250+ Sites to find freelance work in 2020

250+ Sites to find freelance work and resources in 2020. Freelancers find work. Companies find top talent.

As the nation’s workforce is quarantined and layoffs continue, many workers are finding the need to replace or add to their existing income.  One way to accomplish this goal is to find work as a freelancer (work at home (WAH), gig worker, microworker, contract worker, part-time worker, crowdsource, and even some full-time work)

While some may see this as temporary, both sides of the coin (businesses and freelance) may find theses outlet for hiring and finding work to be beneficial over time.

Be sure to check your state’s requirements regarding rules and regulations when hiring freelancers. Freelancers be sure to keep track of you earnings for tax purposes.

The list includes

  • Companies that cater to freelance work
  • Newsletters and website to find new opportunities
  • A variety of opportunities including
    • Technical (computer, engineer, IT, software development, game development)
    • Writing (blogs, scripts, editing, copywriting, journalism)
    • Website (design, WordPress, SEO, logo design)
    • Business (marketing, sales, management, project management, engineering)
    • Support groups
    • Local and international opportunities
    • Media (audio, visual, graphic designers, television, film, theater, music, social media)
    • Tutors and Teachers (English, Math, Science)
    • Music teachers (piano, voice, guitar)
    • Variety of levels (students, moms, beginners, mid-levels, advanced, executives)
    • Virtual Assistance (data entry, administration, call centers)
    • Government
    • Medical and health care
    • Professionals (doctors, lawyers, mechanics)
    • Transportation (rideshare)
    • Food delivery (take-out, grocery)
    • In-person, local, remote, online, virtual opportunities
    • Moving
    • Translators
    • Photography
    • Traditional and start-ups

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0-9: 2 Listings

  1. 10x Management is an agency that helps developers, designers, and coders to get job. When you register on this website, you will get support from representatives who answers your questions and give a resolution.
  2. 99Designs This freelance website aims to focus on designer jobs – everything from logos to book covers. It also allows clients to start a contest that everyone in 99Designs can participate in.

A: 14 Listings

  1. Accountemps is a freelancing and temporary employment platform for accounting and administrative professionals. It contracts with mid- and large-size companies for accounting or data entry projects, general back-office support, loan origination, auditing work, tax-related projects, and collections.
  2. Airbnb employs photographers to visit homes and photograph them for “verified” photos for their site.
  3. All Freelance Writing is a site that enables you to find a freelance writing job. You can quickly find jobs based on dates and payment ranges. Jobs include arts & news writing, book editing, and lifestyle-related writing.
  4. All Indie Writers is free to use and apply for jobs, and their layout makes it easy to compare the available projects by the client’s budget.
  5. Alorica-At-Home program is run by Alorica Inc.a company that hires work from home service reps, has announced the immediate availability of thousands of jobs where employees can grow in their careers without leaving their homes.
  6. Amazon Flex provides individuals the opportunity to deliver Amazon packages including Amazon, Prime Now and Amazon Fresh, Store orders (Whole Foods), and Instant Offers. Most drivers make $18-$25 an hour and they have flexible hours and opportunities 7 days a week.
  7. Angel.co lets you apply privately to thousands of startup jobs at some of the most notable companies in the world. While many jobs are full-time opportunities, some high-quality freelance gigs pop up every occasionally.
  8. AngelList is the go-to platform for all things start-ups. While the site offers a variety of services for start-ups, it’s most popular and well-known feature is its extensive job board, which connects talent with start-up opportunities—including freelance jobs.
  9. Aquent is well-established and known to deliver high-quality workers for creative, digital, and marketing purposes.
  10. Art Wanted If you’re more of a graphic designer or digital illustrator (or even if you’re pretty skilled already on the side), you can put up your masterpieces on Art Wanted.
  11. Assemble is a network of creatives, including directors, creative videographers, editors, and motion artists that provide collaboration between employers and freelancers.
  12. Assistant Match makes connections for you to provide virtual assistance work.
  13. Authentic Jobs connects creative professionals with great companies and outstanding work opportunities including at companies like Apple, NPR, Squarespace, Facebook and more.
  14. Awesome Web is a small, freelancer marketplace where you can submit your portfolio for approval and gain access to exclusive freelance jobs.

B: 12 Listings

  1. BackDoorJobs.com  specializes in “short-term job adventures” in the U.S. and overseas. It includes opportunities to teach abroad, work on farms and help provide what’s known as wilderness therapy (using expeditions for therapeutic intervention).
  2. Bark is a web-based platform that is aimed at reforming the work landscape for local sellers and buyers. All you have to do is let them know the services that you can offer, and Bark will find you the ideal buyer.
  3. Behance helps you to work as a graphic designer for full time, as a freelancer, or internship project. You may find a job in various categories like architecture, branding, fashion, illustration, photography, and more.
  4. Belay separates itself from other freelance job sites by offering mainly virtual and personal assistant services to clients. Jobs offered on the site are generally remote and offers other services like bookkeeping and website management.
  5. Bird is changing the future of transportation by providing an on-demand personal electric vehicle sharing network. Go out into the community to find Birds in order to complete a move task that requires no charging or a charge task where you’ll take Birds to your residence for charging and release them the next morning.
  6. Blue Acorn was formed to address the growing strategic needs of its digital customers, particularly in developing cohesive customer experiences. It works with global organizations at the intersection of analytics, customer experience, digital commerce, and full-service commerce “to create meaningful digital experiences” across numerous verticals.
  7. Bluecrew classifies all of its Crew Members as employees. This means all Crew Members already have access to the benefits and protections afforded to employees, including paid sick leave, workers’ compensation, unemployment insurance, and health insurance
  8. Blogging Pro Job Board is a free website that enables you to make a career as a blogger. This company helps bloggers and freelancers to find the job they are looking for. You can post the job in Blogging Pro, and you can get a response within 2-3 days.
  9. Boon was created. Boon is a proprietary marketplace app that connects licensed healthcare professionals to contract work opportunities on-demand. With the click of a button, a healthcare practice can hire a temporary worker knowing that they have been thoroughly screened, licenses are validated and background checks are conducted.
  10. BrandCrowd is an easy-to-use online marketplace for designers, where you can advertise and sell your logo designs – you complete a 3-step process, enter your basic info, and then upload your designs.
  11. Bonsai is a gig list with the latest information about opportunities in design, development and writing gigs from the best companies, once a week, straight to your inbox.
  12. Broxer provides you with a job board listing both remote and on-location work.  You can search for SEO, Content Writer, Design, Video Creation, Translation, and Sound Design work, among other opportunities.

