This Searchable Work-From-Home Portal Is the Spot for One-Stop Job Shopping
Just because you want to work from home doesn’t mean you need to work alone. We’re here to help.
We’ve created a work-from-home (WFH) portal that will put your job search into hyperdrive, whether you’re looking for a side gig or a whole new couch-based career.
The searchable job database allows you to filter opportunities by state, pay, benefits, flexibility and more.
And because we know there are a lot of options out there — some more scammy than others — we research each one and post only legitimate work-from-home opportunities.
How to Use the WFH Jobs Portal
Start by clicking on “Browse WFH Jobs,” then choose your state — or “Anywhere in the U.S.” — and enter optional keywords.
The listings will display the following icons to help you easily identify job features:
- Flag: This lists the number of states where the company is hiring. If you searched by state, only companies hiring in that state will be included in your results.
- Phone: This job requires phone work.
- Heart: This job includes benefits.
- Clock: This job offers flexible hours.
Pay Range: Categories include
Choose “Filter Results” to narrow your search by pay range and job features.
Found the perfect job? Click on the Apply Now button to take you to the company’s application page.
Guides and Resources for Working From Home
If you’re just starting to look for a job or if you need a kick in the ol’ pajama pants after years of working from home, check out our Guides and Resources section for information specific to the remote workforce.
You’ll find tips and tricks for setting yourself up for success, including how to decide if working from home is for you, ways to manage your time and how to convince your boss you should work from home.
And if you need some inspiration, check out our true-life work-from-home success stories, like how this teacher ditched the classroom to become an online tutor and how a stay-at-home mom launched a travel business.
Happy job hunting!
Tiffany Wendeln Connors is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder.