If you’re just over office life, or you need to be home more to take care of an aging parent, or you don’t want to deal with a commute, then applying for a remote job might just be your best option.
Problem is, you haven’t had a remote job before.
You shouldn’t let your lack of remote work experience stop you from applying for a remote gig. You can redesign your resume so that it highlights your ability to work remotely, but don’t stop there. Your cover letter is what can really seal the deal in order for you to get a callback for a job interview.