43 Work-From-Home Companies to Check for Jobs

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Editor's Note: This story originally appeared on The Penny Hoarder.

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, working from home has become the norm in many industries. And a 2022 survey from FlexJobs found that 77% of full-time workers identified the ability to work remotely as one of the most important benefits, right behind salary.

A whopping 57% of survey respondents said that they would leave their job if they weren’t offered remote benefits from their employer.

While some workplaces have fully embraced WFH, others have required employees to return to the office in person — either full-time or a few days a week. Rather than being forced back into the office, many who prefer WFH life have been looking for remote roles elsewhere.

If your employer required you to come into the office but you’d prefer a WFH role, it may be time to look for a new job that allows you to work remotely 100% (or at least hybrid office/WFH) so you can continue your newfound work/life balance.

To help your search, we have put together this list of companies that regularly offer WFH positions. This list is not exhaustive. A lot of companies who previously only had in-office positions are moving toward more remote positions to attract qualified candidates and to save money on office rentals.

We do our homework on companies before sharing them with our readers by vetting them. Here’s a list of work-from-home companies with regular job opportunities.

1. Activus Connect

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Activus Connect is a customer experience outsourcing company that has customers in eight industries, including health care, insurance, retail and financial services. The company employs “remote-based ambassadors” for customer service, sales and training positions.

Activus Connect also has a Great Place to Work certification, which indicates high job satisfaction levels among employees.

  • Benefits: Activus Connect claims that employees are entitled to medical and life insurance, paid time off, flexible scheduling, 401(k) and paid volunteer time.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Search for, and apply for, open remote positions here.

2. Adobe

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Adobe is known for several products, including Acrobat, Photoshop and Illustrator. The company, which employs more than 21,000 people, has offices in cities around the world but also offers numerous work-from-home opportunities.

  • Benefits: Adobe has a substantial benefits package that includes medical insurance, 401(k), dependent care FSA, unlimited PTO and tuition reimbursement. The company also offers employee resource groups to help workers from similar backgrounds connect.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Go to the Adobe careers page and select “United States of America” as the country and “Remote” followed by your state as the location to see current remote positions available to you.

3. Alorica

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Alorica provides customer service and customer relationship management across a variety of industries, including healthcare and retail.

The company employs more than 100,000 people around the world and hires WFH customer service positions. There are a variety of shifts available, so it’s ideal if you’re looking for a flexible schedule.

  • Benefits: Alorica’s employee benefits include health insurance, tuition reimbursement, bonus potential, paid vacation and retirement planning.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: On the Alorica jobs page, select your country and “Virtual” as your location to see what opportunities are available.

4. Amazon

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There’s no need to explain what Amazon does; it’s one of the best-known companies in the world. Amazon employed more than 1.5 million people in 2022, according to Statista.

Want to be one of those people? Amazon has an entire page that lists work-from-home jobs in several areas, including HR, software development and sales.

  • Benefits: Amazon’s benefits package for employees includes health coverage, 401(k), paid parental leave, adoption assistance and employee discounts. Amazon’s tuition assistance program will fund tuition in advance for bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees, GEDs and ESL certifications. Employees are eligible to participate in this program after just 90 days on the job.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: See a list of open WFH positions here.

5. Appen

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Appen is a software company that counts training data and data collection among its solutions.

The company serves numerous industries, including technology, automotive, government and healthcare.

It has various remote job roles that include part-time to longer-term projects as well as full-time corporate positions in management, engineering and more. Appen was named the most remote-friendly company in the U.S. over the last five years by FlexJobs.

  • Benefits: Full-time employees enjoy a variety of benefits, such as health insurance, 401(k), parental leave, tuition assistance and volunteer time off. Part-time or contract associates are not offered any benefits.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Go to the Appen job portal to see current WFH opportunities.


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BELAY offers services to help businesses run more efficiently. Some services offered include bookkeeping, social media management and website management.

BELAY only hires for remote roles, so you can rest assured that any job posted on the website will be a WFH job. There are both corporate and contractor jobs available.

  • Benefits: Contractors at BELAY don’t receive benefits, but corporate workers are offered benefits like health and life insurance, company social outings, fitness reimbursement, paid time off and performance bonuses.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Browse current job openings and apply on the BELAY website.

7. BroadPath

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BroadPath offers customer support for industries like health care, financial services and travel and hospitality.

The company has a work-from-home business model allowing employees to work from wherever they live.

