Skip the Office: Cigna is Hiring for Nearly 100 Work-From-Home Positions

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Looking for a company that embraces letting employees work from home?

Healthcare insurance company Cigna has 95 open work-from-home positions available as of April 25.

Healthcare experience is not necessary for all jobs, as there are opportunities available in fields like business operations, sales and IT.

I’d love to tell you what you’d be doing in these roles and how much they pay, but since these job positions are so varied — from a pharmacy account manager to a Medicaid/Medicare compliance specialist — it’s impossible to pin that all down.

However, the company says it’s “dedicated to helping people improve their health, well-being and sense of security,” so it’s safe to say the work will somehow fall within that mission.

To get a glimpse of work-from-home life with Cigna, check out this short video highlighting one employee’s experience.

Cigna’s Remote Jobs Come With Serious Benefits

A Cigna representative told us the majority of these positions are full-time and offer health benefits. Some are eligible for a 401(k) match, short- and long-term disability, paid vacation, tuition reimbursement and other benefits.

Use the advanced search feature on Cigna’s career page and select the “work from home opportunity” filter to find the perfect job for you.

Some job listings may require hirees to live in a certain state or region.

A representative from the company told Real Simple that even jobs that aren’t listed as “work from home” may offer employees the flexibility to work remotely for one or two days per week.

Cigna ranked No. 74 on Flexjobs’ 2017 list of 100 top companies for remote jobs.

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Your Turn: Are you applying for one of Cigna’s work-from-home jobs?

Nicole Dow is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder.

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