Job boards that focus on remote tech jobsTelecommuting can be a win-win for businesses and employees: Companies can find talent anywhere in the world, while employees have the opportunity to work anywhere with a Wi-Fi connection. And it's only getting more popular. Gallup reports that in 2015, 37 percent of the workforce reported telecommuting either part- or full-time. That's a 7 percent increase since 2008.\n\nWith more people turning to gig-work, freelance jobs and full-time remote positions, where exactly can you find a job that can cut your commute down to just your hallway? We scoured the web to find these seven websites, designed to help connect you with a telecommuting career. \nPowerToFly Image by Powertofly.com\nPowerToFly is a job-search site with a specific mission -- to help women get back into the workforce after time off. It's not your typical job-search site either, because PowerToFly is not only on a mission to equalize the workforce, it also wants to help cut back on time spent job searching by matching companies with qualified candidates. The process to get registered is a bit involved, since all candidates need to be vetted before joining, but once you're approved you can start getting matched with companies. Once matched, there's a two to four-week test period to make sure the job is a good fit before you can officially sign on -- but you do get paid during that time. \nJobspressoImage by JobspressoJobspresso specializes in remote jobs -- you won't find any in-house jobs listed here -- and positions span across any industry that offers the flexibility to work from home. That includes jobs in design, marketing, IT and more. Basically, if you can do the job remotely, Jobspresso will list it. While there are plenty of industries represented on Jobspresso, it heavily leans towards tech jobs, with a ton of listings for engineers, developers, QA analysts and customer support specialists. \n\n[ Related story: 10 top sites to find legit work-from-home jobs ]\nRemote Tech WorkImage by RemoteTechWork.com\nRemote Tech Work is another niche job search site and -- as the name suggests -- it's your one-stop shop for telecommuting jobs in tech. You'll find open listings for developers, engineers, programmers, data analysts and more. It is a no-frills website, which means it's straight-forward and easy to navigate -- exactly what you want when searching for a new job. The minimalist feel of this site also extends to the application process -- you won't need to sign up or submit a resume through the website and hope it goes to the right place. Instead, you'll typically be prompted to send your resume directly to a specific email or redirected to the company's website. \nRemote JobsImage by RemoteJobs.comRemote Jobs isn't a website designed specifically for the tech industry, but it lists an overwhelming number of telecommuting jobs for tech workers. It's another job-search site that is easy to navigate and user-friendly. While you'll see listings for remote and traditional jobs in every industry, it's easy to filter by contract, freelance, full-time, part-time, temporary or internship positions. \nStack overflowImage by StackOverflow.com\nStack Overflow is the tongue-in-cheek name for Stack Exchanges' community of programmers. It's a Q&A site where industry professionals can connect, ask questions and network. But it's actually more than that -- you can also browse job listings. They're mostly directed at programmers, and the user-interface makes it easy to filter and search just for remote jobs, rather than in-person gigs. You can also set up customized recommendations, so when a new job gets posted that fits your criteria, you'll get an alert. \n\n[ Related story: Top 10 tech companies for remote workers ]\nIdealistImage by Idealist.com\nFor people who need to derive deeper meaning from their daily work, Idealist promises to lists jobs that offer you "opportunities for action." There are ton of filters to help you find the right position -- including a filter that will only show remote positions. You'll find positions with companies that are dedicated to helping others and that have strong mission statements; it's the perfect job board to combine your love for activism with your hard-earned technical skills.\n\nDribble JobsImage by Dribble.comAnother site for a niche crowd, Dribble Jobs focuses on providing remote jobs for designers -- including graphic, UX, UI, web, front-end and product designers. Dribble Jobs has an impressive list of high-profile tech companies that have listed jobs in the past, including Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon, Yelp and Tumblr. If you're interested in working for a major tech company, it's a great place to start.