If the coronavirus pandemic has you dreaming of a work-from-home job, or of simply working less, a part-time remote job might be a solution.
At least 30 companies recently have been hiring for substantial numbers of part-time positions that are partially or fully remote, according to FlexJobs.
The subscription service for flexible-job seekers combed its database of more than 50,000 companies to identify those that offered the greatest number of these jobs between March 1 and May 31.
The FlexJobs analysis defines part-time jobs as those that require you to work fewer than 35 hours a week.
The top 30 companies are:
- Supporting Strategies
- Robert Half International
- Independence University
- Rasmussen College
- Achieve Test Prep
- LanguageLine Solutions
- Cactus Communications
- Expert Business Development
- Grand Canyon University
- Soliant Health
- Kelly Services
- Rosetta Stone
- Walden University
- Health Information Alliance
- Strayer University
- Profit Factory
- Colorado State University
- Doctor On Demand
- Southern New Hampshire University
To learn more about any of these companies — including what types of part-time remote jobs they have been seeking to fill recently — check out FlexJobs’ blog post about them.
How to find a work-from-home position
FlexJobs provides one of the best resources for finding legitimate part-time, remote, flexible-schedule or freelance work.
The subscription-based job board specializes in postings for these types of positions. It also screens jobs to make sure no work-from-home scams appear on the site.
Through June 30, you can cut the subscription cost of FlexJobs by as much as half. To get your savings, simply enter the code JOB at checkout.
Even if you don’t sign up for a subscription, FlexJobs offers a free blog and email newsletter. For more on FlexJobs, check out “This Job Board Specializes in Remote Work and Flexible Gigs.”