The 10 most in-demand work-from-anywhere jobs companies are hiring for in 2023


According to a recent report by Flexa Careers, there is a growing trend among job seekers who are seeking more flexibility in their work arrangements. It seems that working from home a couple of days a week is no longer enough for many individuals. Instead, they desire the freedom to work from different cities and even different countries at their convenience.

The report indicates that the percentage of job seekers interested in "work from anywhere" roles has risen to 88% in June, up from 80% in April. This is the largest increase recorded since the company began tracking this data last year. "Work from anywhere" jobs are positions that allow employees to work remotely, independent of their location or time zone.

However, it is worth noting that such jobs are still relatively rare and highly competitive. They only make up about 5% of all remote roles, as reported by FlexJobs, a remote and hybrid job search platform. Most remote positions still have geographic requirements due to state and federal regulations governing where companies can hire and conduct business.

To assist job seekers in finding the most sought-after remote and flexible jobs, FlexJobs has analyzed its database and identified the top work-from-anywhere positions that companies are hiring for. The analysis was based on the volume of job postings between January and June 2023. The following are the ten most in-demand work-from-anywhere jobs for 2023: Accountant, Business Development Manager, Copywriter, Customer Success Representative, Editor, Engineering Manager, Marketing Manager, Product Manager, Senior Product Designer, and Software Engineer. These positions are available remotely on either a full-time or part-time basis, with no location restrictions or office requirements.

One significant change observed in the work-from-anywhere job market over the past year is the expansion of industries offering these roles. While marketing, writing, and tech have consistently been the top three categories with the most work-from-anywhere opportunities, there has been notable growth in the availability of remote positions in education and bilingual-focused careers. On the other hand, project management, HR, and recruiting roles have experienced a decline.

FlexJobs has also noticed an increase in the number of companies advertising work-from-anywhere roles this year compared to 2022, particularly in industries like marketing and gaming. 

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