Pros of Glassdoor
- 1,400+ remote jobs are added every week.
- Among them, 100+ are part-time and 10+ are entry-level remote jobs.
- It’s easy to find the most recent job postings.
Cons of Glassdoor
- The required sign-up process is time-consuming, and the questions aren’t created with remote workers in mind.
- Some jobs tagged as Work-From-Home or Remote are not 100% remote but require in-person work in remote locations. For example, we’ve seen job listings for freelance hairstylists or makeup artists listed as “remote”.
- The search function doesn’t work so smoothly.
- The results page doesn’t always get refreshed once you apply new filters.
- If you add new keywords in your search, all the previously applied filters will get removed.
- Using Glassdoor’s job functions won’t always give you the most relevant results, and there’s a big overlap between some industries.
Glassdoor isn’t bad for finding a remote job – if you don’t mind spending extra time and dealing with a few inconveniences.
- Always use the filter WFH or Remote to find the most relevant results.
- When adding new filters, you might have to refresh the page manually.
- When adding new keywords, always apply the WFH or Remote filter once again (as it gets removed automatically otherwise).
- To find remote jobs in your job category, play around between using: 1) different keywords, 2) built-in job functions list, or 3) both at the same time.
- The tricky part is that the relevancy of your page results will depend on the industry you’re looking in. For example: for remote writing jobs, we were able to find 40+ new weekly positions by using keyword search (keyword: writer), but no relevant results at all by using the existing built-in filters.
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