1. CLASS A REMOTE JOBS:
These are jobs that are 100% remote, full-time (40 hours a week), with good pay, career orientation, and growth, all workers use tools for remote communication and connection, goals/efficiency measurements are clear, and the company is willing to develop a culture of remote working. So this is the highest quality type of all work from a distance. We can say that these Class A jobs are equal to "traditional" and "serious" long-term daily jobs and overall better because they give the highest level of flexibility to employers and employees. This is the future of remote work, and we can see a gradual growth of companies that are more aware.
MOST OF ALL REMOTE JOB SPY JOBS ARE CLASS A REMOTE JOBS! FINDING AND MAKING ACTIONS THAT GROWING THESE TYPE OF REMOTE JOBS IS OUR MAIN TARGET AND ONE OF THE QUALITIES.
2. CLASS B REMOTE JOBS:
Freelancers and other 'on-demand' online roles are 100% remote jobs that fall into category Class B.
These positions are part of the "gig" type of business. People usually need to bid on jobs on a global basis through larger freelance platform websites. The bid/ask system like that creates larger fluctuations income based on other people's bids, and it is a project-by-project approach vs. a long-term career! People often think that this is "the remote jobs" that exist only, but it's not true! These jobs exist a lot on the market, but this is not the future of remote work! We see how more stable and quality remote jobs from Class A slowly grow, and Remote Job Spy makes their own efforts that it happens!
3. CLASS C REMOTE JOBS:
These jobs are looking to be 'remote", but are usually just occasional or additional options in some cases by regular jobs. As an example: "work from home on Saturdays," work on the part of a project from home and similar, but it's expected that you are in the office for the majority of their working career. Companies start to be more trendy and offer this type of flexibility more and more, but it's not truly a part of their company culture and future plans. Often secretly the management of a company like that doesn't like people that work from home too often, or they see it as a burden, complication internally and a pretty hard remote worker will grow in career by the company like that. All like that create real lower quality or just too less real remote work time and is recognized as the lowest class of existing remote jobs.