48 Best Fully Remote Jobs You Can Apply for in June 2024

Looking to ditch the office this summer? Here are some exciting fully-remote opportunities to consider this June.

As we enter the summer, the prospect of spending eight hours or more in an office will be daunting to many of us. Combine this with the seasonal slowdown that gives employees more space to reflect on their careers, and June is one of the best times of year to start considering remote work opportunities.

Whether you’re pursuing remote work to soak up more rays in your garden, balance childcare responsibilities, or earn money while traveling, you don’t have to sacrifice career progression for the popular employee perk in 2024. To prove this, we’ve created a list of the best fully remote opportunities, currently being advertised by some of the biggest names in tech.

We’ve also provided a link to each company’s job portal, to provide you with further career inspiration, and to make it more likely that you’ll find a fully remote position that you’ll want to apply for today.


Renowned for its inclusive workforce, and being a global leader in software development, Microsoft remains one of the most sought-after places to work for candidates serious about progressing in their career. The Washington-based company was even ranked as the world’s best company by Statistica and TIME in 2023, beating rival tech companies like Apple, Alphabet, and Meta.

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Challenging the commonly held notion that employees need to be brought back into the office to remain productive, Microsoft has remained steadfast when it comes to flexible work and is currently advertising 977 roles on its job portal that can be conducted 100% remotely.

We’ve rounded up a handful of opportunities that are up for grabs in June below, all of which are accepting applicants from anywhere in the US.

  • Principal Software Engineer (Washington, US)
  • Senior Software Program Manager (Washington, US)
  • Senior Software Engineer (Washington, US)
  • Technical Program Manager (Multiple US hubs)
  • Senior Technical Program Manager (Washington, US)
  • Principal Azure Cloud Solution Architect (Multiple US hubs)
  • Director, Technology Specialist (Multiple US hubs)
  • Senior Communications Manager, Business Applications (Multiple US hubs)
  • Principal Security Research Lead (Multiple US hubs)

If you aren’t willing to forego the benefits of in-person just yet or would like to broaden your search, the company also has a total of 1864 jobs that can be carried out up to 50% from home.

Learn more about these opportunities in Microsoft’s career portal.


If you consider yourself more of an iOS loyalist, Apple is another tech giant currently recruiting for fully remote workers. While the company’s recent flip-flop on flexible work may ring alarm bells for candidates serious about retiring the office permanently, the company promises it won’t be asking remote workers back into physical locations anytime soon.

If you’re interested in the company’s unique employee assistance program or are excited at the prospect of becoming an Apple shareholder, here are 13 fully remote opportunities that you’re able to apply for today.

  • Benefits Analyst – Income Protection Programs (California, US)
  • Managed Service Provider Account Manager (New York, US)
  • AIML – Natural Language Platform Engineer, Siri and Information Intelligence (Washington, US)
  • Enterprise Account Executive, Major Accounts (Detroit, Michigan)
  • Strategic System Engineer (Texas, US)
  • AIML – Senior Machine Learning/Natural Language Understanding Researcher, Siri and Information Intelligence (California, US)
  • AIML – Research Engineer – AI Interpretability & Safety (Pennsylvania, US)
  • Systems Test Design Lead (Texas, US)
  • AIML – Natural Language Modeling Research Scientist, Siri and Information Intelligence (California, US)
  • Employee Relations Business Partner (Retail) (Washington, US)
  • Facility Manager (Georgia, US)
  • Enterprise Pre-Sales Systems Engineer (Minnesota, US)
  • ISE, System Experience – Software Engineer, macOS System Experience (California, US)

Unfortunately, Apple is only offering a total of 26 remote positions on its jobs site. You are able to broaden your search by applying to opportunities based in overseas offices, however.

Head over to Apple’s job portal to learn more about its remote listings.


While Salesforce doesn’t boast quite as much name recognition as competitors like Microsoft and Apple, the CRM company is renowned for its collaborative company culture, competitive salaries, and the ample opportunities it provides for growth and career development.

Due to its industry specialism, the company lends itself perfectly to candidates with strong sales and marketing backgrounds. If this sounds like a bit of you, take a look at some of the best fully remote opportunities we found on its job portal.

  • Named Account Executive (Florida, US)
  • Lead Solution Engineer (Multiple locations across the US)
  • Technical Consulting Lead (California, US)
  • Account Partner Director (Multiple locations across the US)
  • Named Account Executive Public Sector (Ohio & Pennsylvania, US)
  • Senior Manager, D&A Product Management (Multiple locations across the US)
  • Heroku Senior Technical Architect (California, US)
  • Prime Named Account Executive (Columbia, US)
  • Reseller Account Executive 6 (Florida, US)
  • Senior Product Designer (Multiple locations across the US)

Can’t find a role that looks right for you? Rest assured, the company is currently advertising a total of 130 remote listings on its job site.

Check out Salesforce’s job portal to learn more about the company’s current opportunities.


Intuit is a global financing technology responsible for accounting giant QuickBooks and a variety of tax software like Intuit Lacerte Tax, Intuit ProConnect Tax, and Intuit ProFile Tax. If you have a wealth of experience in bookkeeping or AI, and are interested in working in an innovative and supportive environment, the company could be a great fit for you.

The company frequently ranks in Fortune’s 100 Bes Companies to Work For and has also received accolades for its commitment to diversity in the workplace. Take a look if any of these fully remote roles are a good match for you.

  • Digital Sales Consultant
  • Bookkeeping Expert 
  • Bookkeeping Senior Associate 
  • Major Account Manager
  • Tax Associate 
  • Digital Sales Consultant, Outbound 
  • Digital Sales Consultant, Inbound 
  • Tax Expert – CPA or EA

Search for more remote and in-office jobs available at Intuit in its job portal.


Another leading software company that offers great career progression is Atlassian. The Australian-American SaaS company prides itself on its open, inclusive, and fair company culture, and it also has a history of supporting the lifestyles of remote workers.

As part of this mission, most of the jobs that Atlassian offers are fully remote but also give employees the option to go into the office if they prefer more of a balanced working schedule. Atlassian is currently advertising 106 remote roles, eligible for US workers, including the following.

  • Sales Solutions User Experience Architect (Texas, US)
  • Manager, Sales Strategy & Operations (Texas, US)
  • Senior Data Scientist, Cloud Operations Products (Texas, US)
  • Data Scientist, Confluence (California, US)
  • Principal Data Scientist (California, US)
  • Product Designer, Admin Experience at Loom (California, US)
  • Lead Content Designer, AI (California, US)
  • Technical Program Manager, Developer Productivity (California, US)
  • Senior Engineering Manager, Platform (California, US)
  • Senior Engineering Manager, Product (California, US)

Learn more about remote-eligable roles available in your area through the companies job portal.

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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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