Work from home: The top 40 companies hiring for flexible jobs in 2018

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If you want to land a work-from-home job but don’t know where to look, FlexJobs is out with a new list that may come in handy.

The job search site, which is focused on telecommuting jobs — including freelance, flexible and part-time opportunities — has identified the top 40 companies hiring for those kinds of position during the last year.

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These companies are hiring for the most flexible jobs

What’s a flexible job? It’s a professional-level job that has a telecommuting, flexible schedule, part-time or freelance component.

Although not all flexible jobs will let you work from home, many of them do. Employers in fields like sales, IT, medical, customer service and education are looking to fill these positions.

“Companies are competing in a tight labor market, and in order to attract and retain top talent, they need to better meet employees’ expectations about what it means to have a fulfilling and healthy career—and at the top of that list is the desire for work flexibility,” said Sara Sutton, founder and CEO of FlexJobs. “So we have seen and expect to continue seeing the flexible job marketplace diversify, as companies across all sizes and industries recognize it as a top perk for employees, as well bringing bottom-line benefits to them.”

Read on to see the list of the top companies (excluding staffing agencies) that recruited the most flexible jobs since July 2017 on FlexJobs…

  1. UnitedHealth Group
  2. Pearson
  3. SAP
  4. Hilton
  5. BAYADA Home Health Care
  6. Aetna
  7. AFIRM
  8. Kaplan
  9. Anthem, Inc.
  10. Leidos
  11. Dahl Consulting
  12. Dell
  13. Carolinas HealthCare System
  14. Humana
  15. Thermo Fisher Scientific
  16. K12
  17. Enterprise Holdings
  18. Salesforce
  19. Grand Canyon University ‘ GCU
  20. American Red Cross
  21. Allergan
  22. RetailData
  23. Wells Fargo
  24. AT&T
  25. PRA Health Sciences
  26. Bon Secours Health System
  27. Amgen
  28. Magellan Health
  29. CVS Health
  30. Sodexo
  32. Learning Care Group
  33. Xerox
  34. Eagle
  35. Covance
  36. JPMorgan Chase
  37. Appen
  38. Gartner
  39. Fiserv
  40. Johns Hopkins University

If you’re interested in working for any of the companies on this list, you may want to consider a short-term subscription to FlexJobs, which starts at $14.95 for a month.

Yes, the service costs a few bucks — but it filters out all of the scam job postings.

Don’t want to pay the subscription fee? You can visit the official websites of the employers that are hiring and sign up for their newsletters to receive job alerts.

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