C: 23 listings

  1. Care.com allows an individual or business to build a profile on their website. If you offer child care, senior care, pet care, housekeeping, or tutoring this is a place to get started.
  2. CareerBuilder is a classic job board with all the classic job board elements – you can browse through a list of available jobs, speed up your search by entering keywords or location, and refine your search by selecting the right parameters.
  3. Catalant assists professionals by helping them connect to the right businesses who need their services, making use of an agile operating model to accelerate the work process. It employs machine learning and artificial intelligence to enhance the system with functionalities that include content similarity, collaborative filtering, and knowledge management. If you are a freelancer, you are given a chance to join a rich talent pool where you can market your skills to a variety of companies.
  4. ClickWorker This site has paid VA tasks, including writing, data entry, and researching. Take a quick assessment test and then you get access to their jobs board. It includes listings by a variety of companies, even large ones like PayPal!
  5. Cloud Nerd offers cloud application system consulting and cloud software integration, customization, and implementation services. It specializes in acquiring, customizing, integrating, and maintaining Software-as-a-Service-based solutions for companies worldwide.
  6. CloudPeeps web portal that focuses on general freelancing work related to marketing, copywriting, social media, and email marketing, It has more than thousand professionals who are working as a freelancer.
  7. CodePen is a social development environment aimed at front-end developers and designers that features a comprehensive job board – work provided includes both remote and location-based jobs.
  8. Codeable helps you to find a job as a WordPress developer. Here, you have to solve the issue related to WordPress. Team working for this site will match your programming skills with the recruiter’s need before assigning allocating work.
  9. College Recruiter is a freelance job site specifically made for recent graduates as well as currently enrolled students of colleges, universities, and graduate schools. Established in 1991, the company currently has 10 million students and 7 million graduates listed in their database. It boasts more than a hundred thousand job postings and hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies as clients.
  10. CoolWorks.com This site features seasonal and part-time “jobs in great places” and is designed to be as appealing to boomers as it is for their kids.
  11. Contena is a freelance job site dedicated to writers. What makes it different, however, is that it collects every writing opportunity you can find on the internet in one job board, making the job hunting process easier.
  12. Contently is a content marketing platform that connects brands with writers for a variety of content projects (like blog posts, white papers and case studies). To get started, all you have to do is create an online portfolio that showcases your best work; then, brands can check out your samples and get in touch with any projects they think would be a good fit.
  13. Commission Crowd is a sales network with a job board offering freelance, commission-only jobs in the sales industry – you can browse the board to look for opportunities, and you pay no service fee to the website for the jobs you get hired to do.
  14. Communo is home to thousands of experts who are looking to connect, collaborate and succeed by offering a variety of opportunities.
  15. Computer Assistant offers a free skill posting service website for computer support jobs. Post your schedule, how far you are willing to drive, and how you are contacted.  The company will contact you when a job becomes available in your area. 
  16. Coroflot enables you to work as a web designer, fashion designer, art director, creative director, and more. It helps you to connect designers with numerous opportunities around the world.
  17. CQL Incorporated is an integrated digital agency within the information technology and services industry. The company is on a mission to help organizations envision new ideas, work smarter, and grow by delivering digital solutions that are customized for each specific client.
  18. Craigslist is a great place to find a used couch or to sell your old records—but it also happens to be a great place to look for freelance jobs. This well-known classified ads website has become a go-to for employers thanks to its wide reach and low job posting fees.
  19. Crowded boasts its AI-powered recruitment process that will find the most suitable applicants for companies. This freelance website will rank everyone based on their price, experience, and skills.
  20. CrowdSpring is a contest platform that caters to graphic designers, creative copywriters, web designers and developers, and packaging designers.
  21. Crowdsource is considered one of the largest freelance job sites in the market today, the company’s specialty revolves around content creation and monitoring for media companies and publishers
  22. Cruise Ship Jobs  this site is the perfect entryway to travel photography and a variety of other jobs.
  23. CyberCoders is an award-winning recruiting company for the accounting, engineering, executive, finance, legal, marketing, operational, sales, scientific, and technology industries. CyberCoders’ proprietary technology, Cyrus, allows for quick and accurate searches, helping to match the best candidate with the right job.

D: 11 Listings

  1. Damongo is a marketplace where you can find micro jobs – you can either post your offer or browse through a list of clients who are looking for someone to work on their projects.
  2. DesignBro is also a contest-based platform where you can submit your designs as response to client requests.
  3. DesignContest is a marketplace where beginning freelance designers compete for new clients. The upside of DesignContest, is clients can also hire you directly if you perform well in the competition marketplace. 
  4. DesignCrowd is a freelance job site made especially for designers. The freelance website offers a variety of design jobs with categories like web, logo, graphics, and shirt design, among others.
  5. DesignHill is another virtual marketplace for creatives specializing in digital work. The platform prides itself in allowing clients to provide real-time feedback, giving users a more productive interactive experience.
  6. Dice is an easy-to-navigate job platform, where you’ll see all listed jobs posted on a board simply select your desired title, location, company, employment type, and whether you want to be hired directly or via a recruiter.
  7. Digital Freelancer allows you to tap into their collection of pre-vetted freelance jobs and get straight to doing what you’re good at – selling your value.
  8. Dolly.com has two different types of helpers for moving. You can apply as a “helper” if you have a pickup truck, cargo van, or box truck. You can also be a “hands” if you have a car can lift over 75 pounds to assist the helpers.
  9. DoorDash is a San Francisco-based on-demand prepared food delivery service company.
  10. Dribble is a hub for the people who are hunting for a freelancing job. It is a place where you can easily share your web designing work with employers and find the most relevant job opportunities. This website contains numerous projects for UI & UX designers, product designers, Visual designers, brand designers, etc.
  11. Due is for freelancer website for technical writers. You can do work like writing useful guides on payments, Blockchain currency, invoicing, and more. It enables you to work independently for clients or companies. This site helps you to lunch your career and to get freelance jobs of your interest.

