Fully Remote Jobs at Apple You Can Apply for in May 2024

Want to take the next step in your career, without the commute? Here are some remote jobs currently available at Apple.

If you work in tech, you’ve probably considered working for Apple at some point in your career. Not only is the company notorious for its innovative culture and competitive salaries, but it also offers a number of exciting remote roles – giving you a chance to progress within the company without leaving your home office.

However, with Apple and other tech companies slowly turning against flexible working with mandatory return to office (RTO) policies, now is probably as good a time as any to make the most of the remote roles it has to offer.

To save you from scouring job portals, we round up some fully remote job listings at Apple that you’re able to apply for this month. We also weigh up the pros and cons associated with working for the company – to help you understand whether it’ll be a good fit for you.

Fully Remote Apple Jobs: Listings for May 2024

Apple currently has 27 fully remote jobs up for grabs on its career portal, with opportunities available in fields from sales to machine learning. This is a slight decrease from April when the company had 29 remote jobs available. While all of these roles are open to US-based remote workers, we’ve split them up into roles with offices domestically and abroad, in case you’re only considering jobs in the same time zone.

Jobs based in US offices

Jobs based in international offices

Can’t find a fully remote job that interests you? Don’t worry, even if Apple’s options are limited, there are loads of other flexible positions available with other tech companies. For example, Microsoft has hundreds of remote job listings, and loads of them are based in the US, bypassing potential time-zone issues.

Is Apple the Right Company For You?

With an overall rating of 4.2/5 on Glassdoor, and 81% of Apple employees claiming that they’d recommend working at the company to a friend, Apple is famously a good company to work for. When quizzed about their favorite parts of working for the tech giant, lots of workers commended on the company’s excellent values, generous stock options, and employee benefits – which include bonuses like health insurance, up to 30 days of annual leave for senior employees, and monthly gym credits.

Glamorous perks aside though, the company’s fast-paced work environment won’t be for everyone. Apple hasn’t secured its world-leaving status for no reason, and lots of employees on Glassdoor revealed that the competitive nature of the tech industry resulted in escalating workloads and a lopsided work-life balance.

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After the company initially took a liberal stance to remote working in the wake of the pandemic, Apple has flip-flopped on the policy over the last three years, and is currently disciplining employees who don’t conform to their mandatory three-day-a-week in-office workplace policy. While the policy isn’t applicable for fully-remote employees, it is a reflection of the company’s current attitudes towards flexible working, and potentially, an indication of where the company is heading in the future.

Give Your Resume a Makeover With AI

Whether you’re planning to apply to Apple, or another tech company, you need to make sure your resume is in perfect nick before sending it out. If it’s been a while since you created your resume, it may be worth considering re-writing it altogether, to ensure it only includes relevant information and is formatted in the best way possible.

Thanks to artificial intelligence, this doesn’t need to be an arduous or time-consuming process. AI resume builders completely automate the resume-building process for job seekers – all they need to do is input information and tweak the final results. Some options are better than others though, so if you think its time to give your resume an AI makeover, read our guide to the best free and paid AI resume builders in 2024.

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Isobel O'Sullivan (BSc) is a senior writer at Tech.co with over four years of experience covering business and technology news. Since studying Digital Anthropology at University College London (UCL), she’s been a regular contributor to Market Finance’s blog and has also worked as a freelance tech researcher. Isobel’s always up to date with the topics in employment and data security and has a specialist focus on POS and VoIP systems.
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