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Freelance Sites for IT Professionals

Updated on August 4, 2019
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Prachi works as a full-stack developer, specialized in e-commerce and mobile app development.

Tech workers are the most in-demand professionals in the world. Many Businesses struggle to find contract workers to get their job done efficiently. With the technological area progressing at an extremely fast pace, businesses require part-time workers who can do that part within a pre-defined contractual time instead of hiring a full-time employee to do the same job.

Nearly more than half of the businesses have inclined towards working with remote workers rather than recruiting full-time professionals. Most of the freelance websites are flooded with at least 70% tech-job offers posted by companies across the globe.

If you are among those who is a geek in coding, designing and developing, then these following sites are meant for you.

Freelancing Sites For IT Professionals


1. PowertoFly

Powertofly is an online community especially meant for women tech workers to get their dream jobs. The job can be either offline, flexible or remote.

2. Authentic Jobs

Authentic Jobs describe itself as one of the leading tech-job websites. The jobs are available for coders, designers, hackers and creative professionals. The opportunities can be either full-time or part-time as a remote worker.

3. Stack Overflow

Stack Overflow is one of the most renowned tech websites on the Internet. It is the first choice for many employers to hire a remote tech freelancer. Some of the listed jobs are location based, there are other options of remote work as well.

4. Sologig

Sologig filters jobs on the basis of keyword or location. It is a genuine database for engineering and tech jobs. There are many options for remote workers as well.

5. Dice

Alike Sologig, Dice also gives a list of searched jobs on the basis of either title, keyword or location.

6. Gigster

This site is worth a try. Besides connecting you (designers, developers, project managers) with entrepreneurs and businesses to help them out with their projects, Gigster also offer you an opportunity to work with tech giants.

7. FreelancerMap

FreelancerMap assists you in finding remote and contract positions in the tech industry across the world.

8. Joomlancers

As the name suggests, Joomlancers offers job related to Joomla, OScommerce, Vbulletin, WordPress, Magento, Drupal and more. The job posted here can be extremely easy that would take only a little time and some can be quite complex.

9. Hirable

Before connecting with the clients, Hirable checks your eligibility by pre-screen tests. It helps you to get connected with businesses for both short and long term projects.

10. has some big companies name added to its account such as Amazon, Zappos and LonelyPlanet. It is a fine online platform for developers and designers.

11. Smashing Magazine

Smashing Magazine is another highly qualified service marketplace for developers and designers to find the freelance projects.

12. WordPress Jobs

This is the official site to find freelance jobs related to WordPress such as theme development, site optimization, plugin development and more.


13. WPHired

This is another platform, similar to WordPress Jobs, aimed to help freelancers in finding jobs related to plugin development, design, theme development and more. Besides these, jobs related to site management and blogging are also posted here, occasionally.

14. 99Designs

99Designs are counted among the best renowned websites for freelance work especially tech workers. Businesses. who are need of logos, websites and other web related material, post opportunities here. The freelancers are selected on the basis of their submitted creations. If selected, then you will be eligible to receive a fixed amount of money decided beforehand.

15. DesignCrowd

DesignCrowd is a marketplace for individuals and businesses who need logos, posters, websites and other digital designs. Similar to the working of 99designs, you need to participate in design contests to earn money.

16. SquadHelp

This is another similar marketplace dealing with jobs related to creation of logos, digital media and slogans. To get a job, first you need to submit your creations to the client. If they liked your work , then you will receive the money.

17. EnvatoStudio

Formerly called as FreelanceSwitch, EnvatoStudio allows developers and designers to set their own rate and apply for the related job offers.

18. Behance

Behance matches businesses with the freelancers on the basis of location, qualifications and skills. It is a good place to find jobs for digital artists and graphic designers.

19. ArtWanted

ArtWanted is a highly relevant site for digital artists. You have the option to sell your creation as an original work to the client. By this, you have a chance of earning higher profit.

20. DesignHill

DesignHill describe itself as the largest graphic design marketplace in the world. Clients post contests related to designing and freelancers can submit their proposal accordingly. Freelancers are rewarded if their design is chosen by the client.

21. Coroflot

Coroflot, itself, matches the creative professionals with the companies. The matching is done on the basis of portfolio created by professionals and type of job openings posted by companies.

22. Dribble

Dribble is one of the most famous sites in designing across the world. Designers working with this site can earn up to hundreds of dollars within no time.

23. Juiiicy

Juiiicy runs its own referral program to help you earn extra bonuses. It is a private online community for freelance designers.

24. Toptal

Toptal is currently the best rated freelance website. It, not only offers you job from tech giants, but also give you a chance to attend workshops and seminars. To become a part of this site, you need to go through a pre-screening process, which involves several steps. It is done to determine your qualification level. Once cleared, you can have your dream opportunities.


If you have the option to choose between working at a big tech company and working as a freelancer with chances of massive income. Which one would you choose?

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