Common Work From Home Jobs and The 10 Best Companies Who Offer Them

Common Work From Home Jobs and The 10 Best Companies Who Offer Them

If you feel the same way about working from home and youíre currently looking for a job, you should know that landing a fully remote job is more possible than ever nowadays. Most companies embrace remote work: 34% of remote employees work 4-5 days a week out of the office. At HubSpot, weíre huge proponents of working from home, so we want to help you find the companies and jobs that allow you to enjoy a fully remote lifestyle. Common Work From Home Jobs Becoming a remote worker doesnít mean you have to pigeonhole yourself in a specific role. When looking for a remote job, sift through sites that only list remote jobs, like We Work Remotely or Remote.co. Featured below are some common remote roles you can find on the two websites: Accounting Consulting Customer Service Customer Support Copywriting Data Science Design DevOps Editing Healthcare And where will you find work? The 10 Best Work From Home Companies To help you find the best places to work remotely, we created a list of the top ten companies who are ranked in FlexJobsí Top 100 Work from Home Companies list in 2018 and have at least a 3.5/5 rating on Glassdoor. #1 Company for Remote Jobs in 2018 Glassdoor Rating: 4.0 VIPKID is a live, one-to-one online learning platform that matches English teachers with students in China. Dell #9 Company for Remote Jobs in 2018 Glassdoor Rating: 3.8 Dell is a technology company that develops, sells, and supports computers and IT infrastructure.

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Every year on HubSpotís content team, our whole team works remotely for a week. By working from home full-time and conducting all our meetings through video conference software, remote week helps us develop empathy for our remote colleagues and teaches us how to more effectively collaborate with our co-workers who live halfway across the world.

Today marks the last day of remote week, and, to be frank, Iím kind of sad. I thoroughly enjoyed getting an extra hour of sleep everyday, working comfortably in my pajamas, and rocking out to John Mayer — with no headphones on. It was pretty liberating.

If you feel the same way about working from home and youíre currently looking for a job, you should know that landing a fully remote job is more possible than ever nowadays.

Most companies embrace remote work: 34% of remote employees work 4-5 days a week out of the office. And since remote workers are usually more engaged and efficient than office workers, employers will support working from home even more in the future.

At HubSpot, weíre huge proponents of working from home, so we want to help you find the companies and jobs that allow you to enjoy a fully remote lifestyle.

Read on to find your next remote job.

Common Work From Home Jobs

Becoming a remote worker doesnít mean you have to pigeonhole yourself in a specific role. We work in the age of the internet. Your job just has to be fully digital. When looking for a remote job, sift through sites that only list remote jobs, like We Work Remotely or Remote.co. Featured below are some common remote roles you can find on the two websites:

  • Accounting
  • Consulting
  • Customer Service
  • Customer Support
  • Copywriting
  • Data Science
  • Design
  • DevOps
  • Editing
  • Healthcare
  • IT
  • Marketing
  • Project Management
  • Podcaster
  • Quality Analyst (QA)
  • Recruiting & HR
  • Sales
  • Software Development
  • Teacher/Tutor
  • Transcription
  • Virtual Assistant
  • Writing

Freelancing is also a common role for remote workers. But before you start your own venture, you must be…

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