Weekly Jobs Update - Mar 19, 2020

29 new remote jobs at Code for America, Loom, Khan Academy, Doist ...

Every week I send out a free summary of the week’s best new remote jobs to help you find the perfect opportunity to join a team and work remotely.

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Article: Gigging in the Time of Corona by Venkatesh Rao, The Art of the Gig,

Book: The Year Without Pants: WordPress.com and the Future of Work by Scott Berkun. A behind-the-scenes look at the firm behind WordPress.com and the unique remote work culture that contributes to its phenomenal success. The Kindle version is currently FREE on Amazon.


Remote work is far different from being in lockdown. As remote workers, we certainly can share tips on how to work from home, but we are as lost as you are about being locked in our homes.

What you’re experiencing right now isn’t “remote work.” It’s working from home during a pandemic: It’s stressful, for your health (mental and physical) but also for your job situation (as we don’t know if we’ll retain our jobs)

Your companies are introducing “remote work” in a hurry. Most of them are trying to recreate what you’re experiencing in the offices: several meetings a day and show (prove) that you’re present at work. This is not how remote work works. The trust factor is missing.

— Julie, Head of Design at Product Hunt

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