E: 5 listings

  1. EasyShift app offers an interesting take on microtasking in that it focuses on your local area. Tasks might include taking pictures of products at local stores, checking prices, or looking into local stores’ promotions. There are tasks available across the United States, and you’ll get paid within two days of completing a task.
  2. eBay considering selling your used and new electronic, clothes, collectibles, and more on the world’s online marketplace.
  3. Envato Studio is a community of designers and developers where you can find jobs such as logo design, website design, and landing page design.   
  4. Escape the City started as a small email to a few friends containing the “top 10” opportunities to “escape” your day job. They’ve now grown to over 250,000 subscribers and have become an excellent freelance website for finding remote & freelance jobs anywhere in the world.
  5. Etsy: Are you artsy or crafty? Then consider selling your goods on Etsy. Last year, 30 million buyers spent almost $3 billion on the site.

F: 21 Listings

  1. F6S is home to over a million tech founders, 800k startups and more than 10,000 startup programs globally, which means a lot of people and companies looking to hire talented freelancers.
  2. Facebook has many groups that focus on offering and telling about jobs. Find online and local jobs. The possibilities are endless. Do a search with the type of jobs, or location, you are looking for. Join the group to learn about different opportunities.
  3. Fancy Hands offers virtual assistant jobs in US. Here, you can get a job for data entry, delivering a food, call center, generating a lead, and scheduling appointments.
  4. Field Agent connects businesses that need work done with on-demand workers looking to make a little extra money. It connects workers across the United States and six other countries to equip brands, retailers, and other businesses with fast, accurate retail information, shopper insights, and digital product demos.
  5. Findeavor is a “micro job site” market place.  You may be thinking “thanks, but I still have no clue what that means”.  It’s an online micro job community that allows for the sale and purchase of products or services between $5 and $500. As a micro job seller it allows you to sell a lot of little things which can quickly add up to a lot.  As a buyer, you can get a great deal on a lot of crazy stuff.
  6. FindSideGigs.com not only sends you the latest part-time remote gigs available on the Internet, it also provides you all the other information you need to help you land the job straight to your email.
  7. Fiverr Freelancers can showcase finished projects to the public so potential clients can easily pick someone whose creation sparks their interest. It’s an alternative that removes the need to contact workers one by one.
  8. FlexJobs is a job board that specializes in “flexible” jobs, which includes remote work (both full- and part-time), on-site jobs with flexible or alternative schedules and freelance opportunities.
  9. Folyo is a private design community that connects designers with agencies and startups looking for design work – it’s difficult to get in, and the website’s owner (who’s also a designer) screens all applicants personally, but once you’re in, you’ll get a decent chance to expand your client pool.
  10. Frank Recruitment Group has been a leader in IT recruitment, matching organizations around the world with perfectly tailored and vetted tech professionals. The team specializes in recruitment for Microsoft technology, sales, Amazon Web Services, ERP, ServiceNow, programming, and more across separate brands.
  11. FreeeUp is an up and coming freelancer marketplace that prides itself on connecting clients with the top 1% of freelancers in the market today. With its extensive 5-step interview process, clients are assured of getting high-quality, pre-vetted freelancers who specialize in ecommerce, digital marketing, and virtual assistance, among others.
  12. Free and Willing provides freelancers the ability to let prospective clients know that they are available for work.
  13. Freedom With Writing Not only can you sign up for their newsletter with writing opportunities, you can actually submit to write for them. They pay well, but you’ll need to come up with a pretty good idea to pitch. If you have a concept you think will work well, it’s definitely worth a shot. While you’re waiting to hear back, you can always check out the opportunities in their newsletter too.
  14. Freelanced dubs itself as the “freelance social network” with its website’s homepage layout resembling Facebook. Beyond the looks, the site does function as a social media site too with features that allow you to add friends and follow other people.
  15. Freelancer is a  well-known freelance marketplace that boasts an impressive client list (on its homepage, the company lists the platform as being used by business juggernauts like Microsoft, Boeing and Intel).
  16. FreelanceMyWay offers a bidding-based job board where you can find job categories such as web development, mobile phone development, designing, writing, data entry, admin, SEO, and marketing jobs.
  17. Freelance Photographer Jobs is an aggregate job board of postings from around the web, but the benefit to this one is that it’s curated – they don’t just dump whatever they find into the mix.
  18. Freelance Wave compiles remote and freelance jobs from companies around the web. And because they charge the companies to post to their job board, they’ve got a built-in filtering system which means less work for you.
  19. Freelance Writing is a source of writing jobs for freelancers. It is very easy to filter the job types you want and the experience you have. This website is free for the people who are seeking a job for an instructional designer, technical writer, automotive writer, and production editor.
  20. Freelance Writing Gigs is part job board, part resource for writers and editors. The site scours the internet and posts relevant freelance writing and editing gigs twice a week alongside tips and articles on everything from how to improve your writing skills to how to build a viable freelance writing or editing career.
  21. Freelancermap focuses on IT projects only. It includes web development work, game development, and even social media. Many, but not all, of the projects there are remote.

