Love the work but not the office rules that come with it?

Work from home jobs is on the rise. It's a solution for all those who love their work but hate 9-5. When asked, 68% of millennials said they would be extremely interested to work for a company, they otherwise wouldn't,  if work-from-home flexibility was given.

No stressful commute, greater productivity, more family time, freedom to be a digital nomad, and travel the world while you work on what you love. These are some of the reasons people are choosing to go remote. The year over year growth has been staggering. Last year, in the US alone, 26% of professionals took up a work-from-home job and went full-time remote.

Companies love remote work too. Why won't they? The major reason is these telecommuting jobs save up to $4000 each year for their yearly savings. It's also a profitable deal for remote companies, allowing employees to work at home, they save up to $10,000 per year with no need for infrastructure. They instead chose to provide lavish compensation and greater benefits to their employees.

It's a myth that telecommuting and remote jobs are associated with lower salaries. Depending on eligibility and position a company is hiring for, a participant can expect to make about $50k to $200k per year. High paying remote jobs are here to stay and well within reach.

So what are you waiting for, searching for a remote job is not that hard. We have hand-picked 11 high paying remote work from home jobs you can apply for now.

1.  Senior/Lead DevOps Engineer

at Blue Orange Digital

Salary: $150k - 180k (US Dollars)

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Apply DevOps principles of Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery/Deployment pipeline development, writing, and managing Infrastructure as Code, Automated Testing across multiple software applications.
  • Support the Data and Application teams in an AWS cloud environment.
  • Serve as level 2 support for the platform.
  • Develop re-usable, automated processes, and custom tools.

How to get the job:

DevOps ultimately means building digital pipelines that take code from a developer’s laptop all the way to revenue generating prod awesomeness!  - Igor Kantor

Git, Docker, and Puppet are the foremost tools in the modern DevOps world.

Docker is one of the most important technology for DevOps. It allows you to bundle components together and deploy them on the container on any platform like Linux or Windows.

Jenkins and Kubernetes are primarily classified as "Continuous Integration" and "Container" tools respectively required for remote work from home DevOps job.

Jenkins has become the open-source standard for managing the dev side of DevOps, from source code management to delivering code to production. Jenkins is a continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) solution.

Google released Kubernetes as a free and open-source project. Kubernetes Engine is a hosted version of Kubernetes, a powerful cluster manager and orchestration system for containers.

These DevOps courses will teach you how to build a sophisticated continuous integration and continuous delivery pipelines using Jenkins and many of its plugins, especially the pipeline plugins.

See all DevOps Jobs.

2. Remote - Senior Full Stack React + Node + AWS

at Evolution Virtual

Salary: $90k - 120k (US Dollars)

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Writing clean, modern, testable, well-documented code each iteration
  • Confidently communicate daily with teammates to understand and deliver on technical requirements
  • Contribute your experience to architectural discussions of the various Evolution systems
  • Fully participate in Agile team activities

How to get the job:

Software engineers write, debug, maintain, and test software that instructs a computer to accomplish certain tasks, such as saving information, performing calculations, etc. A software engineer will convert what needs to happen into one of many programming languages, the most common of which being Javascript, Ruby, and Python.

You can also take a coding class at one of the coding bootcamps. Here's a great coding bootcamps list incase you're looking for one.

Steps to transition from junior to senior software engineer:

  • Choose your field. For example: Web development or Mobile development or DevOps etc. Choose a technical stack you would love to work on. For example: if you chose web development, you’ll need to choose between Ruby on Rails, Python and Django, JavaScript and MEAN etc. If you choose mobile, you’ll need to choose between iOS or Android, etc.
  • Choose your language and learn it thoroughly. For a Ruby Developer – Programming Ruby. For an iOS Developer – The Swift Programming Language. Read The Pragmatic Programmer book. It’s a good starting point on the path to software mastery.
  • Learn your framework. A Rails Developer – Rails Tutorial by Michael Hartl and for an iOS Developer – iOS programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide.
  • Use your Version Control System like a pro and write code in aTest Driven Development. Quality code comes with writing tests. For a Ruby on Rails Developer – Rails Test Prescriptions.For an iOS Developer – Test-Driven iOS Development.
  • Unleash the power of the command line. If you’re working on a Mac or any Linux distribution, learn shell. Here is a good book on it by Mark Bates: Conquering the Command-Line.
  • Learn by coding. Code code code!

