Why Remote-Based DevOps & System Administrator Jobs?
As technology-based jobs, DevOps positions are perfect for remote-based workers. The work is done on a computer anyway. All the worker needs is a reliable Internet connection and a few tools to connect with the rest of the team.
Communication and project management tools make it easy for teams to communicate and brainstorm on projects. Collaboration tools that show changes in real-time allow multiple team members to be working together simultaneously on the same project.
For companies, hiring remote workers represents considerable savings. They don’t have to maintain office space to house these employees. Some companies will even pay for the worker’s Internet connection or provide needed equipment (such as a computer). This is still cheaper for them than maintaining expensive downtown office space.
Remote workers benefit from skipping their daily commute and having more flexible work hours. Some positions allow workers to set their own schedules. Others require a set schedule or require team members to be available at least at certain hours of the day. Regardless, remote workers have far more freedom than those who have to be in their cubicle from 9 to 5 each day.
It’s no wonder that 43% of Americans reported working from home at least occasionally in 2016. That’s up from 39% only a few years earlier in 2012.
How to Get a Remote-Based DevOps Job?
The idea of sitting down to work in your pajamas is intriguing for just about anyone. Whether you already have considerable DevOps skills or are looking to develop them, this is a great field to dive into for remote work.
And you can find the jobs right here on Remoters. Browse listings for Software Engineers, Cloud Engineers, AWS Solution Architects, Site Reliability Engineers, and more from companies like:
If you’re still looking to develop your skills, don’t hesitate to check out online courses. Online learning is perfect for learning the skills necessary for DevOps. It will also teach you how to manage your time and productivity when you’re not in an office setting.
Check out these great courses from Udemy, Coursera, Pluralsight, and more. Tailoring your educational journey to the type of DevOps that interests you is so easy with all the resources available on the Internet.
Last but not least, if you want information on becoming a digital nomad feel free to check out our guide. There is a long list of resources in there that will set you off on an incredible journey!
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