G: 19 listings

  1. Gengo is an exclusive translation platform where it’s difficult to get in, but you’ll get to enjoy a number of great benefits if you do. You’ll be able to choose your own projects and clients, partake in the website’s forum, as well as make use of innovative translator technology and other resources.
  2. Genuine Jobs is a classic job board – you get to browse through a list of jobs (listed in order of date posted – the freshest jobs go on top), and then apply to those you like directly from the website.
  3. Gigbucks offers a free and easy to use platform for freelancers and to offer their services priced from $5 to $50 bucks per gig.
  4. Gigster helps web developers and software developers to find a job. It has a screening process that makes it easier to match freelancers with projects. The team working at Gigster handles sales and administrative functions so that you can focus on core job.
  5. GigNow is a talent marketplace that matches contract workers with gigs at iconic organizations around the world.
  6. GigSmart, the modern staffing solution connecting businesses with available workers, has job board for its Get Gigs user base. It is designed to help users find permanent part-time and full-time positions, all within the Get Gigs app
  7.   GigWalk allows you to work when and where you want to – you can even start making money today.
  8. Gigworker covers a wide range of gig economy opportunities, including rideshare, delivery, scooter charging, tasks, caretaking, property rental, and everything in between.
  9. GigX connects organizations seeking top-notch professionals with executives seeking fractional / independent work
  10. GitHub posts various job opportunities from around the world in the field of development.  Freelancers are able to filter by job description, benefits provided, companies, expertise, and location – to get all the newest postings that suit your interest directly to your email
  11. Globtra is a translation community where you can connect with clients and take on various translation projects – you’ll just need to open a free account, select your language pair(s), and define your skills first.
  12. goLance is an international job platform that offers a large job base covering various job categories – you’ll be able to search the job board by entering your keywords, or select a specific job category.
  13. Google My Business is an opportunity for you to be found by new potential clients. Based on the location of your business listing on the search results page, it’s most likely the first thing they’ll see when they conduct that search.
  14. Government Bids is the answer for businesses seeking to enter or expand into the government market, or for those wanting to ensure they find the opportunities they need, when they need them. Thanks to their  easy-to-use online service, customers obtain direct and instant access to government bids, contract awards and advance information about upcoming opportunities at the local, state, and federal levels, aggregated daily from thousands of sites, numerous government publications and public meeting reports, and supplemented and monitored by our team of research experts.
  15. Graphicriver is an online community, which is a part of the Envato market, where you can sell your logos, icons, presentation templates, fonts, prints, customizable design kits, and similar design work.
  16. GrowthHub offers an easy-to-navigate job board aimed at Marketers, SEO Specialists, and Community Managers, among other digital professionals – simply search by desired keyword, job category, and location.
  17. GrubHub is an American online and mobile prepared food ordering and delivery marketplace that connects diners with local takeout restaurants. You can sign up to deliver food 
  18. Guru is a freelance site that helps beginners to create a profile. In this web site, freelancers can do finance, marketing, engineering administrative, etc. job.
  19. Gun.io Gun.io is a place for professional freelancers. It has a selection process for both companies looking for freelancers and developers who are applying for the job. Once you are evaluated, the team at Gun.io will match your skills with employer’s job. It ensures the enduring relationship between employees and employers.

H: 6 listings

  1. HelloRache is a US-based company offering virtual assistant jobs in the healthcare industry.
  2. Hexi Design is a website were clients post a logo design project outlining their needs.  Freelancers compete for the project and the winning designer is paid the prize money and the client receives the final artwork files with permanent ownership and complete copyright.
  3. Hireable is a freelance job site that provides clients with a platform to hire freelancers to help them grow their businesses.
  4. HR Lancers – freelance gigs and projects for HR pros and independent recruiters. Free to join, no fees.
  5. Hubstaff Talent is a platform that enables people to work full time, based on an hourly contract and fixed price. You can find a job as a networking and infrastructure manager, help desk manager, receptionist, account executive, or product marketing.
  6. Humanatic, you’ll listen to recorded calls, and then answer questions about the calls. The service then provides companies with detailed analytics so they can hopefully improve their customer service processes.

I: 4 Listings

  1. iFreelance involve employers posting a job for free and freelancers paying a monthly fee  and freelancers pay a monthly fee starting at $7 per month, depending on benefits. Beyond that monthly fee, freelancers keep 100 percent of their earnings.
  2. If You Could Jobs is another selection of designer jobs – you get all jobs in a list, and you make your pick, depending on your desired company, location, project budget, type of contract, and end application date.
  3. Indeed one of the biggest jobs sites in the world lists thousands of jobs posted every hour by a variety of companies. 
  4. Instacart is an American technology company that operates as a same-day grocery delivery and pick-up service in the U.S. and Canada

J: 6 Listings

  1. JobBoy is a sophisticated online work search engine (WSE). Jobboy’s sole purpose is to maintain job listings posted by online employers for employees to find and apply to earn money.
  2. Jobility makes it easy for both Gigees and Hirers to find exactly what they’re looking for. People are matched to Gigs through the digital magic of our matchmaking engine
  3. JobStack is PeopleReady’s app-based, flexible solution for finding the work you want, when you want it. By using JobStack, you can build work around your life, not life around your work.
  4. Joomlancers  has a super-fast sign up process, and you can pretty much immediately start bidding on jobs. They do focus on mostly intermediate to advanced software projects, though, so not a great place for beginners.
  5. Journalism Jobs is a job board for journalists in search of their next gig. The site hosts a wide variety of journalism opportunities, including both editing and writing/reporting jobs.
  6. Just Answer is a platform to ask professionals such as Doctors, Lawyers, Mechanics and more questions 24/7.  You name your price and save time and money over in-person visits.  After deciding on your needs, you talk 1-on-1 online with an expert in about 7 minutes.    

K: 2 Listings

  1. Konker is online platform that focuses on stuff related to SEO (Search Engine Optimization). You can apply for jobs creating back-links, content, marketing using YouTube SEO, keyword research, and site optimization. It provides both online and offline job opportunities.
  2. Kropa is is considered to be a Creative Industry job board and a portfolio-hosting website that helps freelancers land clients from some of the world’s most trusted brands.

L: 8 Listings

  1. Lambda School offers an online computer science education with no up-front costs. Rather than paying tuition, students pay a percentage of their income after securing employment, and tuition payments are only required if their income exceeds $50k per year.
  2. LessonFace provides students with the opportunity to use their own live video conference to be face to face with a music teacher of their choice.
  3. Leidos is science and technology company, Leidos provides services and products to the national security, health, and engineering industries. High-technology products developed by Leidos include customized and standard hardware; software, such as security instruments; automatic equipment identification (AEI) technology; sensors; and nondestructive imaging.
  4. Lime is an electric scooter sharing company. Juicers, as the company calls them, can earn up to $30+ per hour and $100+ per night collecting, charging and redistributing Lime-S
  5. LinkedIn Profinder aims to help freelancers find projects with their massive database of users, connecting with clients and other professionals is made easier and less complicated.
  6. Local Solo provides freelancers with more control compared to other freelance job sites. With no commission fees and a totally free service, freelancers only need to create profiles to attract clients.
  7. Lorem allows freelancers the ability to easily search for website development job. This website provides a simple way to connect freelancers with clients. Beginners can find a job like building a new website, customizing it, making a marketing strategy, and debugging an error.
  8. Lyft is a American ride sharing company based in San Francisco, California. You can provide car rides and food delivery.

