With the new year here, you may be like many people who’ve decided to search for a new and more flexible job. But you may be wondering: What companies are hiring right now?
Jobs site FlexJobs.com recently listed some of the top companies hiring for work-from-home jobs.
What Companies Usually Hire for Work-From-Home Jobs?
The list represents companies that had the most job postings on FlexJobs from January 1 to December 31, 2021.
With the job market leaning in on remote work, FlexJobs anticipates that 2022 will be a rewarding one for people looking for work-from-home positions.
Let’s take a look at the list from FlexJobs.
These Companies Commonly Hire For Work-From-Home Jobs
- Wikimedia Foundation
- Achieve Test Prep
- Coalition Technologies
- Chainlink Labs
- Cactus Communications
- Protocol Labs
- DreamView Inc.
- Chili Piper
- Mango Languages
- Cambridge Proofreading & Editing
- Venga Global
FlexJobs is a job search website that focuses on identifying legitimate job postings, but it's not free. The service charges $24.95 per month because a real person reviews every single job posting to help you avoid bogus listings and scams. If you are interested in any of the jobs on this list, try visiting the specific company's job site directly or read this article from Team Clark before you sign up for FlexJobs.
Learn More Before You Apply
After a look at the list, make sure you familiarize yourself with the companies you’re interested in by doing some research.
- Go to the company's website and read its press releases and blog posts to get a feel for what's important to the organization.
- If it's a public company, look up the firm's latest investor relations report, where you'll find financial information about the business.
- Go to LinkedIn and see if any of the company's employees are in your network. If so, ask them if they can tell you something about the company.
“Work-from-anywhere, remote jobs are highly coveted because they provide the ultimate freedom and flexibility,” Brie Reynolds, career development manager at FlexJobs, says in the report. “However, due to their popularity, they can be extremely competitive to land — even in a hot job seeker’s market.”
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More Job Resources From Clark.com:
- Clark Howard's Work From Home Guide
- 5 Ways To Spot Work-From-Home Job Scams
- 25 of the Best Linkedin Profile Tips & Tricks