remote work: work is done remotely away from the standard office.telework: working and communicating with the office virtually.telecommuting: you are working away from the office.telecommute: same as telecommuting, just different verbiage.agnostic location: location is irrelevant as work can be done anywhere.distributed workforce: those you work with and who you work for are working apart.work-from-home: candidates will work at their residence.work-at-home: same as working from home.geographically neutral: there is no determined location for the job. it can be done anywhere.online jobs: work will be conducted online with little need to be present in the office.virtual jobs: work is completed in a virtual environment.rowe â€“ results-only work environment: work is not based on location, but on performance.distance work: tasks are completed away from the office. certain locations may still be required.off-site work: work is done off-site at another location, such as at home or a coffee shop.open nationwide: candidates can be located anywhere in the u.s.open location: usually specifies if open in a certain area or anywhere in the world.home-based office: working from an office at a residence.**home-shored: another way recruiters denote a work-from-home job in a job listing.**agile: recruiter lingo for an agile/flexible workforce, one that can work from home.