M: 10 Listings

  1. Mandy is a website is dedicated solely to the TV and film production work. In this website, you can find many jobs, including composers, casting assistants, editors, and more. The main advantage of this site is that you do not have to sort through inappropriate jobs.
  2. Mechanical Turk is Amazon’s foray into the online freelance marketplace. Mechanical Turk connects freelancers with businesses who need small jobs—called human intelligence tasks (HITs) on the site.
  3. Media Bistro is a freelancing job platform that offers gigs in a variety of categories including writing and editing.  If you have a little bit knowledge in managing social media or editing content, then you can easily work.
  4. Microworkers is an innovative, International online platform that connects Employers and Workers from around the world. Their unique approach guarantees Employers that a task paid is a task successfully done, while Workers that successfully complete a job get paid.
  5. Minijobz has a unique approach guaranteeing employers that every task paid is successfully completed while guaranteeing that workers get paid for every job they complete. Post jobs and get success. Do jobs and earn money.
  6. Monster lets you find jobs in the US, connect with employers, and make use of tailored career advice.  Once you create a free account, you’ll get a chance to upload your resume and receive customized job alerts for positions you’re looking for.
  7. Moonlighting, a leading independent worker-focused platform and tools provider, today announced in response to the impact Coronavirus is having on gig, freelance and part-time workforces, its services are now available free of charge until further notice.
  8. Motion Recruitment Partners founded in 1989, is the parent company of three industry-leading recruitment agencies: Jobspring Partners, Sevenstep, and Workbridge Associates. Across its three businesses, Motion Recruitment Partners strives to maintain long-lasting relationships with clients, teammates, and candidates to achieve true expertise within its industry specialties and geographic markets.
  9. Morning Coffee Newsletter. You sign up and get an email every day with the latest and greatest freelance writing jobs.
  10. MyFonts is an online marketplace aimed especially at font creators – you can sell and advertise your custom-made fonts.

N: 2 Listings

  1. Nexxt is designed to connect highly-skilled professionals and businesses looking to hire great talent. Freelancers can easily hunt for highly-suitable projects and jobs by simply going through advertisements and position descriptions displayed by the system. You can choose from a variety of business clients, which range from small to large enterprises. Communication between clients and professionals is also improved, allowing both parties to work more harmoniously.
  2. NoDesk Remote Job Board is all about digital nomads and remote work. They’ve been around since 2015 and been described as a “better Google” for nomad entrepreneurs and an encyclopedia for the remote worker.

O: 2 Listings

  1. Online Writing Jobs Get paid up to $50 per article writing Web content about what interests you for some of the most recognizable brands in the world.
  2. OnSite is a bit different from other platforms because to become a member, you have to be invited. Freelancers have to provide work samples and have a complete and active profile to be approved ​by the community.

P: 17 Listings

  1. Paid to blog curates a list of jobs to apply for and they make writing jobs available for their site as well. The bad news is that it costs $30 a month to subscribe
  2. Paperell clients can upload their writing-related work requests and reach writers in minutes.  With smart pricing, freelancers will get paid what they deserve. 
  3. Parttimerz is a job platform with a limited selection of jobs where you can find work if you’re a developer, designers, bloggers, admins, data entry specialist, writer…
  4. PeerHustle Using geolocation, freelancers are shown jobs in real time, and are only competing with other freelancers near their location for jobs posted by local companies. Choose to work in person or remotely, and instantly communicate with your potential clients. The client will fund the escrow account so the freelancer can begin work. Once the work has been satisfied, the funds are released to the freelancer.
  5. Pegasystems is a Forbes 100 company and a global, publicly held business process management (BPO) services organization. Pegasystems serves more than 3,000 clients in the manufacturing, credit card, healthcare, media, oil, travel, financial, pharmaceutical, insurance, and consumer packaged goods industries worldwide.
  6. PeoplePerHour This freelance website has over 1.5 million freelancers that used their service. Every worker will have a rating, which is a great promotion. PeoplePerHour is a UK based platform that provides business access to people internationally interested in freelancing work.
  7. Photography Jobs Central. This is a subset of Creative Jobs Central and their premium membership cost money, but they have over a thousand actively posting companies and they virtually guarantee that you will have jobs available in your area. It also weeds out amateurs and reduces competition, which can be worth it if you have a little extra to spend.
  8. Photography Jobs Finder allows you to search through all the photography jobs posted, as well as being able to upload your resume so clients can find you.
  9. Photography Jobs Online is a marketplace for your photos, not for jobs. If you have a backlog of photos that you want to try and make money from, try submitting them here first and see what happens.
  10. Postmates is an American company that employs couriers to deliver goods locally.  Order delivery or pickup from more than 600000 restaurants, retailers, grocers, and more all across your city
  11. PowerToFly is a developer community where women developers help, elevate, and support each other – and there’s also a job board.
  12. Pro Blogger helps freelancers to find jobs to work from home, copywriting, blog writing, article writing, and much more. Candidates can create a resume on Pro Blogger with ease. They can even save and bookmark jobs. One benefit of this website is that you can manage job alerts.
  13. ProductionHUB is a network for the people who like to work as video editors. You can highlight your work and on this website to connect clients. Here, you have to create a profile to respond or bid on projects. ProductionHUB also allows you to full and part-time jobs.
  14. Programmer Meet Designer This site brings together every type of freelancer needed to make a website great, including programmers, developers, and designers. It has a  pretty easy job board to search through, highlighting budget, skill set required, and deadline.
  15. PROJECT4HIRE This platform connects freelancers to clients all over the world. Freelancers apply to and quote jobs that have been posted by clients. Clients relay the project scope and requirements/skill set that is needed. Clients then select the client of their choice, and jobs can be anything from graphic design, programming, and even bookkeepers.
  16. Proz.com offers an extensive job-board with the latest offerings in translation jobs (languages pairs include Spanish to French, English to Norwegian, German to French, etc.) – a lot of clients request freelancers especially.
  17. PubLoft is a place to find freelance work for clients. Before you apply for the job, you have to pass the vetting process (checking background before hiring). Here, you will get payment every other week.

