10 Companies Hiring Remote Workers For Summer 2024

If you are looking for a work at home role this summer and you don't mind working on a temporary, seasonal basis, this list is for you!

While most of the companies on this list are hiring seasonally, there are a few offering permanent roles. The ones that are seasonal may offer the possibility of permanent employment after your contract is up.

In the list below, I've done a search for ten companies that are hiring during summer 2024.

Keep in mind that jobs open and close quickly, so if you see something you're interested in, check back later if it happens to be closed!

10 Companies Offering Work at Home Jobs This Summer

1 – Boldly – Executive Assistants

Boldly is hiring work at home executive assistants. This is similar to a virtual assistant position.

Boldly is offering the opportunity to work full or part-time hours, up to you! The pay is $25 to $30 hourly and benefits are offered.

They do want to hire people who have had at least seven years of experience in executive assistance or administration.

Go here to apply at Boldly.

2 – PennHealth – Offline Medical Scribes

PennHealth needs 100% remote offline medical scribes. You can read more about what medical scribes do here. Per the job description, you “provide documentation coverage for assigned healthcare providers, which involves listening to audio recordings of patient visits and utilize technology to summarize medical information and facts in professional clinical reports (History of Present Illness, Physical Exam, Results, Assessment & Plan).”

If you work for PennHealth, you'll be working five days a week, primarily night shifts.

While some medical scribe positions are entry-level, this one does require some past experience and familiarity with medical terminology, etc.

Go here for more details and to apply at PennHealth.

3 – Ballot Ready – Elections Researcher

BallotReady is hiring remote 2024 elections researchers in the US. This is a part-time, contract role.

You would research different topics, such as elections that can range from the national level to the local special district level (e.g., the Illinois Metropolitan Water Reclamation District).

The pay is listed at $15 to $17.50 hourly.

Go here for more details and to apply.

4 – Voyce – Interpreters

Voyce is currently looking for 100% remote interpreters for many different languages. To qualify, you must have some experience as an interpreter as well as a laptop, tablet/iPad, or desktop computer with a camera, and headset.

This appears to be a very flexible position. They only ask for a minimum of four hours per day, although you can work up to eight hours per day. It looks like it's OK to work days or nights, up to you. Rate of pay isn't listed.

Go here to apply as an interpreter at Voyce.

5 – Concentrix – Inside Sales Reps (Soft Sales)

Concentrix is hiring remote inside sales reps in most US states.

This is a full-time role. As a customer service rep, you would interface with customers via inbound/outbound calls and/or via the Internet. This position provides customer service support and resolution of routine problems and questions regarding client's products and/or services.

Training is paid, and you need to have at least one year of soft sales experience to qualify. This could be upselling, recommending additional products and services, telemarketing, or soliciting.

Go here for more details and to apply.

6 – U-Haul – Seasonal Sales & Reservation Agents

U-Haul is currently hiring remote, seasonal sales & reservation agents in the US to work part-time through September 30th, 2024. If interested, you must apply by July 31st, 2024.

This is a fantastic opportunity for students, educators, or if you’re seeking a temporary, Summer job.

Based on performance, Seasonal Agents may have the potential to be promoted to a Part-Time or Full-Time permanent role at the end of this assignment.

Pay starts at $13 hourly.

Go here for more details and to apply.

7 – Ivy Math – Math Tutors

Ivy Math is looking for remote tutors to work from home. You would be tutoring 3rd to 8th grade students in math. It's necessary that you have at least one year of past experience in K-12 teaching or tutoring.

The job posting does say scheduling and hours are very flexible. You would work Monday through Friday, 3 PM to 7 PM, and be off weekends.

Pay is listed at $20 hourly.

Go here to apply as a math tutor at Ivy Math.

8 – eScribers, LLC – Legal Transcribers

eScribers is looking for legal transcribers to work at home (medical transcribers are also encouraged to apply).

This is 100% remote, and you have the ability to set your own schedule and work hours. However, they do ask that you commit to at least 20 hours of work per week and be willing to work occasional weekends.

While the job posting doesn't say that you need legal transcription experience to apply, you must possess a high school diploma or GED and have a recommended typing speed of at least 65 words per minute.

Go here to apply at eScribers, or read our eScribers review.

9 – Study.com – ELA Standardized Test Practice Question Writer

Study.com needs work at home ELA standardized test practice question writers. This is a contract position open to multiple countries.

You would be creating practice questions to aid students preparing for professional prep exams, with the freedom to work on your own schedule.

To qualify, you need to have a bachelor’s degree or higher English, Education, or a related field, and be proficient in the English language.

Go here for more details and to apply.

10 – IntouchCX – Customer Service Reps

IntouchCX is hiring work at home customer service reps in or near Mesa, AZ, Las Vegas, NV, Clearwater, FL, Aurora, CO, Altamonte Springs, FL, and several other locations in Canada and a few other countries.

These are full-time roles where you will connect with customers via calls, emails, and chats. Schedule is flexible.

Pay is listed at $15 to $16 hourly. They prefer you've had six months to one year of past customer service experience.

Go here for more details and to apply. You'll have to find your location in their dropdown to get to the work at home role for your area.

11 – Check FlexJobs For Even More Summer Jobs

FlexJobs is one of my favorite sites to use for finding remote jobs and learning about new companies that hire remotely.

The great thing about FlexJobs is that they guarantee ALL listings are scam-free. They list hundreds of jobs — all of which are either remote or flexible in nature — five days per week. There are also no ads on the site.

Because there are no ads, they do charge a membership fee since that is the only way they can see a return on their job-searching efforts.

But it's cheap — you can get access for only $2.95 for the first 14 days just to see if you think a subscription would be worth it!

If you sign up and don't like it, it's very easy to cancel right away so you are not billed again for the following month.

Go here to check out FlexJobs.

Good luck!