Want to Work From Home? These Companies Are Hiring

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Does working from home sound like a dream come true? It’s easier than ever before to make that dream a reality.

According to FlexJobs, telecommuting has grown 103 percent since 2005. That is good news for workers, since up to 90 percent of Americans say they would like to work from home at least part time.

FlexJobs founder and CEO Sara Sutton Fell said in a statement:

Job seekers consistently report that telecommuting is the most desired form of flexible work, with many willing to take a pay cut, forfeit vacation time or give up matching retirement savings plans for a telecommuting work arrangement,

If you are serious about finding a legitimate job where you can work from home, it’s helpful to know where to begin searching. That is especially true in light of the fact that so many scammers are looking to rip off job seekers.

According to FlexJobs, health care, technology and education currently have the most work-from-home positions available. These are the top 25 employers that currently are seeking out remote workers:

  1. UnitedHealth Group
  2. Aetna
  3. Dell
  4. K12
  5. Kaplan
  6. Humana
  7. Xerox
  8. Salesforce
  9. Connections Education
  10. SAP
  12. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  13. Haynes & Company
  14. Anthem Inc.
  15. University of Maryland University College
  16. Worldpay
  17. Western Governors University
  18. Thermo Fisher Scientific
  19. Covance
  20. Achieve Test Prep
  21. Wells Fargo
  22. Nielsen
  23. VMware
  24. LanguageLine Solutions
  25. Red Hat

Many of the top 25 companies were also listed in FlexJobs’ 2016 top 100 companies for remote jobs.

For more, check out “10 Work-From-Home Jobs That Pay 6 Figures.”

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