R = 13 Listings

  1. RapidWorkers is a crowdsource service with to more than 100,000 Workers. Their team helps individuals, small businesses and professionals to create low cost publicity and marketing campaigns to increase sales, better ranking, backlinks and much more… They combine workers and employers to minimize publicity and marketing costs while at the same time providing money to everyday users.
  2. Reddit, being the meeting point of many professionals, is also a great opportunity for you to land a freelance job – specifically, you can check out the /r/ForHire page, and offer your services (posts labeled as “for Hire”) or look for jobs (posts labeled as “Hiring”).
  3. RedGage enables you to make money online from your blogs, photos, videos, and links.
  4. Red Hat generally deals with higher-level clients and employs a pool of skilled freelancers who provide a myriad of services.  From software development to sales and customer service, there’s practically a freelancer available for every skill set required.
  5. Ratracerebellion.com Out of all the types of flexible job listings, finding quality and legitimate work-from-home gigs tends to be the most problematic. This site screens all its listings and compiles them into a free daily e-newsletter. You’ll find a variety of jobs, including customer-service, administrative, technical and writing projects.
  6. Remote makes freelancing simple and straightforward by connecting freelancers with clients directly. Clients looking for a certain skill set just send a job request to freelancers who match their needs.
  7. Remote.co Remote.co is a resource for companies that seek remote workers as an opportunity, from hiring to training to managing distributed teams. Which means their clients are always looking for talented freelancers to join their remote teams.
  8. RemoteOK The goals of RemoteOK is to help you find a job that you can do from anywhere in the world. It’s from the makers of NomadList and other resources for freelancers and independents who want to live and work from anywhere in the world.
  9. Remotive.io Remotive helps remote workers find great gigs with their job list and also has compiled a list of 500+ startups who welcome and celebrate remote work, most of those are actively hiring.
  10. Rent-a-Coder is a freelance job site for clients who are looking for developers, programmers, and even designers depending on the need. The site is unique and specifically caters to programmers be it for the web, mobile, or desktop.
  11. Roadie is an on-the-way delivery service that connects people and drivers already heading that way.
  12. Robert Half International is comprised of eight divisions. The company owns and manages staffing and consulting operations in over 400 global locations and has been named one of the World’s Most Admired Companies by Fortune magazine.
  13. Rover is a website designed to connect dog sitters and walkers with their human parents.

S: 29 Listings

  1. SAHMjobs Catered towards Moms, this freelance job site looks to provide new opportunities with flexible hours. With part-time, remote and freelance job listings, you’ll find resources and tools to help you land new work.
  2. Salesforce App Exchange Job Board. Salesforce is known as a leading CRM (customer relationship management) tool for companies of all shapes and sizes. On top of just that though, they have an App Exchange job board where companies that integrate with Salesforce can post about their hiring needs—many of which require freelance or remote salespeople.
  3. Scalable Path is a network for matching remote developers and clients all over the world – you’ll find work if you’re a frontend or backend developer, but there’s also work for other digital professionals (graphics designers, copywriters, project managers, to name a few).
  4. Scripted is a freelance writing platform where you’ll gain access to a pool of clients, if you pass the necessary tests. It pairs the best writers with the best clients. Scripted writers earn an average of over ten cents per word and fully control their pricing and workload.
  5. SEOClerks is a marketplace specifically designed for SEO service. It enables you to filter jobs by price, level, etc. Job seekers can search for on-page SEO, build backlinks, increase website traffic, online marketing, and more. You can receive emails for jobs that are similar to the applied job.
  6. Servicescape is a freelance job website for working with startups and SMBs. This website offers jobs for editors, translators, graphic designers, writers, etc. You can interact with clients in numerous ways by sending a message, making a phone call, etc.
  7. ShiftPixy’s platform includes two layers: the first revolves around building operators a robust, easy-to-use digital ordering platform that boosts customer engagement and spending, while the second handles driver management, intercepting online orders, finding a designated driver, creating a driver route, and communicating with the customer as the order is completed.
  8. Shipt is a membership-based grocery marketplace, enabling delivery of fresh foods and household essentials. Earn up to $22/hr or more shopping for Shipt members.
  9. SimplyHired One of the best things about Simply Hired is that you can browse freelance jobs in your nearby location. Additionally, there is a list of top salaries and a tool to estimate your fee. This is helpful to benchmark for a specific work you want to do.
  10. Sittercity  for connects sitters and families.  It includes opportunities for full-time and part-time nannies, infant care, date-night, daytime, pet sitting, special needs sitters, and elder care.
  11. Skillshare is an American online learning community for people who want to learn from educational videos. The courses, which are not accredited, are available through subscription. The majority of courses focus on interaction rather than lecturing, with the primary goal of learning by completing a project.  Become a teacher by creating a course.
  12. Skip The Drive e tries to simplify the job search process by providing pre-filtered job listings that allow for work-from-home opportunities.
  13. Skyword Loads of content marketing vacancies can be easily found here. You can register to work as a freelance content strategist, editorial manager, and so on.
  14. Skooli offers a tutoring platform for both online and in-person tutoring in elementary, middle school, high, highschool, and college subjects.
  15. Smashing Jobs helps designers and developers find great jobs and connect with great companies.
  16. Smashing Magazine is a website that offers jobs for UX designers, web designers, JavaScript developers, Java developers, Mobile app developers, and more. You can easily search for remote, full time, and part-time jobs with the time commitment you like.
  17. Snagajob  Workers pick up shifts at a variety of businesses and learn new skills while earning extra cash. Workers review shift details including uniform and basic requirements, they claim the shift and show up prepared and ready to work.
  18. Spare5 is meant to help developers and businesses complete simple tasks that still require a human touch. Tasks often include tagging photographs, offering keywords for photos, or even finding the edges of a photographed object. The goal is to help computers get smarter by feeding them loads of data. You might also work on audio or video files
  19. SolidGigs is an excellent alternative for finding freelance gigs on freelance job sites. Unlike many of the other freelance job sites, SolidGigs does the work for you by finding all the best freelance jobs available and sending them directly to your email. How easy is that?
  20. Sologig is a job platform with a job board that offers IT and engineering jobs grouped by US state and city. Once you pick a city/job title, you’ll be taken to the job board where you can browse the offerings, refine your search with the right parameters (e.g. you can filter by offered salary) – to apply to a position, you’ll need to provide your email address.
  21. SquadHelp is essentially a contest platform where people compete for the best brand name, but you can also find traditional design jobs, if you dig deeper.
  22. Stack Overflow provides an easy-to-browse job board with various developer jobs, from data engineering to C# Senior Developers.
  23. Stage 32 is a US-based site for creative people who work in television, film, and theatre. It helps you to start a career in video editing. This site has many jobs for short film, documentary editor, film production designer, screenwriter, and more.
  24. Steady is a cool new app and website that consolidates all sorts of “gig economy” opportunities. For example, you can find work from home gigs, flexible “anytime” options, and even regular full- and part-time jobs.
  25. Student Freelancing is focused on helping match companies and students with freelancing jobs
  26. Swagbucks is a simple way to Earn Money Online. Have you ever wanted to make cash while surfing the web, searching on Google, watching YouTube or playing games? Swagbucks is an easy way to cash, gift cards or even make a donation with everyday activities you do with your computer.
  27. Superprof is a private tutor directory in the United States with more than 100000 private tutors, teachers and mentors registered to teach face-to-face and online.
  28. Support.com, Inc. a leader in technical and customer support solutions for businesses and consumers has announced they are hiring for an unlimited number of remote support agent roles to meet the growing demand from businesses that need customer, technical and call center support for their own operations or for their customers.
  29. Support Driven One of the few support-focused job boards out there, definitely keep an eye on it for jobs that are a good fit.

