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How to find the remote permanent job as a programmer(Europe, America)?

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Who work — share your experience, what are the resources used to search for? Whether it really to find?
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odesc, like, taxis.
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Really. Read my post in the q&a, there's a lot of useful people wrote in the comments.
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In professional communities in LinkdeIn there are sections with vacancies, including those at remote work — join, search, contact potential employers.
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oDesk, which had already commemorated, not quite a permanent job, or rather not permanent (I know what I write, I have ~4000 hours) and freelancing.
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Elance.com
Hard to start (when 0 reviews and no rating), have to make fairly complex orders for penny (step 1), but received several 5-star reviews, for normal orders to fight (phase 2). And over time, temporary customers turn into regular (or give small jobs, or large long-term project). (phase 3 — stable monthly income when working from home in your underwear with a beer bottle at a computer).
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We at Toptal are always interested in experienced software programmers with a confident knowledge of the English language. There are projects under a variety of technologies. If interested, read the requirements and come. Here, we described our procedure of selection of candidates

Read more about remote work at Toptal for programmers blog Payoneer.
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There are several options.
1) Least time-consuming.
Can try to send your resume via talentboard.me/candidate
They just do mailings to companies in the US and Europe.
2) Monitor boards with ads.
For example: https://weworkremotely.com/
or careers.stackoverflow.com/jobs/remote
But there is a lot of competition.
3) you Can write and send your resume to companies that practice remote work. Known remember this: https://open.buffer.com/how-we-hire/
I think there are not enough.
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You can search manually, you can subscribe to a thread service. This is free, but sends only deleted non-technical jobs. But everything comes in the mail, conveniently and cochranae a lot of time.
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