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Getting started with frelancing - Top sites to land you good paying freelance job

abodmicheal profile image Abod Micheal ・2 min read

Here are list of sites which would help you land good paying jobs as a freelancer,i have used most of this sites and their really good for getting jobs, all you need is to set up a good profile and portfolio, let's get started.

Angel list - They feature jobs from companies and it's a good place to start your journey as a freelance developer
https://angel.co/

working nomads -
Job posting are mostly tech related
https://www.workingnomads.co/jobs

we work remotely -
With this website you could get quick job opportunities but job listing are not up to other site
https://weworkremotely.com/

jobpresso -
Only Remote jobs are listed on here
https://jobspresso.co/remote-work/

remote -
It gives you futures which allows you search on any job type and it's also easy to get freelance jobs
https://remote.co/remote-jobs/

GitHub jobs - Github has a job board and the listings are basically development because Guthub it self is used mostly by developers to share their code.
https://jobs.github.com/

just remote -
Gives the opportunity for developers to get their perfect role
https://justremote.co

pangian -
It's a good place for developers to get jobs and you could also join their community
https://pangian.com/

remote ok - has the feature of filtering by experience and mostly development gigs are posted here,it's a good place to get remote jobs
https://remoteok.io

Remotive -
It's a good place to get development gig.
https://remotive.io/

outsourqely -
It connects remote workers with employers seeking for full-time and part-time employees
https://www.outsourcely.com

Other websites like https://upwork.com , https://fiverr.com, https://indeed.com,
https://freelancer.com
https://freelancermap.com are also good websites to get started with.

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