find Work-From-Home Gigs During COVID-19
Top 70 Companies Hiring Remote Workers During COVID-19
23 Work-from-Home Companies That
Provide Equipment
How to Search for Remote Jobs on LinkedIn
5 Little-Known Hacks for
Finding Remote Work
5 Issues Freelancers Have to Deal With

What You Need to Work from Home

How to Create a Home Office That Supports Productivity
What Equipment Do You Need to Work from Home?
Top Remote Work Tools to Stay Connected and Productive During COVID-19

Work-from-Home Best Practices

How to Get Your Freelance Creativity Flowing
How to
Work from Home with Kids During the Coronavirus Quarantine
Structure Your Work-from-Home Day with These Routines
11 Ways to
Get Freelance Clients to Come to You
Building a
Remote Work Portfolio as You Go Along

Suffice to say, finding remote work that’s lucrative and legitimate is only half the battle. Holding on to it for the long haul is the other (half, that is). However, with the right tools and resources, you can easily get all these things done — not just in quarantine, but maybe even beyond.


Naomi Johnson created lifebasedbusiness.net for small business owners, creatives, solopreneurs, boss babes and bros, and side hustlers who are committed to designing their careers to accommodate how they want to live, instead of the other way around. Through her site, Naomi offers practical advice and inspiration to help others adopt the life-based business mentality and change their lives in immensely positive, fulfilling ways.

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