There are a couple of remote job boards providing access to their database. Unfortunately, “their” is a crucial keyword here. Connecting one API will usually always get you jobs from just one source. Today, we will show you how you can automatically collect remote jobs into Airtable from multiple sources. Without coding.
To cover the majority of available remote gigs, you want to fetch data from multiple resources. These can be remote job boards, career pages, tweets, subreddits, or even Facebook groups.
Sounds like a pain, doesn’t it?
Luckily, there is a handy solution. Remote Weekly is a remote jobs…
is a publication platform that allows you to collect resources before using them in the next newsletter. Pabbly Connect is a powerful Zapier-like automation tool, which allows you to move data between different platforms. This post will show you how to use Pabbly to automatically collect new remote jobs to your Curated.co collection. We will use the new Remote Weekly API to achieve this.
If your newsletter consists solely of remote jobs, or you cover the whole niche and use job offers only as a cherry on top. …
Having an up-to-date database of remote opportunities can be a great addition to your online business. Curated newsletters, niche job boards, social media posts, or remote work agencies. They can all benefit from this extra piece of content. This guide will teach you how to send remote jobs to Google Sheets, using the Apipheny add-on.
First things first. You need a data source.
There are a couple of remote job boards providing access to their database. Unfortunately, “their” is a crucial keyword here. Connecting one API will usually always get you jobs from just one source.
To cover the majority…
It is often glorified and hyped. Especially now. But working from home isn’t all rainbows and unicorns. And if you don’t prepare properly, you will taste the bad side of this otherwise incredible perk.
Cool. What was your point again?
Let me explain.
Offices are built for proper work. Chances are, your home isn’t.
Why? Well, because… it’s your home. It was made for something else.
Every work gets tedious and boring sometimes. No matter what you do. Even if you love it tremendously. There will be dull, repetitive, and boring aspects of it. …
Working from home is only a small subset of remote work. And it’s not necessarily the best form of remote work either. Let’s go through the types of remote work, shall we?
A small collection of my rants about various forms of remote work.
This is part 2 of our mini-series, which will guide you step by step on how to land a remote job. It is recommended you read the previous article and complete the checklist before continuing here.
So now, tell me.
These are the questions you should definitely have answers to before we are done here.
They are tough questions to answer, too. I know.
We spend up to 35 percent of our productive time at work. Shouldn’t we at least make it, so it doesn’t suck? But wait, there’s more — the vast majority of people still commute (more than 70 percent), wasting even more of their time and putting unnecessary pressure on the environment in the process.
The easiest solution to all of this? Go remote!
That is, of course, easier said than done. …