BroadPath has had this business model for at least a decade, making it ahead of many companies on this list, and has proven that the model can be successful.

  • Benefits: BroadPath hires by project, and so its workers are considered temporary. However, the company does offer health insurance to employees after 12 months of service.
  • Pay: Varies by project.
  • How to Apply: Go to BroadPath’s website to search for open jobs and apply online.

8. Bookkeepers.com

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Bookkeepers.com offers leading training courses that have helped thousands of people launch their own virtual bookkeeping businesses, giving them the freedom to work remotely.

You don’t have to be an accountant or good at math to start. As long as you’re motivated, Bookkeepers.com will teach you everything you need to know.

  • Benefits: Bookkeepers.com doesn’t offer any benefits. But once you’re done with its training course, you’ll be your own boss and make your own rules.
  • Pay: Up to $69 per hour
  • How to Apply: To take the first free classes, submit your email address here.


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CACTUS‘ mission is to further scientific and other research by helping researchers meet their publication goals and by making research more accessible to a wider population.

CACTUS firmly believes that scientific research is vital in helping societies grow and move forward in today’s ever-changing world.

CACTUS is a remote-first company that hires writers, editors, marketers, sales associates, customer service representatives and more to be a part of the future.

  • Benefits: CACTUS offers flexible work hours, paid time off, paid holidays, medical insurance and more to its employees.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Search for open positions and apply via the CACTUS website.

10. Cigna

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Cigna is a medical insurance company that employs more than 70,000 people.

The company is headquartered in Connecticut but offers various positions in a remote capacity, including claims representative, medical director, pharmacy counsel, pharmacy technician and senior data scientist.

Cigna also focuses on recruiting veterans and their families and runs a Veterans Enterprise Resource Group called Salute.

  • Benefits: Cigna’s main benefits fall into one of four categories: Personal health, family health, community health and financial health. That includes medical insurance, 401(k), paid time off and tuition reimbursement.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: See a list of remote positions by typing “Remote” into the search bar on the Cigna careers page.

11. Citizens Bank

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  • Benefits: Citizens Bank offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes health insurance, 401(k) with company match, educational assistance and discounts on financial products like mortgages and savings accounts.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Browse remote jobs at Citizens Bank by typing selecting “Yes” in the “Remote” drop-down.

12. Concentrix

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Concentrix is a customer experience outsourcing company that employs people in more than 40 countries, many of whom work from home full time.

Most available positions are in customer service.

  • Benefits: Benefits at Concentrix include health insurance, individual and team rewards and performance-based pay.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: See what WFH jobs are available here and apply through the Concentrix website.

13. CrowdStrike

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CrowdStrike identifies itself as “the industry’s most advanced cloud-native platform” and has been named a leader in The Forrester Wave: Endpoint Detection and Response Providers.

The company promises to provide its customers with secure cloud storage via its remote-first workforce.

  • Benefits: Benefits at CrowdStrike include an employee stock purchase plan, medical insurance, 401(k), parental and fertility assistance, executive coaching and mentorship and more.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Head to CrowdStrike’s website to search and apply for remote roles.

14. CVS Health

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CVS Health is known for its pharmacies across the country, but it also offers a lot of WFH positions.

Remote roles at CVS include IT account manager, senior data scientist, case management analyst and patient care technician.

Some positions require you to be located within certain states, but others can be done from anywhere in the U.S.

  • Benefits: CVS Health offers a wide range of benefits, including medical insurance, a stock purchase plan, tuition reimbursement and an employee discount at CVS stores.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Apply for remote positions via the CVS jobs website.

15. Dell

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Dell is best known for its range of personal computers. Headquartered in Round Rock, Texas, Dell employs more than 165,000 people worldwide, including many remote employees.

Remote job opportunities at Dell include solutions principal, data science consultant and software engineer.

  • Benefits: Dell’s benefits package includes health coverage, employee pricing on Dell products, employee referral bonuses and professional counseling. Dell puts great importance on work-life balance for its employees.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Browse WFH jobs by selecting “Yes” under “Remote” in the left sidebar on Dell’s job portal.

16. Elevance Health

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Elevance Health (formerly Anthem) is a health insurance company that offers various part-time and full-time positions in a remote capacity.

WFH jobs at Elevance Health include behavioral health case manager, marketing coordinator, nurse case manager and referral services assistant.

