Turn Your Customer Support Experience Into Your First Remote Job

Resources

Find the Best Remote Support Jobs

Don't waste your time slogging through dozens of developer jobs across endless remote job boards to end up with only call center jobs that pay hourly and require a piece of your dignity everyday.
Find the awesome remote Support jobs

How to Land a Remote Customer Support Job at an Awesome Company

In this webinar for We Work Remotely, I cover how to break into remote work through customer support, how to find high-quality & well-paid remote support jobs, how support work/teams/people are perceived in the remote work world, and lots more. The webinar is a 40-minute presentation followed by 30 minutes of Q&A.
Watch the webinar on WWR

Stack Up the Interviews

Inside you'll discover the 3-step formula on exactly how to create the kind of bomb-ass, where-have-you-been-my-whole-life application that will have hiring managers thanking whatever higher power they believe in. And gets you closer to landing a full-time, salaried remote job where you have more flexibility, more freedom, more time for the way you want to live your life.
Create a stand-out Application

The Remote Support Job Podcast

Get the shortcuts you need to land a remote support job at worthy remote companies. Discover what hiring managers are really looking for, the mistakes you should avoid, and insider tips for standing galaxies apart so you can land a remote job at an awesome company and create your own remote lifestyle.
Listen to the podcast
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The Customer Support Stack

A curated directory of the best customer support resources and tools that can help you uplevel your support skills during your job search, introduce you to new career paths that fit your customer-facing skills, and helps you understand the incredible value of the support work that you do.
Check Out the Stack

Why Didn't You Get the Job?

Get insights from remote hiring managers at Zapier, Hotjar, Doist, and more on what to do more of, what to avoid, and whether prior remote work experience even matters in landing a remote support job at a worthy remote company.
avoid the land of Silent Rejection