T: 19 Listings

  1. Talent Cupboard. So if you’re reading these and realizing you don’t have quite as much experience as you thought you did, there’s no reason you can’t get started right away – you just need to get started on improving your skills. Talent Cupboard is a great resource for necessities like your digital resume and finding the right clients.
  2. TaskRabbit is a freelance website that focuses on house work. Be it furniture assembling, moving and packing, plumbing, or anything else – you can find it on TaskRabbit.
  3. Testbirds is a site that allows you to get a job related to a website or app test report you will get additional payment for detecting a bug. This freelance website allows you to choose to test during the daytime or at night.
  4. TextBroker is the leading provider of unique, custom content. Thousands of registered authors and customers from around the globe execute more than 100,000 content orders through Textbroker every month. Our clients, including publicly traded corporations, small business owners, e-commerce websites, social media communities, and publishing houses, require a broad variety of content.
  5. The Creative Group The freelance website makes it easy for freelancers out there to find a job they want. TCG, as it’s called, allows you to upload a resume or a LinkedIn profile to start looking for a job.
  6. The Creative Loft is a job site solely for photographers. The job posts are categorized into specific project types like fashion, interior design, or event planning and can be either freelance, part-time, or even full-time.
  7. The Muse  is an online career resource that offers a behind-the-scenes look at job opportunities with hundreds of companies. They believe that you can and should love your job—and be successful at it—and they want to help you make that happen.
  8. Thumbtack is an online service that matches customers with local professionals. Currently, Thumbtack lists 1,100 types of services in categories such as home, wellness, events, and lessons.
  9. Time Etc is another company that sources people that want to land freelance jobs as virtual assistants. They specialize in the virtual assistant space, so you’re sure to find your fit there if that’s exactly what you’re going after.
  10. TopCoder built on the premise of using talented, remote designers and technologists to keep productivity high. 
  11. Toptal is a freelance website, which promises companies they can hire the top 3% of global freelancers.
  12. TRADUguide offers another straightforward job board with a bidding system – you can browse through the available jobs by date posted, or language pair. Each job has its number of already made offers listed, and you’ll also be able to view what projects are currently closed for bidding.
  13. TranslatorBase is a straightforward job board with various language pairs (English – Arabic, Bulgarian – German, Spanich – Estonian, etc) and translation jobs you can choose from (translating CV documents, learning modules, books, video and audio transcripts, etc).
  14. TranslatorsCafe is a translator community, which offers a comprehensive job board with a bidding system – for each translator, proofreading, or interpreter job, you’ll see its language pair and time when it was posted.
  15. Truelancer is a bidding-based job platform, but it’s one of the more popular ones, so it’s always worth checking out. You’ll find interesting projects if you’re a developer, designer, blogger, writer, SEP specialist, or versed in sales & marketing.
  16. Tutor.com offers part-time tutoring job in 8 subject sections (Math, Social Studies, Foreign Language, AP Support, Science…), and over 40 subjects (Geometry, Science, Essay Writing, World History…).
  17. TutorEye is another tutoring platform where you can teach Physics, Chemistry, Science, Algebra, Literature, Precalculus, and Biology, among other subjects, and all online.
  18. Tutor Pace offers online tutoring jobs on a smaller scale, in very specific subjects, such as accounting, computer science, economics, but also Math, Science, and various exam preparation classes.
  19. TutorVista provides the opportunity to do one-on-one online tutoring platform help in subjects such as Math, English, Science, Physics