  • Benefits: Benefits at Elevance Health include 100% paid preventative health care, six weeks of parental leave at 100% of pay, adoption and surrogacy assistance, paid time off and back-to-school assistance.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Search for remote jobs here and narrow your search down by career area to see what options are available to you.

17. HCA

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HCA Healthcare is made up of 185 hospitals and over 2,000 sites of care in 20 U.S. states and the U.K.

Sites of care include freestanding ERs, surgery centers, urgent care centers and physician’s offices. The company employs more than 270,000 people in total, both within its facilities and in a remote capacity.

Remote opportunities at HCA include inpatient coder, infection data abstractor, management engineer and cardiac device technician.

  • Benefits: Benefits at HCA include tuition reimbursement, health benefits, time away from work policies, adoption reimbursement and 401(k).
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Search for work-from-home jobs by typing “Remote” into the search bar on the HCA careers site.

18. Hopper

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Hopper is a website and app that helps you find good deals on flights, hotels and car rentals.

While Hopper isn’t as large a company as many on this list, it is a fully remote company that has team members around the world who work from home.

  • Benefits: Benefits at Hopper are typical and include health coverage, paid time off, 401(k) and company stock options.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Browse Hopper’s remote jobs to see what’s available in your field.

19. HubSpot

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HubSpot offers an easy-to-use CRM platform with hubs for marketing, sales, service, operations and content management. HubSpot offers several remote roles, and was named the No. 11 Best Place to Work in 2023 on Glassdoor.

  • Benefits: HubSpot’s benefits focus on work/life balance, offering unlimited vacation days, a paid sabbatical opportunity, parental benefits and more.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: View and apply for open remote positions at HubSpot here.

20. Hubstaff

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Hubstaff is a fully remote company that offers monitoring services, such as time-tracking software, to other companies with remote workforces. Hubstaff lists customers such as Groupon and Instacart on its website.

Available remote job roles include software engineer, care coordinator and medical coding coordinator.

  • Benefits: Benefits at Hubstaff include health insurance, annual retreats, generous PTO and paid parental leave.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Browse Hopper’s remote jobs to see what’s available in your field.

21. Humana

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Humana is a health insurance company offering medical, dental and vision coverage.

The company has long believed in the power of a remote workforce — Humana reports that 47% of its workforce is remote during “typical” times, though this increased during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Available remote job roles include call center representative, pre-authorization registered nurse, coding specialist and pharmacy claims representative.

  • Benefits: Benefits at Humana include medical insurance, 401(k) with 125% company match up to 6%, paid volunteer time and life insurance.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Select “Remote” in the “Location Type” box on the Humana job listings site to see what’s available in your field.

22. InboxDollars

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Research companies pay people through InboxDollars to watch videos and then fill out surveys about them. You just have to answer honestly, and InboxDollars will continue to pay you every month.

This might sound too good to be true, but it’s already paid its users more than $60 million.

  • Benefits: InboxDollars doesn’t offer any benefits.
  • Pay: Up to $225 per month
  • How to Apply: It takes about one minute to register and start getting paid. Sign up here.

23. Intuit

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You might not have heard of Intuit directly, but you’ve certainly heard of its products, which include TurboTax, QuickBooks, Credit Karma and Mint.

Intuit hires remotely for positions such as mid-market account manager, tax associate and digital sales consultant.

  • Benefits: Full-time employees at Intuit enjoy benefits like health care, professional counseling, fertility benefits and dependent care FSA.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: WFH jobs are denoted with a green circle on the Intuit careers website.

24. Kaplan

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Kaplan provides learning resources such as test prep, career advancement and foreign language instruction for students of all ages.

Kaplan has a global presence but is headquartered in the U.S. and has many remote job openings. Positions are available in multiple areas such as marketing, accounting, recruiting and IT.

  • Benefits: Kaplan offers the usual benefits — health, 401(k), etc. — in addition to its Gift of Knowledge Program, which offers free or discounted courses to employees and their immediate family through the Kaplan platform.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Browse Kaplan’s remote job listings by selecting “Remote/Nationwide, USA” under “Locations.”

25. Kelly Services

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Kelly Services is a staffing agency that hires internally as well as for its business partners. Kelly’s specialty areas include education, technology, engineering, science and government.

  • Benefits: Benefits vary based on the position.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Click to see available WFH job listings through Kelly Services.

26. Lionbridge

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Lionbridge provides content, testing and translation services to multiple industries, including life sciences, automotive, gaming, banking and travel.