See all Remote Fullstack Developer Jobs.

3. Lead Fullstack Developer


Salary: $150k - 185k (US Dollars)

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Track record of success managing / mentoring small development teams (3-5 engineers)
  • Professional experience working with SQL and database driven applications
  • Working knowledge of best practices in web security (cryptographic protocols, SSL, and so on)
  • Expert knowledge of git/GitHub
  • Team player with strong communication skills
  • Hungry to carve out a name for yourself
  • Hacker mentality

How to get the job:

A Fullstack developer is an engineer who can handle all the work of databases, servers, systems engineering, and clients. A remote working developer needs to be proficient in multiple programming languages, such as Python, Ruby, Perl, Javascript, PHP, Java, etc. Also, how to use Git to manage and share your code on Github is a must.

The popular development languages are generally accompanied by a good development framework, such as JAVA Spring, MyBatis, Hibernate, Python Django, PHP think PHP, yin, nodeJs express and so on. Learn if from here: 15 free Python ebooks

Also, databases such as MySQL, MongoDB, Redis, Oracle, SQLServer are required too. Design skills such as UI/UX design are a bonus to learn to perfectly ready as a remote developer.

The FullStack developer is by no means created overnight. What you need to do is laying the technical foundation, strengthen the core skills, and keep learning for more challenges. Here is a course that can help you grow as a remote full-stack engineer.

See all Remote Prrogramming Jobs.

4. Lead SRE


Salary:$170k - 200k (US Dollars)

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Leading and mentoring small to medium sized teams
  • Pair programming
  • Code Review
  • Aptitude for explaining and applying programming concepts
  • A passion for building and maintaining developer tooling and platforms
  • Capable of translating high level business requirements in to long term deliverables and roadmaps
  • Generate finite requirements and delegate them to your team
  • Ability to design, configure and deploy advanced networking topologies
  • Including hybrid cloud to on-prem VPN and IPsec connections
  • Ability to effectively communicate with internal and external business partners
  • VCS (Version Control Systems) such as git
  • Industry standard security and regulatory controls (HIPAA, PCI, SOC I, SOC II)
  • Application design, software development, and testing, preferably in an Agile environment
  • Writing and maintaining Infrastructure as Code using tools like Terraform
  • Containers and container orchestration technologies, such as Docker and Kubernetes
  • Building and maintaining production CI/CD systems
  • Designing and developing REST APIs for high volume clients

How to get the job:

A Site reliability engineer is responsible for the configuration, upkeep and reliable operation of a company’s network and computer systems.

Systems administrators also need certifications in the various products that organizations use. Common certifications desired for systems administers.Site reliability engineers working from home must be familiar with many technologies in order to be proficient.

5. Technical Product Manager

at Ryan Business and Technology Solutions

Salary:$140k - 160k (US Dollars)

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for innovation and end-to-end launch of products.
  • Collaborate with partners and customers to co-develop a road map and drive products and features from concept to launch in a fast-paced environment.
  • Develop, own, and execute product road map.
  • Develop and maintain appropriate tracking and reporting of product performance post-launch to evaluate future investment.
  • Turn data insights into products with actionable outcomes to the ultimate customer.
  • Work in an Agile environment and continuously reviews the business needs, refines priorities, outlines milestones and deliverables, and identifies opportunities and risks.

How to get the job:

A product manager has the following qualities:

  • Project development experience
  • Balance of technical knowledge and business acumen
  • Agile/Scrum experience preferred
  • Technical background with knowledge of software development and web technologies including C#, XML, Entity Framework, MVC, JavaScript (Angular preferred)
  • Proactive, self-starter with excellent project management skills and ability to manage multiple tasks effectively
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to engage, influence, and inspire partners and stakeholders to drive collaboration and alignment
  • Familiarity with Financial Services and Asset Management

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6. Senior Web Developer

at Ario

Salary:$100k - 130k (US Dollars)

Duties, Responsibilities, and Qualifications:

