Workana

Workana Review

Workana is specifically designed for Latin American freelancers looking for work. If you’re a Hispanic or Portuguese freelancer, this is the best place to find interesting projects where there is less competition. The platform may specialize in one region, but they offer job opportunities in all locations and countries.

Jobs Available on Workana

Job categories on Workana include;

  • Web and Mobile Development
  • IT and Programming
  • Web and Graphic Design
  • Writing and Translation
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Finance and Accounting

Design and Development Remote Jobs

The most popular remote job categories on Workana are IT and Programming, as well as Design and Multimedia. Although we cannot see how many jobs are available in these categories, they seem to have the most recent activity (new jobs made available within hours, as opposed to days).

To provide a few examples –some of the best remote jobs that are currently available on Workana include;

  • Java Software Development
  • Full Stack C# Web Developer
  • .NET Architect
  • Senior Developer
  • Drupal Development
  • Creative Designer
  • WordPress Design
  • Typescript UX/UI Developer
  • Front End Development
  • Mobile and Web Application Development
  • Mailchimp Autoresponders
  • Community Manager

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

Workana Pricing & Plans

Creating a profile, a project and bidding on Workana are free of charge. However, they apply a 15% commission rate on customer payments in case of hiring.

Is Workana a Scam?

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

This Workana review was updated May 2017.

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