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What kind of jobs does Turing provide?

What kind of jobs does Turing provide?

Turing hires remote developers based on tech roles, skills, and seniority. From experienced front-end developers to exceptional back-end developers, and full-stack, database, mobile, DevOps, and AI/ML developers from across the globe.

As far as skills are concerned, Turing hires remote developers for 100+ skills such as React/Node, Python, Angular, Swift, React Native, Android, Java, Rails, Golang, PHP, Vue, DevOps, Machine Learning, Data Engineers, and more.

Turing also offers jobs that suit your career trajectories such as Software Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, Software Architect, Senior Software Architect, Software Tech Lead, Software Engineering Tech Lead Manager, Senior Software Engineering Tech Lead Manager, Software Engineering Director, and Software Engineering Vice President.

If you are a software engineer and interested in remote US software jobs, take the AI-enabled Turing Tests now.

Does Turing offer freelance gigs or part-time jobs?

Turing is primarily focused on providing developers with full-time, long-term jobs. The primary goal is to help developers find stable, fulfilling, and flexible engagements with some of the most amazing U.S. companies, regardless of where they are in the world. This will ultimately help the world's best developers work effortlessly on what they love, growing their careers steadily without compromising on freedom.

That being said, Turing might be able to offer a part-time role to remote developers in certain conditions. Regardless, if you can take and pass the Turing Tests, Turing will reach out to you whenever an appropriate role comes up,