Are you looking for a remote job? Are you wondering which companies are legit? That's why you're here. Right?
FlexJobs recently released their annual Top 100 Companies with Remote Jobs. Several of the companies on the list are almost always hiring and are also companies for which I have received good feedback from my community. So, I thought this would be a good opportunity to feature those work-from-home companies knowing they are legit and community-approved.
This list may be a great place to start your at-home search if you are new to the online world. I’ve tried to include a job mix of industries and opportunities as well.
You can view FlexJobs' full list here.
Evaluator jobs are a fan favorite among my community. Not because of the endless amount of hours available to work – that’s usually not the case – but because of the flexibility. Depending on the project, you can often work your weekly hours anytime you want. And, it’s non-phone work.
That being said, some projects have more hours available than others. Some projects may only allow you to work one hour per week. But, this is a good gig to keep in your back pocket should you be able to get on with the company.
Currently hiring Internet Analysts, Voice Data Collectors, Social Media Evaluators and more.
Lionbridge’s work is along the same lines as Appen. And if hired as a Search Engine Evaluator, you can usually work for one company or the other, not both.
This company does offer crowdtasking jobs in addition to rating. Currently hiring Raters, Internet Search Administrators and more.
VIPKID hires English tutors. Many people in our community love this gig for the flexible hours and above-average pay. You don’t need to prepare any classroom assignments. Education materials will be provided.
To qualify, you must have a bachelor's degree in any subject plus any “formal” or “informal” teaching experience such as mentoring, tutoring, coaching, or alternative education. The video interview is really important for this one. It’s not something you should be worried about, however. They just want to make sure you have a great personality, are high energy and can interact well with the kids.
Liveops specializes in call center outsourcing. They currently work with over 400 companies and have over 20,000 at-home agents.
Numerous remote call center openings are available, including taking food orders, payroll support, roadside assistance and more.
Working Solutions has a solid standing in the remote work world. The company has been around since 1996. They offer a nice variety of projects across many industries.
Numerous remote call center openings including senior living customer support, tax season support and more.
TTEC was founded in 1982 and currently has over 49,000 employees around the world. TTEC@Home is currently looking for call center agents in the U.S. and Canada. You will need internet access and a landline phone. Training is paid. You must be able to work 4-6 hours in one shift.
Current openings include data entry, business sales, customer service and more.
Kelly Services is a well-known staffing company here in the U.S. KellyConnect is their remote work division. They pay weekly and offer a bonus plan.
Current remote positions include chat tech support and Asset Recovery Agent.
Concentrix is another long-standing outsourced call center having been around since 2004. They hire in the U.S., Canada and Europe. They do not currently hire in hire in California, Vermont, Alaska, New York or Seattle.
Customer service positions available.
TranscribeMe, as the name suggests, offers transcription services. While the pay isn’t the best, $15-22 per audio hour, they do hire without experience and the work is flexible. It’s an opportunity to get in some practice and work into higher-paying transcription jobs.
Hiring at-home transcriptionists. Open to beginners.
If you are bilingual, LanguageLine Solutions may be what you are looking for in a work-at-home job. They hire Interpreters for almost every language. Some openings even have hiring bonuses available.
These are employee positions. Calls are taken by telephone and video and cover a wide variety of industries; Healthcare, Government, Insurance, Financial, Utilities, Travel & Hospitality, General Business, Law Enforcement, Court, and 911.
SYKESHome almost always has openings. They handle the phone centers for a wide variety of clients.
CACTUS offers both freelance and full-time work-at-home positions. The positions they hire for are primarily scientific writing and editing. They typically require a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in a specific field of study, such as Biochemistry or biomedical sciences.
Current openings include Medical Editor, Senior Scientific Writer and more.
Hilton is a name you know. The company offers remote workers an opportunity to work in Hilton Reservations and Customer Care.
This company offers employee benefits, including paid time off, base pay + incentives, health insurance and more.
If you have a healthcare background, check out work-at-home opportunities with Anthem. They offer a wide variety of positions that can be done remotely. Most require some specialized training.
Many test prep positions at Kaplan can be done remotely. You do need to commit to a six-month contract and most tutoring is done during weekday evenings and weekends. You also cannot work for other test prep companies.
There is a good chance you have rented, or considered renting, a car from Enterprise at some point in your life. Enterprise hires both remote customer service and sales representatives.
Openings are state-specific. Current openings have a starting pay of $13 per hour plus bonuses. According to the website, top performers can earn some sweet cash. Current openings are full-time.
There are a few companies that hire at-home scorers. Pearson is one of those companies. They also hire transcribers, tutors and others to work from home.
These are often seasonal positions. Read the listing carefully for requirements and time commitments.
Carlson Wagonlit Travel has been providing business travel and meeting event planning services since 1994. They offer a lot of different travel-related positions. Some are 100% remote. Some are only partial remote positions.
CWT currently has a VIP Travel Counselor position that is 100% telecommute. Two to three years travel industry experience is required.
Education First is one of the few English tutoring companies based in the USA. The company has been helping students around the globe learn English for over 50 years.
EF teachers can choose their own schedule and earn up to $20 per hour. You will need a bachelor's degree in any subject from a US or UK university. Prior teaching, tutoring, homeschooling or mentoring experience is a must.
Applicants need full-time weekday hour availability as you will be “on call” for your clients. As a contractor, you can work as few of 10 hours per week or as many as 40+.
All Boldly Virtual Assistants are now W-2 employees. This is a common request among the work-at-home community. It’s so much easier to look after those taxes, after all, when they are already taken out of your check!
Becoming a Virtual Assistant for Worldwide101 comes with other employee benefits as well, such as paid holidays and parental leave. They also promote from within and offer ongoing training.
Current openings include Executive Assistant, Paralegal, Marketing & Social Media Specialist and Project Manager.
Williams-Sonoma occasionally hires seasonal work-from-home customer service reps. These typically have a location requirement attached. The most recent openings were employee positions with benefits available. One to two years of customer service experience required.
If you have a healthcare background, UnitedHealth Group is a company to look into. They have a variety of remote positions available. This is an extremely popular company with former nurses who are looking for online work.
One of the most recent positions offering 100% remote work was for a telecommute assess and triage care advocate and offered full-time, daytime hours.
If that one doesn't fit your needs, don't worry! There were over 200 positions with telecommuting potential when I updated this post.
Amazon's work-from-home jobs are some of the most coveted around. Traditionally, the following was in search of their seasonal customer service positions. Today, we see a lot more variety in Amazon's remote work opportunities. From driving jobs with Flex to transcription jobs in the Alexa division, you will want to keep an eye open on this one.
These are just a few great work-from-home companies for you to consider. You can view FlexJobs' full list here.
P.S. Want a few tips to find out when these companies are hiring? Check out this post.