The company operates in 28 countries and employs thousands of people worldwide.

  • Benefits: In addition to typical benefits like health insurance and 401(k), Lionbridge lets employees take their birthday off and encourages employees to volunteer by offering paid time off for this purpose.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Click here to see a list of current remote positions at Lionbridge.

27. Liveops

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Liveops offers virtual call center services to companies in multiple industries, including health care, retail, insurance, energy and travel.

While corporate jobs at Liveops are based at the company’s headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona, the company hires work-from-home agents on a contractor basis. This allows you to work as much or as little as you want, and whenever you want.

Be prepared for some upfront costs, including providing your own equipment and paying for your own background check.

  • Benefits: Because Liveops agents are independent contractors and not employees, no benefits are offered.
  • Pay: Earnings are dependent on call volume, incentives, utilization and how many hours you can commit, but most agents earn between $12 and $17 per hour.
  • How to Apply: Click here to see current openings for Liveops agent positions.

28. Mozilla

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Mozilla is best known for being the creator of the FireFox web browser. The company strives to put “people before profit, creating products, technologies and programs that make the internet healthier for everyone.”

Mozilla hires remote roles all over the world to help it achieve this mission.

  • Benefits: In addition to a flexible work environment, Mozilla offers benefits such as 26 weeks of fully paid parental leave for childbearing parents and 12 weeks for non-childbearing parents, health insurance, reimbursement for professional development and wellness reimbursement.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: You can view open remote positions on the Mozilla website.

29. Neighbor

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Neighbor works by connecting people who need storage space with hosts who have the room to spare.

The average host makes about $300 a month, but some people have earned up to $50,000 a year just by letting people park on their property.

It’s free to list your space, and you’ll only be charged a 4.9% processing fee from the profit you make each month.

  • Benefits: Neighbor offers up to $1 million in free protection as a host.
  • Pay: $300+ per month
  • How to Apply: To see how much you could earn, sign up here.

30. Parexel

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Parexel is a clinical research organization company that offers a wide range of solutions for customers.

The company has a variety of remote roles open, ranging from regulatory affairs consultant to drug safety associate.

  • Benefits: Parexel benefits include health coverage, HSA, 401(k) and more.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: View and apply to remote jobs at Parexel here.

31. Robert Half

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Robert Half is a management consulting company that helps its clients find and hire the right candidates for their company, as well as providing services such as accounting, customer support, marketing and legal.

  • Benefits: Robert Half offers its employees benefits such as health care, paid parental leave, tuition assistance and adoption assistance.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Search for work-from-home jobs at Robert Half here.

32. Salesforce

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Salesforce is a customer relationship management company that serves a huge variety of industries.

It’s one of the best-known CRM providers out there right now, and the company is always hiring for new positions, many of which are remote.

  • Benefits: Benefits at Salesforce include medical coverage, flexible spending accounts, 401(k), employee stock purchase plan, educational reimbursement and paid parental leave.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: To see current remote job listings at Salesforce, click here, then select United States of America and your state followed by “Remote” in the left sidebar.

33. Stride K12

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Stride K12 is an education company that offers online, in-person or hybrid learning. The company caters to homeschooled kids, military families and those looking for learning opportunities beyond their local public K-12 schools.

Stride K12 has virtual jobs in several areas, including teaching, HR and marketing.

  • Benefits: Benefits include health coverage, parental leave, flexible spending accounts, paid time off and 401(k).
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: See a list of virtual jobs in corporate and teaching by selecting “Virtual” under “Company Location.”

34. Stitch Fix

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Stitch Fix is a fashion subscription service that matches customers with new outfits every month by pairing them with stylists who get to know their preferences and curate the perfect clothes and accessories.

Stitch Fix has numerous remote openings in fields such as finance, engineering, operations and styling.

  • Benefits: Stitch Fix benefits for full-time employees include health insurance, unlimited vacation, learning and development, clothing discounts and more.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Browse remote openings at Stitch Fix and apply here.

35. Sutherland Global Services

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Sutherland Global Services is a process transformation company that specializes in helping its customers bring their processes into the digital age.

The company serves clients in more than 140 countries and in over 40 languages. Sutherland hires remotely for numerous roles, including network support, medical coding, customer service and IT.

  • Benefits: Sutherland’s benefits package includes paid time off, paid training, medical benefits, flexible scheduling, performance incentives and career advancement opportunities.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Search for remote roles at Sutherland by clicking here and checking either “Permanent WAH” or “Temporary WAH” in the “Work Type” category.

