Have you heard about the concept of Digital Nomads - DN if you prefer? They have become a solid part of the modern workforce, combining remote work and travel into a lifestyle of exploration and travel. More and more companies are hiring freelance and sometimes remote workers. With the openings of so many co-working places around the world, could it become the new way of working?

If you want to quit your 9-to-5 and start living the digital nomad lifestyle, start looking at the following websites. 

Remote Jobs in Europe 

Malt

Malt is a curated local marketplace, connecting freelancers and companies. Currently the number one in France if you're looking for a freelance contract. 

Welcome to the Jungle 

Brand new in France as a job board, Welcome to the Jungle is mostly a content website showcasing companies that recruit people and helping candidates to find a company that really suits them. Mostly full time jobs but you might also find some freelance and contract opportunities. 

Fuyons La Défense 

The small website trying to make a difference, Fuyons la Defense offers volunteer opportunities as well as long-term contracts and freelance jobs.  

EuropeRemotely

Check out EuropeRemotely's curated job board from companies that are happy to work with remote developers in European time zones.

 

Tech Remote Jobs

Stack Overflow

Stack Overflow is the go-to job board for many top tech talents, especially for software engineers. Type in "remote" in the location field and you’ll get a list of more than 2,000 jobs that fit the bill.

dribbble

Dribbble is a wonderful site for designers to find their next gig. Big companies such as Kraken or Buffer are quite active in recruiting new talents amongst the dribbble community.

Comet

Fairly new in the game, Comet brings together in their talent pool freelance tech and data talents via their Slack community. 

 

Remote Jobs Worldwide

RemoteOK

Launched by the founder of NomadList, the job board RemoteOK features daily new remote jobs – both full-time employment, contract and freelance opportunities.

We Work Remotely 

We Work Remotely became one of the most popular places to find a freelance contract or remote jobs from customer service, to web design, to programming. We Work Remotely connects over 130.000 monthly users with remote opportunities.

Upwork

Upwork features remote jobs in a suite of categories: from virtual assistants to mobile app developers. Upwork claims that more than 1 million companies use the site to hire remote freelancers. But be careful (and not too disappointed), the selection of profiles can be quite harsh for certain industries.

FlexJobs

Not a big fan of the site's design and usability, but still, FlexJobs is one of the leadings job sites out there with remote work opportunities. They screen each posting so you can be confident they're legitimate with currently over 30.000 total positions listed.

LinkedIn 

Believe it or not but LinkedIn is actually really powerful when it comes to find a job and from time to time, you'll be able to find some freelance remote contracts. I highly recommend you to add as many contacts as you can and follow their news. Most of them will share jobs opportunities.