Top 25 Companies Hiring for Part-Time, Work-from-Home Jobs
Part-time, work-from-home jobs are a highly coveted type of work flexibility. For a variety of reasons, experienced professionals sometimes don’t want or can’t commit to a full-time, in-office job. Or they’re looking for a second job to supplement other work they’re already doing.
Be responsible for driving growth and the engagement of social platforms of the firm. Will facilitate interactions on social media and measure insights from communications within social media. Contract, part-time, remote job; pay rate of $35-$40/hr.
Part-Time, Telecommute Job: OH
Freelance, part-time teacher needed for a mostly remote position. Will be responsible for teaching Latin classes, communicating course requirements, providing students with rich feedback, and grading student work. Current certification required.
Part-Time, Telecommute Job: PA
Seeking a manager to assist clients with accounting functions and help them improve their businesses. Requires an accounting or finance degree and at least 10 years of accounting experience. CPAs are preferred. Remote.
Part-Time, Telecommute Job: San Diego, CA
Draft commercial contracts, close commercial deals, and support clients with various legal documents in this part-time role. Option of telecommuting. Must be a licensed attorney with 3+ years’ ERISA experience and presentation skills.
Part-Time, Telecommute Job: ID
Seeking a nurse/patient trainer for a part-time job coordinating appointments, maintaining communications, disseminating medical information, monitoring improvements, providing in-home support. LVN/LPN license a must. Remote option.
Part-Time, Telecommute Job: Nationwide
Will work in a remote environment handling inbound and outbound calls and emails; scheduling hotel, car, and air reservations; overseeing ticketing queues; and handling exchanges and refunds. Strong communication skills are needed. Part-time contract.
Part-Time, Telecommute Job: Houston, TX
Community specialist needed for a part-time, short-term, temporary, six-month position with flexible hours and remote hours. Will liaise with online customers, facilitate conversations, promote services.
, such as working parents, semi-retirees, people with health issues or disabilities, military spouses, millennials, career changers, and people seeking better work-life balance.
Part-time, remote opportunities are particularly attractive to a talent pool of educated and highly skilled job seekers who don’t necessarily fit the in-office, 9-to-5 mold. And for anyone who
needs a second source of income
, working from home part-time allows them to gain this without adding a second commute or more long hours in the office.
Part-time workers can work anywhere from a handful of hours each week to 35 hours per week. This is usually determined by a combination of how much the worker wants to work and how many hours a company would like. Most part-time job listings include an estimate or range of hours needed for the role.
Here are some of the most recent statistics about part-time and remote work:
, working part-time hours and working remotely part of the time are tied: these work arrangements both desired by 46% of professionals.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics counts fewer than 35 hours per week worked as
Flexible jobs like part-time and remote jobs can help reduce stress and improve health. According to the
latest FlexJobs survey on work-life balance
, 94% say a flexible job would have a positive impact on their personal life; 89% say it would help them take better care of themselves; 88% say it would decrease their levels of stress.
About the Companies on This List
To find the companies offering the most part-time, remote jobs this winter, we analyzed over 49,000 companies in the FlexJobs database, looking specifically at job posting histories between November 1, 2017, and January 31, 2018.
during that time period, which means their jobs all offered part-time hours and the ability to work remotely at least some of the time.
Companies of all sizes and across a variety of industries hire part-time, remote workers. Education, healthcare, and customer service are well-represented industries on this list, but others such as publishing, transcription, marketing, and even child care and children’s therapy are also represented.
Last updated February 14, 2018.
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