If you’ve spent much time looking for genuine work from home jobs, you’ve probably found a lot of great opportunities that had you pretty excited to apply… only to find out that the company doesn’t hire in your state.
What a bummer!
For whatever reason, not all companies will hire from anywhere. Some want people who are close enough to travel to do some in-person training. Others will only hire in the states where they operate or where they have “hubs.” And some states just plain and simple make it more difficult to hire remote contractors with their regulations, taxes, and laws.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a list of places that hire at-home workers who can truly work from anywhere?
Good news! You asked, and I answered! Today’s post is all about work-at-home jobs that you can land from anywhere in the U.S. — and some will even hire you from anywhere in the world. The great news is that you have a TON of options to find a work-from-anywhere job. Let’s jump right in!
You know I love virtual assisting. It’s how I got started with working from home, and it can open all kinds of doors for you. As a VA, you can strike out on your own… but you can also join up with 24/7 Virtual Assistant to get a steady stream of VA work doing anything from very basic administrative support to bookkeeping, email marketing, and even HR work.
A teaching certificate and bachelor’s degree is required to work with Aim-4-A, but if you’ve got these in the bag then tutoring is a great job you can get from anywhere. There are other tutoring companies that may be available to you, too.
Whether you want to work with one of the best customer service teams in the U.S. or you want to flex your travel agent muscles, American Express has a great opportunity for you. This job comes with benefits, which many work-at-home jobs don’t offer. They aren’t hiring in every region at all times, but if you keep an eye on this one, there may be an opening for you soon!
Apple is another great company that hires from all over the U.S. You can work via phone or chat, depending on what role you’re in, and you’ll also be eligible for benefits even as a part-time employee.
The Arise Work from Home isn’t the right work-at-home arrangement for everyone, but is it right for you? If you’re ready to commit and really turn it into a career, it’s absolutely worth a second look.
Most of the big computer technology companies offer work-at-home positions, and Dell is no exception. In fact, it’s been recognized as a great job for at-home moms because of how many remote jobs they have and the fact that many roles come with full benefits. And not all jobs are tech-related, either.
Many specific jobs with Dell do say that they hire by region, but look for anything with the word “remote” in the description to find jobs that you can do anywhere.
Leapforce is a really interesting work-at-home job for people who are always curious about what’s going on in the world around them. It’s a search engine evaluation position, and you can make some real money with it.
Rev is a great place to work when you truly need to do it on your own schedule. With Rev, you can do transcription, translation, and video captioning work. It’s one of those great opportunities that truly is what you make of it — and you control your hours 100%!
The ubiquitous orange “moving and storage” brand is also well known for its great work-at-home program. If you want to do sales or customer service work from your own home, this is a can’t-miss job opportunity.
One of the things to note about VoiceLog is that you work as an independent contractor. The job often involves customer service roles where you help callers over the phone. It’s an interesting job that offers shifts of 2 to 6 hours, and you’re required to work at least 20 hours per week. If that sounds good to you, check them out!
I love Working Solutions because they really cater to the at-home employee. Theirs is primarily a customer service role over the phone, and they go out of their way to offer you the support you need to do your job well. There’s even a bonus for referring someone else to work for them!
Xerox is another great company that offers a work-at-home program. Work-at-home roles with Xerox go way beyond customer support and can include things like tech support, quality control, systems development, and even software programming. If you’ve got a tech background and want to work from home, see what Xerox has available!
Finding Genuine Work from Home Jobs in Any State
This list is by no means exhaustive — there are tons of companies that hire all kinds of roles (highly skilled and otherwise) in remote positions. You can certainly track down all of these companies and check their job postings regularly if that’s what you like to do. But there are other ways to find this kind of work, too.
First, you can join my newsletter where I send work-at-home job leads each week.
You can also scan the job boards — Indeed.com is a good place to start — and plug in keywords like “remote” or “telecommute” along with your regular search terms. But probably my favorite job board is FlexJobs. It’s a paid job board, but they have vetted every lead to ensure it’s legitimate. You don’t have to worry about scams! FlexJobs specializes in non-traditional arrangements like remote work, so their search feature will really let you dig down deep into the type of work you are looking for: full-time, part-time, 100% telecommute, entry level, manager level, employee positions, etc. It’s the best one-stop-shop I’ve found for available work-at-home jobs, which is why I love it so much.
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