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How to use filters on the Accelerator

In this article, we'll show you how to use job filters in the Remotive Accelerator job board, in both our mobile and desktop/laptop version.

If you are not a paid member of the Remotive Accelerator, click here to learn more.


(On a Macbook Pro laptop, using Chrome. It might look a bit different if you are using a different operating system and/or browser).

Step 1. Go to and log in with your Accelerator credentials. If you haven't created an account yet, here’s how..

Step 2. Once logged in, click on “Browse Xjobs on Remotive Accelerator” in the menu that appears on the left of your screen:

Once you are there, you can search for remote jobs and filter them by location, language, category, skills, employment type, seniority level, and salary.

How to Use the Job Category Filter

We've refined our job categories to make it easier for you to find relevant listings. Here's the full list:

Software Development
DevOps / SysAdmin
Customer Service
Sales / Business
Project Management
Data Analysis
Human Resources
All Others

For a detailed description of each category with examples, click here.

Step 1: Click on your desired category among the tags below the main search box to filter listings. We'll display all job listings falling under that category.

Step 2: To select a different category, click on another category tag. This will update the displayed listings to show only jobs in the newly selected category. Please note that you cannot combine job categories: each job falls under one category, and one category only. Job categories are silos.

Here's a visual example (no audio).

How To Use The “I Want To Work Remotely From…” Filter

Not all remote companies or jobs offer positions worldwide. Remote work often entails working within specific regions, countries, or cities due to legal, tax, or timezone constraints. While fully remote, work-from-anywhere companies exist, they are not yet the norm.

Please note that we do not include countries listed on the OFAC-sanctioned countries list) in our job listings.

By default, our location filter looks like this:

If your country or region is not listed:

Type it in the search box, and once you find it, select it. Here’s a visual example (no audio).

Alternatively, click on "Show more" to reveal additional options.

You can select one country or region, or combine multiple options. Here's a visual example (no audio).

Note: To define regions, we use the United Nations geographical subregions map as our guideline.

Why do the videos above show jobs in the Americas if I’m looking for a job in Argentina?

Here's how we operate: we display any remote job listing that includes your selected location. For instance, if I'm in Argentina and seeking remote jobs that I can do from my country, we'll present opportunities filtered under "worldwide," "Americas," "Latin America," and "South America."

However, it's crucial to thoroughly read each job description because:

Automated systems might occasionally mislabel locations. If you find a job with the wrong location, please let us know via the “🙈Does this job need an edit? Let us know!” link that appears in every job description below the “Apply for this position button”.

Although a job may be listed for "LATAM" (Latin America), the description might specify that candidates from certain countries, such as Argentina, are ineligible, but applicants from other Latin American countries are welcome.

How To Use The Job Listing Language Filter

The majority of job listings on Remotive Accelerator are in English, as English serves as the primary language for business and global communication. Proficiency in written and verbal English is typically necessary for remote work opportunities.
However, we also feature job listings in other languages, including:

English (en)
German (Deutsch - de)
French (français - fr)
Spanish (Español - es)
Italian (Italiano - it)
Dutch (nederlands - nl)

To select one or more languages, click on the corresponding box.

Here's a visual example (no audio).

How To Use The Skills Filter

Skills refer to specific abilities, proficiencies, or competencies required or desired for a particular job or position. They encompass a wide range of capabilities, including:

Technical skills (e.g., programming languages, design software, machinery operation)
Soft skills (e.g., communication, teamwork, problem-solving)
Industry-specific knowledge
Other relevant qualifications

When you select a skill in the skills section, we'll display job listings that mention that skill in the job description.

If your desired skill isn't shown by default, click on "Show more" to view additional skill options or type a skill manually.

You can filter jobs based on multiple skills and combine them according to your preferences.

Here's a visual example (no audio).

How to Use Employment Type Filter

You can filter jobs by any of the following employment types:

Contract: Positions with a fixed duration or project-based work arrangement where you work for a specified period, usually invoicing the company as an independent contractor.
Freelance: Opportunities for independent contractors to work on projects or assignments without long-term commitments to a single employer.
Full-time: Roles requiring a standard 40-hour workweek commitment, often with benefits and a consistent salary.
Part-time: Positions offering fewer hours than full-time roles, providing flexibility for individuals with other commitments.
Unspecified: Jobs where the employment type is not explicitly defined or may vary depending on the employer's needs.

Select your desired type from the menu and click it. Combine employment types as needed.

Here’s a visual example (no audio).

How to Use the Seniority Level Filter

You can filter jobs by any of the following seniority levels:

Entry-level: Positions suitable for individuals new to the field or with minimal experience.
Internship: Opportunities for students or recent graduates to gain practical experience in their field of study.
Mid-level: Roles requiring moderate experience and expertise in the field.
Senior: Positions for experienced professionals with advanced skills and knowledge in the industry.
Unspecified: Jobs where the seniority level is not explicitly mentioned or defined or may vary depending on the employer's needs.

To filter by seniority level, select the type you want in the menu and click it. You can combine seniority levels as needed.

Here's a visual example (no audio).

How To Use The Salary Filter

Here's how it works:

In the provided box, input your minimum desired salary in USD (United States dollars) per year. For example, if you'd like to make USD 3,000 per month, you should type 36000 in the box.
We will display all job listings that mention a salary equal to or greater than your entered amount, regardless of currency (some salaries are in euros or other local currencies).

Here’s a visual example (no audio).

Any questions? Send us an email or send @vic a message in Slack.

Updated on: 14/05/2024

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