  • Experience with modern front-end build pipelines and tools
  • Strong proficiency in JavaScript, CSS, and HTML, including DOM manipulation and the JavaScript object model
  • Experience with common front-end development tools such as Babel, Webpack, NPM, etc.
  • Thorough understanding of React.js and its core principles
  • Experience with popular React.js workflows, such as Flux, Redux, or MobX
  • Knowledge of isomorphic React is a plus
  • Familiarity with newer specifications of EcmaScript
  • Familiarity with RESTful APIs
  • Knowledge of modern authorization mechanisms, such as OAuth 2.0 and JSON Web Tokens
  • TypeScript / NodeJS development
  • Work with version control systems such as GIT

How to get the job:

A Frontend engineer is a computer software engineer whose primary responsibilities include creating, testing and programming apps for computers, mobile phones, and other types of electronic devices. A front-end engineer, also known as a front-end web developer or designer, selects, installs and tests the user interface elements of a website. The front-end developer focuses on the look and feel of the site, along with its functionality.

The languages used by Frontend developers can vary greatly, from command-line driven apps written in low-level languages like C to cross-platform graphical applications written using modern web technologies such as Javascript and HTML/CSS, the many specializations within app development mean that a huge variety of languages are used.

Frontend developers should consider a few things:

  1. Accessibility: Often overlooked on the web, design your applications to cater for users with some form of disability. This could be some cognitive impairment or limited dexterity. Someone who struggles with clickable areas such as radio inputs or checkboxes is an example.
  2. Aesthetics: The styles of your UI elements such as the buttons, the fonts, and the spacing. More information on design systems can be found here.
  3. Performance: You have to think about the performance of applications to keep page speeds fast. This involves reducing network requests, keeping images and SVG files optimized using methods like compression. The quicker you load that signup page, the more chance you have of users signing up. You can use Lighthouse by Google to benchmark and gather interesting metrics.
  4. Security: Paramount. Tiny bugs in code can result in private information being leaked, and there are people out there hungry for it. Of course, it’s a huge topic. Check out Information Security Basics by Mozilla.

See all Remote Frontend Developer Jobs.

7. Manual QA Tester

at CommentSold

Salary:$175k - 95k (US Dollars)

Duties and Responsibilities :

  • Write and execute manual test cases and execute test scripts
  • Assist test lead with the design and development of the test strategy and roadmap
  • Perform unit testing
  • Participate in production deployments and releases to ensure successful deployments
  • Facilitate user acceptance testing
  • Document and report defects and track defects to closure, escalating as appropriate

How to get the job:

A good QA has the following qualities:

  • Have experience building test plans and running manual acceptance tests specifically testing Android and/or iOS platforms and web applications
  • Can eloquently explain defects, test plans, and different quality assurance efforts
  • Can effectively communicate defect details and reproduction steps
  • Have the ability/desire to understand and rapidly learn new technologies
  • Are organized and have strong time management skills
  • Love solving problems and finding solutions

See all Remote QA/Testing Jobs.

8. Senior Backend Developer

at Wikifactory

Salary: 45k - 65k (Euros)

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Minimum 3 years strong experience building applications in Python and/or Golang.
  • Strong computer science knowledge (University not required)
  • Knowledge of linux system administration
  • AWS or similar cloud computing environment
  • Ansible or similar deployment automation tools
  • A fascination with digital fabrication technologies or interest in hardware development
  • Strong command of English is required

How to get the job:
Be really good at various programming backend languages such as pythin, ruby, php and .net. A backend developer has to managing and improving the backend infrastructure (currently AWS centric), maintaining and improving the existing backend applications in Python and Golang.

You will be responsible for developing new capabilities to enable users to work together more effectively on improving product designs and specifications as well as manufacture the products

Treehouse — Wonderful site with short video tutorials and hands-on challenges and quizzes in between to test your knowledge. It’s also game-ified which adds a lot of fun to the mix. Bonus: if you have a San Francisco Library card, you get Treehouse for free! is another great resource if you're up and coming programmer in the new functional land. It has a lot great content from industry leaders, teaching you in a succinct short format. Highly recommend.

See all Remote Backend Developer Jobs.

