Soshace Review

Soshace is a platform that connects great remote talents and projects all over the world, with headquarters in Saint-Petersburg, Russia and has been around since 2015. Soshace is a community of pre-screened (pre-vetted) professionals.

The real benefit for remote developers is that they handle all your client outreach, billing, account management, and pay you even if the client doesn’t pay their bills –so you can focus on your work without hassles or worry about deadbeat clients.

A majority of developers on Soshace are from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, pretty much all the ex-USSR and Eastern-European countries, and also Western Europe, Americas and Asia.

Feedback from Soshace clients can be found here.

Jobs Available on Soshace

Job categories on Soshace are primarily on the following stacks;

  • JavaScript (Node.js, React.js, Angular, Vue.js, Meteor etc.)
  • Python (Django, Flask, Scrapy, etc.)
  • Java (Spring and many more)

Remote Development Jobs

At the time of writing, Soshace had jobs available for Angular developers, Senior Vue.js developers, Full Stack Engineers, Frontend Developers, Python Backend Developers, Senior Software Engineers, Full Stack Developer Django + React, and Full Stack Java Developers.

*This is only a small sample of remote jobs available for developers. Visit their website to see if there’s remote work available that best suits your skill set.

Soshace Rates & Commissions

Soshace is a free service for job seekers and they guarantee to fully pay for development services if for any reason the customer has not paid.

The rates of Soshace developers vary from $25 to $40 per hour and depend on a developer’s experience, skills, tests results, education and location.

Is Soshace a Scam?

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

This Soshace review was updated March 2019.


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