Jeff Bezos is pouring $12 million worth of renovations into his D.C. residence, so I think we can logically conclude that either our nation’s capital will be the home of the highly-anticipated HQ2 or this guy’s commitment to trolling El Presidente has no bounds. A little from column A and a little from column B, perhaps.
Among the souped-up amenities include a whiskey cellar, more than two-dozen bathrooms (#ytho), and a 20-foot walk-in closet because chief needs somewhere to store all of those fleece finance intern vests.
Dream big like Bezos with this week’s top 10 freelance and remote work gigs.
Get paid to ephemerally tag public property all over Manhattan. Whether you’ve got beef with DiBlasio or you simply like doodling, this is a truly once-in-a-lifetime gig for a talented street artist with some free time over the next few weeks. Apply below.
U.S. News and World Report serves as the definitive ranking of overpriced collegiate experiences that are sure to cause crippling debt later in life with questionable ROI overall. The publication also exists beyond that issue, and is looking for a freelance writer to contribute on topics like personal finance, health care, and investing. Drop your resume at the link below.
At some point Instagram became the barometer for "coolness” and that was truly a sad day in the history of civilization. Reality is reality though, which is why the startup SelfMade launched to help brands and business attract at least as many likes as my 13-year-old micro-influencer cousin.
Purple is a SaaS platform for creators built on the premise that 99% of text messages are opened and read, which is a stat that is probably going to ruin a lot of people’s day. So go ahead, follow up on that 72-hour-old unanswered text and then drop your resume at the link below.
Newly-minted $400 millionaires General Assembly are looking for a remote student experience associate to promote local marketing events via digital channels for a bizarrely-specific 29 hours per week. Take this gig and do what you will with the remaining 11.
Fluent City is a fast-growing language education platform that uses aggressively millennial branding to win over 20somethings who are probably trying to skip the country before the 2020 election. The team is looking for a remote designer to steer the future look and feel of their product. Say "oui” to your next gig at the link below.
Do you approach your life with MacGyver levels of ingenuity and operational efficiency? Must be nice! Anyway, if you have a penchant for life-hacking and solid editorial judgment, you might want to apply to this remote Content Director gig, in which you’ll be driving editorial strategy and managing hundreds of freelance writers. Apply below.
The search continues for our next great Gig List writer! This part-time commitment has you scouring the web for the freshest freelance and remote gigs each week, and then using our weekly email blast as your own emotional punching bag slash creative outlet. If you’re interested, send us a sample gig write-up at the link below.