9. Senior Front End Developer

at Leadr, Inc

Salary:$120k - 120k (US Dollars)

Duties, Responsibilities, and Qualifications:

  • You feel masterful at developing the frontend of beautiful, high-scale Saas web applications but you are yearning for growth. What you yearn for is the ability to exponentially grow your career. Where do I go to from here?
  • At this stage in your career you want to be asked to solve problems, rather than told what to do.
  • You are excited by our tech stack and know that it presents both an opportunity for you dazzle us with your current skills but also stretch and grow.
  • Leadr is an early stage startup and with that comes amazing growth opportunities. Most likely you've only worked at large mature bureaucratic companies or small companies that aren't really growing. Leadr is neither of those things. You are going to stretch so much you'll wish you were made out of nylon.
  • Leadr is doing something radical and exciting. You noticed that when you checked out our website.
  • Whatever happens in the economy, Leadr is a solid financial position. We are startup, but we have 24 months of runway and we believe our product is needed now more than ever.

How to get the job:

A Web developer is who takes web design and turns it into a website. They do this by writing lines and lines of complicated code, using a variety of languages. Web developers usually work in javascript and it's frameworks such as React, Vue and An

Github is the industry-standard for version control and Git/Github should be familiar to the candidate. Also, a web developer is judged by his/her portfolio  when applying for a job. It is often the first thing that an employer will look at when they get your application.

Using JavaScript to build web pages is one thing, understanding how it works is another. One of the best books for learning JavaScript is You Don’t Know JS book series and is available for free.

See all Remote Software Developer Jobs.

10. Data Analytics Immersion Instructor

at Thinkful Inc.

Salary:$70k - 80k (US Dollars)

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Strong expertise with Excel, Tableau, PowerPoint, SQL, and Python, and comfort explaining these topics.
  • Ability to explain complicated topics clearly and without jargon
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • High level of detail orientation and an exceptional work ethic
  • Enjoy working with people, not just putting your head down and working
  • Must have a reliable, high-speed Internet connection
  • Minimum 3-4 years of professional data analytics experience
  • Teaching Experience, especially in a remote or online class, is a plus
  • Must be eligible to work in the United States

How to get the job:

As an Immersive Course Instructor, you will deliver high quality live workshop content based on existing curriculum, preparing students to successfully transition careers. In addition to working directly with students, Instructors are expected to maintain an environment of regular, candid feedback with the Educator Experience team, and to stay on top of important updates via meetings, email, and Slack. Ideal candidates for this team are highly coachable, display genuine student advocacy, and are comfortable working in a complex, rapidly changing environment. Responsibilities:

  • Delivers high quality workshops based on the curriculum materials, and provides live coding demos when appropriate, to supplement written materials and content to provide students with the skills and knowledge to get their first developer job
  • Maintains and updates the daily and weekly student syllabus which outlines the required homework and assignments, and deadlines for assessments and projects
  • Provides up to 2 hours daily of on-demand video and chat support for students as they move through the program assignments
  • Spends up to 4 hours a day prepping for workshops and updating course materials
  • Works with the other Format Leads for engagement formats (Mentor Sessions, Group Sessions, Grading, Technical Coaching, Mock Interviews/Assessments) to ensure that consistent experience is happening for students in immersive courses
  • Provide constructive feedback to the Instructional Design team on improvements to the course materials and curriculum based on student experience with the materials

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11. Senior Python Developer

at Level Agency

Salary:$65k - 85k (US Dollars)

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Implement python framework for effective scaling across agency teams
  • Coordinate with internal teams to understand user requirements and provide technical solutions
  • Participate in the entire application lifecycle, focusing on coding and debugging
  • Assess and prioritize feature requests
  • Writing python best practices
  • Provide training and support to internal teams
  • Writing effective, scalable code
  • Build reusable code and libraries for future use
  • Automation of client and internal products
  • Development and maintenance of ETL integrations
  • Development and maintenance of web integrations
  • Managing automation platforms / tools
  • Dev-ops including system management, server setup and cloud-app setup
  • Developing back-end components to improve responsiveness and overall performance
  • Integrating user-facing elements into applications
  • Improve functionality of existing systems

How to get the job:

A Python developer is responsible for designing, tailoring and developing software applications according to a business’ needs. In addition to the determination and analysis of prerequisites for software, his responsibilities include support and continuous development.

The daily job is about the development and execution of appropriate application programs as well as specified products, programming languages, frameworks, technologies, and tools which are directly or indirectly merged with the collective term.

What does a Python developer need to know?

  • Programming languages ​​and paradigms• Code structure, architecture and system design
  • Development platforms, frameworks, stacks and tools
  • Databases and versioning
  • Testing

See all Remote Python Jobs

And that's all.

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