45 Best Fully Remote Jobs You Can Apply for in May 2024

Finding a remote job doesn't have to be hard in 2024. These roles are available at top firms like Google, Microsoft and more.

Working from home is more than just a popular employee perk. Whether you’re pressed for time to run errands or share childcare responsibilities with your spouse, remote work has provided some serious flexibility for employees in the modern era.

Unfortunately, with many businesses issuing return-to-office mandates, devoid of any research to back it up, these kinds of roles have been dwindling across the business landscape. But that doesn’t mean they’re impossible to find.

In this guide, we’ll cover a wide range of roles from businesses like Google, Amazon, and many others, so you can finally enjoy the flexible work arrangements that became so widespread during the pandemic.


For years, the goal of any tech employee was to work for the Google. The company boasts some of the best perks and benefits for employees and the prestige of working at one of the biggest companies in the world is likely not lost on the average applicant.

While Google has been one of the businesses in recent memory that are trying to get the majority of employees back in the office at least some of the time, the company does offer a smattering of positions, approximately 60 as of writing, that will allow you to work from home.

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Note that we’ve included the location where the position is based, just in case you need to pop into the office here and there, but these roles are marked as “Remote eligible” on the Google careers website. Here are a few of the roles that you can get started with:

  • Lead Group Outbound Product Manager, Google Cloud (Sunnyvale, CA, USA)
  • Import Classification Program Manager (Mexico)
  • Enterprise Field Sales Representative, Google Cloud (Wisconsin, USA)
  • Software Engineer III, AI/ML Machine Learning, Core (India)
  • Defensive Cyber Operations Consultant, Mandiant, Public Sector (Georgia, USA)
  • Senior Incident Response Consultant (United Kingdom)
  • Enterprise Field Sales Representative, Google Cloud (Minnesota, USA)
  • Practice Lead, Labor, Public Sector (Reston, VA, USA)
  • Senior Intelligence Analyst (Dubai, UAE)

To find more information about these roles, or to find more, check out the Google careers website today.


If you were excited to work at Google, Microsoft is likely on your list as well, with it being considered one of the top firms to work for in the tech industry. In fact, the company is regularly in the running for most valuable company in the world, trading blows with Apple on a regular basis.

From a remote work standpoint, Microsoft has fully embraced the paradigm shift, offering more than a thousand roles in May that allow employees to work from home.

As a company that is heavily invested in the evolution of AI technology — with its own Copilot chatbot making the rounds and a deep partnership with ChatGPT creator OpenAI — many roles are in the software engineering category. But with so many roles available, it’s safe to assume you can find something that fits your needs. Here are some of the roles to choose from:

  • Principal Software Engineer (Dublin, Ireland)
  • Technical Program Manager (Redmond, WA, USA)
  • Solution Area Specialists (Mexico; Columbia)
  • Principal Technical Program Manager (Atlanta, GA, USA)
  • Principal Front End Design Methodology Engineer (Mountain View, CA, USA)
  • Solution Architect (Prague, Czech Republic)
  • Logic Design & Verification Engineer (Serbia)
  • Customer Security Officer (Multiple locations, USA)
  • Senior Economist (Redmond, WA, USA)

To find more remote jobs, check out the Microsoft careers page today.


Speaking of powerhouses in their industry, Shopify is one of the best ecommerce website builders you can get your hands on, offering robust tools that can help you build an online store. Like Square, the company also dabbles in POS, offering functionality for restaurants and retail shops.

Shopify is big on remote work, with all the current open positions offering remote work. The company doesn’t even list where the offices are based, as they want employees to feel free to apply to any position.

“Work should be built around mission, not headquarters.” – Harley Finkelstein, president of Shopify

There aren’t a lot of total roles open, though, with Shopify only hiring for around 20 spots as of May 2024. Here are the available roles at Shopify that offer work-from-home options:

  • Software Engineer
  • Applied Machine Learning Expert
  • Data Engineer
  • Product Data Analyst
  • User Experience Team Member
  • Product Manager
  • Revenue Marketing Leads
  • Sales Development Representative
  • Senior Account Executive

Check out more available remote jobs at the Shopify career page to learn more.


While it’s certainly not considered one of the big tech firms, HubSpot is a powerhouse in the CRM industry, offering handy solutions for businesses looking to manage customer relationships. In fact, we found it to be the best CRM for marketing in our in-depth research, but that won’t help you find a remote job.

What will help you is the fact that HubSpot is firmly committed to providing workers with flexible accommodations, offering in-office, hybrid, and remote roles depending on your particular needs. The company even developed a hybrid work report in 2023 to study the importance of the movement for employees and businesses alike.

All this results in a lot of possible roles to choose from, with the HubSpot career page showing nearly 100 open remote work roles available at the company. Here are a few of them to get you started:

  • Backend Engineering Lead, Data Warehouse Platform (USA)
  • Account Executive – Mid Market, DACH (Germany)
  • Employment Counsel (Ireland)
  • Endpoint Engineering Manager (USA)
  • Marketing Technology Manager, AI (Ontario, Canada)
  • Principal Product Designer, Discovery Group (USA)
  • Senior Software Engineer, Growth Acquisition Core, Frontend (UK)
  • Staff Product Analyst, Analytics Enablement (USA)
  • Technical Privacy Specialist (USA)

Find more remote jobs at the HubSpot careers page now.


Square has become a well-known name in the point-of-sale (POS) and ecommerce website builder markets, providing an easy-to-use and affordable means of accepting payments in-person and online. We’ve ever found it to be the best POS system for small businesses, thanks to its free plan that charges nothing but transaction fees.

Square isn’t necessarily a big company, with fewer than 4,000 employees worldwide. Still, the company has continued to support its flexible workforce, offering more than 100 remote roles through offices in Australia, Japan, Ireland, the US, and the UK. That’s nearly half the amount of total open roles, which sits at just over 250 for Square in May 2024.

Here are some of the work-from-home jobs that are currently looking for applicants:

  • Customer Success Advocate (Dublin, Ireland)
  • Retail Partner Manager (Minneapolis, MN, USA)
  • Partner Operations Manager (San Francisco, CA, USA)
  • Go To Market (GTM) Lead (Melbourne, Australia)
  • Customer Support Specialist (Tokyo, Japan)
  • Head of Compliance & MLRO (London, UK)
  • Lending Regulatory Counsel (Oakland, CA, USA)
  • Credit Risk Specialist (Atlanta, GA, USA)
  • Product Manager, Business Identities (New York, NY, USA)

To learn more, check out the Square careers page to find remote jobs.

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