I think this depends, which is a frustrating answer-mostly on experience. I think for more experienced people (I had 3 years experience before I got my first remote job), it's a bit easier to get one because you feel a bit more certain about where your skill set lies and where you bring value.
To be honest, getting a remote job wasn't all that different from getting a non-remote job. The interview process was similar except...remote haha!
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