216 new remote design jobs at PayPal, Zapier, Toggl and others

5 months ago from , Founder at design community Meerkad

Hello DN community!

It's Arsen from Meerkad community of remote job seekers with weekly updates.

During the period from January 20 to 26, I collected 126 vacancies from popular job boards like Glassdoor, Flex Jobs, We Work Remotely, and others, as well as from Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit.

It takes about 3 hours a day to visit 78 sources that I prepared in advance. Here are the links:

If you are looking for a remote job I'm glad to help! It's free for you, for me, for companies to post a job.



  • Oscar MarceloOscar Marcelo, 5 months ago

    Sorry, but I immediately lost interest when I found out that I had to register to see something that's already available somewhere else.

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    • Arsen Ibragimov, 4 months ago

      No worries but show me another place where remote design jobs aggregated in these amounts for free

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      • Oscar MarceloOscar Marcelo, 4 months ago

        The question here really is: Why do you need to collect user information, and what are gonna do with that? I really believe that you made an amazing piece of work here, but requiring users to register to get access to a collection of public information is simply nonsense...

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        • Arsen Ibragimov, 4 months ago

          Oscar, I got your point but:

          1. While every piece of information is public, the curated combination of them is not;
          2. Some jobs are found on members-only LinkedIn and Facebook groups, they are not public;
          3. At the same time, everyone could just copy and paste company name and position to google and quickly find a source no questions asked.

          Also, take a look at Flexjobs is running a subscription-based job board with the same remote and other jobs. They are huge! 1.5M visitors monthly. Is it nonsense to charge job seekers $5 per month for access to public information? Everyone is free to choose what he likes.

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          • Oscar MarceloOscar Marcelo, 4 months ago

            Ok, makes sense, but here's my suggestion then:

            You could at least tease the users with some details about the opportunity, instead of let them hit hard on a register screen/paywall. It might not give much, but at least the they won't lose context of what they were doing. Only after that, I think it would be more reasonable to ask for registration.

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    • Sammy Samosa, 4 months ago

      Head to https://www.designed.org/careers, they don't block access to jobs with a login

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  • , 5 months ago

    And as usual... feel free to ask me anything!

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