Flexpat Review

Flexpat is one of the best places to find remote work in IT, design, online marketing, finance, and legal. What makes this company different from other job sites is that they will personally match you with a job at startups and corporate companies, as well as take care of your accommodations, skill training, workshops, and community events. Before getting admitted to the program, you will need to go through a screening and application process.

Jobs Available on Flexpat

Job categories on Flexpat include;

  • IT
  • Design
  • Online Marketing
  • Finance
  • Legal


Development, Design, and Marketing Remote Jobs

The most popular remote job categories on Flexpat are Development, Design, and Marketing. As long as you have skills that allow you to do your job remotely, you are eligible to become a part of Flexpat. They offer the following services once you get admitted to the program;

  • Income security
  • Accommodation
  • Community events
  • Workspace
  • Personal development

*This is only a small sample of what you can expect from Flexpat. Visit their website to see their full offer.

Flexpat Pricing & Plans

Flexpat is a free service for job seekers.

Flexpat does not have a price list for posting a job. You will need to inquire through email.

With Flexpat, you’ll have access to top IT, marketing, and design freelancers. If you are not satisfied with their services in the first two weeks, you get your money back.

Is Flexpat a Scam?

Our readers have not indicated that Flexpat is a scam or conducts business unfairly. You’re invited to share your experience about Flexpat in the comments below.

This Flexpat review was updated May 2017.


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