U: 8 Listings

  1. Uber you are  able to set your own schedule, take on rides when it’s convenient for you, and get paid on a weekly basis. You will, however, have to meet certain requirements, like being at least 21 years old, having at least a one-year old license (or three, if you’re 23), and having access to a 4-door vehicle 10 years old or newer, among other requirements.
  2. Udemy is an online learning/teaching platform where you can advertise your teaching courses in the field of development, design, IT & Software, Personal Development, Marketing, and much more, in over 50 languages.
  3. Unbabel is a translation platform for reviewing and improving translations – the initial translations are carried out through AI, and you’re the human link making sure the text sounds natural and contextually accurate.
  4. University Tutor Professional instructors and peer tutors work with students of all ages in all locations. Offering online college tutoring services in popular classes like college algebra, English, physics, and more, UniversityTutor.com can help students improve and engage more fully in their coursework. Tutors also have experience in areas like differential equations and languages like Hebrew and Mandarin Chinese.
  5. Upwork offers tools to kickstart your freelance journey – collaborative space, built-in invoice maker, and transparent recruitment process. You might also be able to work for many famous clients such as MicrosoftAirbnbDropbox,
  6. User Feel portal offers website testing jobs in more than one language. For example, the tester can submit a review in the native language. To become a tester, you need to register on this website and pass a qualification test. This is an initial process for doing freelancing work as a tester.
  7. User Testing is a place to earn money by testing site. You can access it from your website or app. To earn from User Testing, you just need a PC, microphone, and internet connection. You must have a PayPal account to receive your payment. Once you complete your website testing task, you will get your payment in a few days.

V: 4 Listings

  1. VA Networking is a great way to network with other virtual assistants, along with their great job board that you can search through. They have great advice and resources for beginner VA’s as well
  2. VIPkid for teaching English online.  Work when you want, where you want – with no commitment or minimum hours. No lesson planning. Our platform allows you to focus on what you love – teaching kids.
  3. Virtual Vocations As a 100% telecommute company, VirtualVocations understand the unique challenges job-seekers face when looking for virtual work because they’ve been there. Their mission is to help you find legitimate telecommuting jobs quickly, easily and safely.

W: 12 Listings

  1. We Work Remotely helps you find jobs that aren’t restricted by commutes or a particular geographic area. Many, but not all, are freelance or contract opportunities.
  2. WPHired is another job platform for WordPress professionals, only with a straightforward job board. You can choose a category, location, or enter your keywords, and browse your search results – you’ll find all sorts of WordPress projects here, and positions such as JavaScript WordPress Developer, Senior WordPress Developer, or even WordPress customer support agents.
  3. Wonolo Find and manage quality-rated workers on one simple, centralized platform. Post temporary or long-term jobs and fill your next shift within 12 hours of signing up.
  4. Workhire is a bidding-based job platform aimed at freelancers in India – you get to choose a category (Web Design, Accounting, Medical Writing, Legal, HR jobs…), and then browse the corresponding job board.
  5. Working Not Working accepts only a very small percentage of applicants who request to join their platform—though the level of projects (and pay) once you’re inside can lead to well into thee six-figures in freelance income if you’re staying busy from the gigs their client companies like Apple, Facebook, Google, and more, continually post for designers, artists, photographers, producers and advertising pros.
  6. Working Nomads curates lists of the most interesting remote job offers in many professional career areas. They connect professionals who want to work remotely with innovative companies offering independent positions.
  7. Workhoppers work by matching companies with the Right experts. No middleman. The talent you need. The flexibility you want.
  8. Worldwide 101is another matching service, but this one is a bit more “premium” than the others. If you have some experience, or special skills (like speaking another language), try getting your foot in the door with this site. Their clients are generally higher end, pay more, and the virtual assistants get more regular work.
  9. Writer Access If you want to become a freelance writer, Writer Access is the best platform. It covers all kinds of writing jobs, including online articles, case studies, tech papers, etc.
  10. Writer Bay offers freelance writing job with a flexible schedule and a variety of orders to choose from, our company is for you! Other than writing skills and strong desire to make money, all you need to begin working with us is an Internet connection.
  11. Writers Work If you’re struggling with questions like how do find writing gigs, what to charge for them and where to actually get started – then Writers Work is the perfect place for you. These guys scour the web to find the best writing gigs and deliver them straight to your dashboard.
  12. Wyzant is an online services marketplace in educational technology for matching tutors with students. This organization is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.

X: 1 Listing

  1. XPlace is a subscription-based job marketplace where you can find work in 675 categories (from TV & Theatre Work to Engineering).

Y: 4 Listings

  1. Yelp When you think of yelp you probably think about people snapping photos of their boozy brunches and leaving reviews about restaurants.  What most freelancers don’t realize is that clients use yelp as a way to find new freelancers and agencies to work with. Take advantage of the ability to market yourself on Yelp by creating a profile and listing your business under the appropriate categories.  Yelp has categories for a number of creative services such as web design, graphic design and more.
  2. YouTeam. If you’re an experienced software developer, YouTeam is a great site that’ll pair you up with remote contract work (and even freelance jobs) on-demand. While most engineers on their platform aren’t full-time freelancers, this can be a great place to pick up some long-term projects if you’re already a contractor for another IT consulting firm or software development shop. In order to join the platform, software firms and their developers are first thoroughly vetted and verified, which adds an additional layer of credibility to this platform.
  3. YouTube  offers the opportunity to monetize your videos.  You have to have at least 1,000 subscribers and your videos must have been watched for a total of at least 4,000 hours in the last year. After you meet these requirements, YouTube will review your channel and if everything looks good they’ll approve you for monetization.
  4. YunoJuno is an exclusive designer community for freelancers looking to find work in London – most freelancers from the community are based in London or New York, but you can also apply if you don’t live in these cities.

Z: 4 Listings

  1. Zaarly is another site that helps you match up your skills with local needs, but it’s actually set up to benefit small businesses. As of right now, Zaarly is only available by invitation for small business owners who are known for their customer service.
  2. Zeerk website offers numerous categories like website reviews, writing, posting article or blog, data entry, sales promotions, etc. Once the seller approved your task, you can apply for the withdrawal request. It contains a built-in transaction and conversation management system to provide feedback to the employer.
  3. ZipRecruiter prides itself as the #1 rated job search app for both Android and iOS. With over 7 million active monthly jobseekers and more than a million employers under its belt, the company is considered one of the biggest thriving marketplaces that cater to millions of people around the United States.
  4. Zirtual helps people to find full-time work with ease. It allows you to work remotely. You can find many categories for marketing, like email management, scheduling, researching, event planning, etc. Employers only hire candidates who live in the United States.

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  1. Lisa L

    Great article

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