Between LinkedIn, Glassdoor, and Indeed there are over 12,000 open remote-based software technical professional jobs available today. Companies with open positions on these sites include Aha!, AutoDesk, Calix, Cardinal Financial, Chef Software, CoreLogic, Couchbase, Medidata Solutions, OutSystems, Qlik, RedHat, Riverbend, Salesforce, ServiceNow, Ultimate Software and many others.
Working Nomads has 10,127 open remote-based developer jobs listed, along with over 1,800 in tech marketing, 1,700 in management, and just over 1,000 in tech sales.
These and many other insights are from a comparison of the leading tech companies who offer remote, work-from-home job positions today and their Glassdoor scores. Tech companies with open remote positions are compared on two Glassdoor scores of the (%) of employees who would recommend this company to a friend and (%) of employees who approve of the CEO. Of the many companies include in the comparison, PowerToFly and GitLab stand out as exceptional in their ability to create strong virtual organizations. They’re defining the future of work today.
PowerToFly was launched by Milena Berry and Katharine Zaleski in 2014 to connect Fortune 500 companies and fast-growing startups with women who are looking to work for companies that value gender diversity and inclusion. PowerToFly is building the platform to propel diversity recruiting and hiring. PowerToFly’s job search engine currently has 994 open remote positions. Founders Milena Berry and Katharine Zaleski have created an excellent remote-based culture where 95% of employees would recommend working there to a friend, and 94% approve of them as CEOs.
FlexJobs has 4,421 remote-based software jobs that include full-time, part-time, and freelance positions. Open positions include Senior Software Engineers, DevOps Engineers, Product Managers, Project Managers, Full Stack Developers, and more.
AngelList has over 18,000 software-related jobs available, including 8,900 open remote-based software positions and 346 open remote product manager jobs today.
FindBacon –Job search site that currently has over 1,300 open positions for developers, technical professionals, including web designers.
GitLab – 100% remote-based company with over 100 open positions as of March 2020.
HackerX – Globally-based job search engine that includes remote-based open positions across Europe and the U.S. There are open positions for Front End Developers, Full Stack Developers, Product Managers, UX Designers, and more.
Jobhunt.ai – Site provides a list of remote-based machine learning jobs currently available.
NODESK – search engine for remote jobs with 592 open positions as of March 22. 2020.
SkipTheDrive – Excellent job search engine comprised of entirely of remote and work-from-home jobs.
Stack Chasers – A Job board for developers made by developers, the site has open positions in the U.S., UK and in global locations available today. Current open positions show a strong focus on DevOps, software engineering, full-stack and front-end development positions.
We Work Remotely site has a broad base of open technical, marketing and sales positions open.
Working Nomads site currently has 10,127 remote, work-from-home development jobs advertised. There are also 1,839 marketing, 1,760 management, 1,658 system administration, 1,469 design and 1,062 sales remote, work-from-home job postings today.
96% of the employees of the 15 highest rated machine learning startups would recommend their company to a friend looking for a new job, and 98% approve of their CEOs.
Across all machine learning startups with Glassdoor ratings, 74% of employees would recommend the startup they work for to a friend, and 81% approve of their CEO.
There are over 230 cities globally who have one or more machine learning startups in operation today with Crunchbase finding 144 in San Francisco, 60 in London, 69 in New York, 82 in Tel Aviv, 22 in Toronto, 20 in Paris, 18 in Seattle and the remainder distributed over 223 global locations.
These and many other insights are from a Crunchbase Pro analysis completed today using Glassdoor data to rank the best machine learning startups to work for in 2020. Demand reminds high for technical professionals with machine learning expertise. According to Indeed, Machine Learning Engineer job openings grew 344% between 2015 to 2018 and have an average base salary of $146,085 according to their Best Jobs In The U.S. Study. You can read the study shows that technical professionals with machine learning expertise are in an excellent position to bargain for the average base salary of at least $146,085 or more.
In response to readers’ most common requests of which machine learning startups are the best to work for, a Crunchbase Pro query was created to find all machine learning startups who had received Seed, Early Stage Venture, or Late Stage Venture financing. The 2,682 machine learning startups Crunchbase is tracking were indexed by Total Funding Amount by startup to create a baseline.