36. TranscribeMe

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TranscribeMe is a company that does exactly what the name suggests: transcribe a variety of audio files to aid comprehension and make content more accessible.

TranscribeMe is a great way to make money for students, stay-at-home parents or others looking to make some extra money each month without taking on the commitment of a full-time job.

  • Benefits: Because TranscribeMe hires people on a contract basis, there are no benefits offered.
  • Pay: TranscribeMe pays $15 to $22 per audio hour with a maximum monthly earning potential of $2,200. The average worker makes $250 per month transcribing audio and video files from home.
  • How to Apply: Create a TranscribeMe account and complete a training course and an exam. Those who pass the exam will be able to start claiming transcribing jobs.

37. Trusted Health

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Trusted Health matches travel nurses with jobs that fit their requirements, preferences and location.

When you sign up for an account with Trusted Health, you’ll see personalized job matches based on your license type and clinical specialties.

When you get a match, you will see information about the facility, the pay and the assignment (length, shift, etc) so you can determine whether it’s a good fit.

  • Benefits: Benefits depend on the assignment you are contracted for.
  • Pay: Varies based on assignment.
  • How to Apply: Sign up for Trusted Health by clicking here.

38. TTEC

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TTEC is a customer experience software as a service company whose employees help solve problems and provide support for their customers’ customers.

TTEC hires remotely for positions such as customer service, insurance, finance and sales.

  • Benefits: Benefits at TTEC include medical, dental and vision coverage; 401(k); pet insurance; paid leave; and tuition reimbursement.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: Search for available WFH jobs on the TTEC careers portal.

39. Tutor.com

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Tutor.com is a service of the Princeton Review that offers personalized tutoring services for students in all stages of their education.

Tutor.com offers work-from-anywhere opportunities for tutors who want flexibility and regular payments with no invoices required.

  • Benefits: No benefits are offered to tutors, as they are considered independent contractors rather than employees.
  • Pay: Tutor.com does not list its hourly rate, but tutors report an average of $12-$13 per hour on Glassdoor.
  • How to Apply: Click here to apply to be a tutor.

40. UnitedHealth Group

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UnitedHealth Group primarily provides medical insurance policies through United Healthcare. It is also the parent company of Optum, which is a health information and technology firm.

UnitedHealth Group hires in many areas, including clinical, consulting, corporate, healthcare, project management and technology. Many of these jobs are remote.

  • Benefits: Benefits include medical plans, savings and retirement plans, tuition reimbursement, adoption assistance and paid time off. UnitedHealth Group offers medical and wellness benefits to full-time employees, as well as part-time employees who work 20 hours or more per week.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: To see a complete list of remote job openings at UnitedHealth Group, click here.

41. Working Solutions

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Working Solutions provides customer service through its virtual contact center network. Companies that use Working Solutions include Shell, Intuit, Pfizer, Sprint, Peloton, Zillow and Expedia.

Agents at Working Solutions are all WFH and can work when and where they want. Because of that, agents are considered independent contractors instead of employees.

  • Benefits: Because agents are not employees of Working Solutions, there are no benefits offered.
  • Pay: Working Solutions reports that its agents can earn up to $19 per hour, plus bonuses and incentives.
  • How to Apply: Search for available jobs here, and click the button to apply.

42. Xerox

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Xerox has been around since the early 1900s and offers printers and supplies, 3D printing and various business solutions.

The company is headquartered in Rochester, New York, but employs over 8,000 remote associates through its Virtual Office Program.

This program employs associates in customer care, tech support, quality control, systems development and more.

  • Benefits: Benefits at Xerox include paid holidays, healthcare, life insurance, retirement savings plans, employee assistance programs and resources for childcare and eldercare.
  • Pay: Varies by position.

43. Zoom

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Zoom has been providing cloud video conferencing since its initial release in 2012, but thanks to the pandemic pushing all meetings to virtual, it became the fifth-most-downloaded app worldwide in 2020.

Zoom is hiring for many positions, including some that are fully remote (and, presumably, meet with their teams via Zoom).

Remote positions at Zoom include social media manager, product marketing manager, and customer success manager

  • Benefits: Zoom offers benefits like health insurance, 16 weeks paid parental leave, generous PTO, personal finance coaching and book reimbursement.
  • Pay: Varies by position.
  • How to Apply: View remote job listings at Zoom here.

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