Want to work from home?
Wondering who’s hiring right now and for what positions?
Then keep reading, because we just scoured our list of 125 innovative and remote companies…
And we found 16 jobs that are 100% remote, work-from-home, telecommute, PJs-all-day, whatever you want to call it — and accepting applications right now.
Though we’ve organized them by category, we recommend you look through them all, since most don’t require any special type of experience or education.
Ready? Here we go…
Unique Remote Jobs
These openings don’t fit in any of the other categories, which means they’re actually some of the coolest ones available.
1. Online English Teacher
What a fun side gig!
As an English teacher with Education First, you’ll work a minimum of 15 hours per week, including evenings and weekends.
You need to be a native English speaker with at least an associate degree.
2. Executive Assistant
You’ve undoubtedly seen Upworthy’s inspirational stories splayed on your Facebook feed before — and right now, the popular website is searching for a “phenomenally organized” executive assistant.
Not only will you get to work closely with Upworthy’s “top two storytelling executives,” you’ll also have unlimited vacation time and full benefits.
To be eligible, you must live in the Eastern time zone.
3. Impressive Administrative Assistant
Clevertech, an app developer, is seeking a “fun” and tech-savvy “go-getter” of an administrative assistant.
You must do well with deadlines and complex projects, and be willing to work from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST.
4. People Operations Coordinator
Are you a people person?
You’ll earn $45,000-$60,000 per year, in addition to benefits like unlimited vacation!
Remote Content Jobs
Got a way with words? Or social media?
5. Content Specialist
Are you a “forward-leaning marketing content specialist who wants to reach an established global audience”? Can you write “exceptionally well”?
Then tech company Aha! is looking for someone like you.
6. Assistant Editor
Have you heard of The Cheat Sheet?
It’s a “set of time-saving cheats/guides to everything modern men want, need, and ought to know,” and the company is hiring an assistant editor.
You’ll need a bachelor’s degree (or equivalent experience), plus a background in editing.
7. Marketing Specialist
MonetizeMore, an ad-optimization company, is looking for a digital marketing specialist who is “content-marketing savvy,” and has experience with PR, writing and social media.
This company’s mantra is “stay hungry, stay grounded,” which it encourages through results-based incentives, surprise bonuses and fast-track promotions.
8. Social Media Manager
Finally, an excuse to hang on Facebook all day!
Toptal connects freelance designers and developers with clients worldwide — and wants someone to be the public voice of its company.
You must be active on social media and have “lots of initiative and creativity.”
Remote Customer Service Jobs
If you enjoy working with people, there are tons of work-from-home opportunities available for you.
If, on the other hand, the thought of a customer service role makes you shudder, we have a whole list of jobs just for you.
9. Customer Support Rep
InVision, which calls itself “the world’s leading design collaboration platform,” is looking for a customer support rep with weekend availability.
You must have excellent communication skills, be technically-savvy and reside in the Mountain or Pacific time zone.
The job also comes with some sweet perks: In addition to your salary and benefits, the company will pay for membership at a gym of your choice, plus UNLIMITED Starbucks cards and books from Amazon.
10. Accounting (or Virtual CFO) Team Member
Accounting firm Summit CPA is looking for remote staff accountants.
“Extensive experience with Excel” and the ability to work in a team and under pressure are required.
Oh, and how could I forget? You get Fridays off during the company’s off-peak season of November through April!
11. Customer Support Representative
Big Universe is an education technology company used in 30 countries.
It’s looking for a customer support representative to “keep customers happy” and “drive usage of our subscription-based product.” You need a bachelor’s degree to be eligible.
12. Online Ticket Agent
You’ll need to work at least 20 hours per week, with some weekend hours expected. Pay ranges from $12-$18 per hour.
13. Confidently Humble P/T Support Rep
After a paid trial period of eight weeks, you’ll earn $13-$17 per hour and work a set schedule of 20 hours per week.
Remote Tech Jobs
But if you don’t want to go back to school, you can still snag some technically inclined work-from-home jobs.
14. Cable/Internet Technical Support and Sales
Are you always helping people with their computer or television issues? Then this full-time cable/internet support position from Sutherland Global Solutions is perfect for you.
You’ll take inbound calls from customers — and be eligible for performance bonuses!
15. Help Desk Analyst
Make a difference by working at TNTP, a national nonprofit that “helps school systems end educational inequality.”
As a help desk analyst, you’ll troubleshoot technical issues for customers and staff. Though the position is remote, you’ll be given preference if you can work from noon to 8 p.m. EST.
P.S. This company has many positions available for educators, as well!
16. Happiness Engineer
Who wouldn’t want the title of happiness engineer?
For this position with Automattic, the company that built WordPress, you need a “working knowledge” of WordPress, HTML and CSS, as well as a “passion for solving tough problems.”
Didn’t find what you were looking for? Here are a few resources that should help:
- 32 Legitimate Ways to Make Money From Home
- The 10 Best States to Live in if You Want to Work From Home
- These 8 Websites Will Help You Find Work as a Virtual Assistant
- Want to Work at Home, But Don’t Know Where to Start? Read This…
- How to Convince Your Boss to Let You Work From Home
Your Turn: Will you apply for any of these positions?
Susan Shain, senior writer for The Penny Hoarder, is always seeking adventure on a budget. Visit her blog at susanshain.com, or say hi on Twitter @susan_shain.