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Remote work opportunities are here to stay, especially in the tech industry. In fact, finding a great remote job at a Fortune 500 company has never been easier.

Nowadays, you can grow your tech career and achieve work-life balance.

So, are you looking for a remote job in the tech industry? These five big tech companies are hiring.

Facebook - Recruiting Manager

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As a recruiting manager at Facebook, you'll oversee staffing and recruiting teams, provide guidance and training to recruiters, understand business objectives, and analyze hiring metrics and company trends. This position requires eight years of recruiting experience and four years in management.

Check out other job opportunities at Facebook.

Oracle - Retail Marketing Director

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As a retail marketing director at Oracle, you'll manage a team of digital marketing and content creators, lead campaign managers, develop digital marketing plans, and build relationships. This position requires a bachelor's degree and at least 10 years of marketing experience.

Check out other job opportunities at Oracle.

Salesforce - Success Associate (Large Enterprise)

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As a success associate (large enterprise) at Salesforce, you'll monitor customer usage data, partner with sales team to support client growth, and build relationships across accounts. This position requires at least three years of industry experience.

Check out other job opportunities at Salesforce.

Verizon - Product Manager

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As a product manager at Verizon, you'll identify product opportunities, create the product roadmap, prioritize features, and set product performance metrics. This position requires at least four years of experience in consumer technology product management.

Check out other job opportunities at Verizon.

Wayfair - Bilingual Customer Service Manager II (Spanish)

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As a bilingual customer service manager II (Spanish), you'll develop, manage, and coach a team of bilingual supervisors who oversee bilingual customer service agents. This position requires a bachelor's degree, at least three years of proven leadership experience, and Spanish fluency.

Check out other job opportunities at Wayfair.

This is just a snapshot of the kinds of remote jobs available in the tech industry. Many tech companies of all sizes are hiring remote workers—you just have to conduct an effective job search to find the right one for you!

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