Next, Glassdoor scores of the (%) of employees who would recommend this company to a friend and (%) of employees who approve of the CEO were used to find the best startups to work for. 79 of the 150 machine learning startups have 15 or more Glassdoor reviews and are included in the analysis. 41 have less than 15 reviews and 30 have no reviews. The table below is a result of the analysis, and you can find the original Microsoft Excel data set here.
Cloud platform and development companies dominate the highest rated cloud businesses when indexed by the percent of employees who would recommend their company to a friend.
Taken together, the 12 CEOs leading the top-rated cloud computing companies are approved by 98% of employees as of March 3, 2019, on Glassdoor. CEOs in this group include Thomas Hogan of Kony, Paulo Rosado of OutSystems, Bill McDermott of SAP, and Sridhar Vembu of Zoho.
These and many other insights are from an analysis completed today comparing Computer Reseller News’ 100 Coolest Cloud Computing Vendors of 2019 by their respective Glassdoor scores. The Computer Reseller News annual list of the 100 coolest cloud computing vendors is an impartial, 3rd party benchmark of the fastest-growing and most likely to hire cloud businesses expanding today. By far the most common request from Forbes readers is which cloud computing companies are the best to work for. The goal of this analysis is to provide readers with insights into which cloud computing companies best fit their skills and at the same time have a strong reputation based on feedback from existing employees.
Indexing the most interesting and fastest growing cloud computing companies by their Glassdoor scores and reputations is a great way to begin defining a long-term career growth strategy. One factor not quantified is how well of a fit an applicant is to company culture. Take every opportunity for in-person interviews, read Glassdoor ratings often and observe as much as possible about daily life in companies of interest to see if they are a good fit for your skills and strengths.
Software Engineering Manager is the highest paying position with an average salary of $163,500 with 31,621 open positions on Glassdoor today.
Over 368,000 open positions are available across the 10 highest paying jobs on Glassdoor today.
$147,000 is the average salary of the top 10 tech jobs on Glassdoor today.
12.7% of all open positions are for software engineers, making this job the most in-demand in tech today.
Glassdoor is best known for its candid, honest reviews of employers written anonymously by employees. It is now common practice and a good idea for anyone considering a position with a new employer to check them out on Glassdoor first. With nearly 40 million reviews on more than 770,000 companies. Glassdoor is now the 2nd most popular job site professionals rely on in the U.S., attracting approximately 59 million job seekers a month. The Chief Human Resources Officer of one of the largest and best-known cloud-based enterprise software companies told me recently she gets 2X more applications from Glassdoor for any given position than any other recruiting site or channel.
Earlier this month Glassdoor Economic Research published the results of research completed on how base pay compares between tech and non-tech jobs. The research team gathered a sample of tech companies with at least 100 job postings on Glassdoor as of June 26, 2018. Glassdoor defined tech roles as those positions requiring knowledge of code, software or data. The study found the following to be the 10 highest paying tech jobs today:
Walmart eCommerce, Microsoft, Intel, Amazon, and Google have the highest concentration of tech jobs as a percentage of all positions open. Workday, Salesforce, Verizon, and IBM have the highest concentration of non-tech positions available today.
To gain greater insights into the data sets a series of cross-tabulations and correlation analyses were done using IBM SPSS Statistics Version 25. The analysis shows CEOs have an even greater impact on improving their company’s recommendation scores, rising to 82% this year from 70% in 2015. The analysis also showed that companies who flood Glassdoor with fake reviews hit a wall around 10 posts, down from 15 in 2015. This doesn’t stop some companies from offering cash, prizes, and merchandise to their employees in exchange for positive reviews. Relying on Glassdoor and ideally in-office visits to see how a company culture is and how your potential boss treats others is ideal.
The following are the highest rated software companies to work for in 2018, based the (%) of employees who would recommend the company to a friend:
The following companies scored between 80% and 89% on the rating % of employees who would recommend this company to a friend: