Work from home: Top 25 companies hiring for part-time jobs in 2018

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Work from home: Top 25 companies hiring for part-time jobs in 2018
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If you want to work from home and have been looking for a remote job for a while, there’s a new list of the top 25 companies that are taking applications right now!

FlexJobs analyzed more than 50,000 companies to identify those that have recruited the most part-time remote workers so far in 2018.

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FlexJobs: These 25 companies are hiring for part-time, remote jobs in 2018 

“Working part-time can be a great solution for many people, such as working parents, caregivers, semi-retirees, career changers, and others who for whatever reason don’t find a full-time schedule appealing,” said Sara Sutton, founder and CEO of FlexJobs. “The good news is that we have seen significant growth in the depth and variety of opportunities for professional remote, part-time jobs over the past few years.”

There’s a lot of competition for these work-at-home jobs. When Clark.com shares job alerts for remote positions with companies like Amazon, the ads are usually taken down within a few days.

The online retail giant didn’t make FlexJobs’ top 25 list, but companies in the education, health care and human resources fields are well represented — and they’re hiring employees from entry-level through senior-level management.

With so many people vying for remote jobs, be sure that you meet all the requirements (including education) before you apply:

  1. Scheduling: Full-time or part-time? Days, nights or weekends? If the shift is specified in the job posting, you need to be available to work at those times.
  2. Location: Some 100% virtual jobs are only open to people who live in specific states.
  3. Technical: Do you have a strong internet connection? It’s a basic requirement for many work-from-home jobs, even those that provide other equipment like a computer and headset.

Ready to start searching for a stay-at-home job today? Get your resume up to date and begin with some of the companies that made FlexJobs’ new top 25 list…

  1. Appen
  2. Class100
  3. Supporting Strategies
  4. Grand Canyon University – GCU
  5. VocoVision
  6. K12
  7. Robert Half International
  8. Landi English
  9. GreatAuPair
  10. FlexProfessionals
  11. Kaplan
  12. EXL
  13. Lionbridge
  14. Walden University
  15. Achieve Test Prep
  16. DVMelite
  17. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  18. Cactus Communications
  19. YELP
  20. Edmentum
  21. Colorado State University – CSU
  22. Profit Factory
  23. UnitedHealth Group
  24. Independence University
  25. Rosetta Stone

Job scams: What you need to know 

When applying for remote jobs, beware of scams! FlexJobs is unlike most job search websites that you’ve probably used in the past because it charges a membership fee starting at $14.95 for a month.

The big upside is that it filters out the junk postings — there are only legitimate opportunities.

However, if you’re using other search engines, FlexJobs says avoiding two common phrases will reduce the number of scams you see in the results:

Keywords to avoid 

  • Work-from-home
  • Work-at-home

Keywords to use instead

  • Telecommuting
  • Virtual
  • Remote job
  • Distributed team

To learn about more opportunities, see Clark’s Work From Home Guide. We also have a list of some of the most popular job scams and how to avoid them. 

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