44 Companies That Are Always Advertising Their Work at Home Jobs

Some companies are proud of the fact they allow all or most of their workers to telecommute. And then there are other companies that offer work at home jobs regularly, but they don't go out of their way to advertise that fact — possibly because they don't want to get overwhelmed with applications, or because they don't always have home-based jobs.

Today I made list of companies that are always advertising their work at home jobs.

These are all completely legitimate companies, and they make it very easy for you to find all the details about their home-based jobs on their websites.

Unlike other companies, the ones in the following list want you to know they allow working from home and you won't have to jump through hoops trying to find those jobs.

In the list below, I've broken the companies down by category and provided a link to their websites and also our review (if there is one posted).

Phone Jobs

Most of the following companies hire for either customer service, sales, and/or tech support.

You will most likely need some type of headset, a quiet background, and a high-speed Windows-based computer (there may be a few exceptions on that below). The experience you need will vary. Many will require at least a little bit of past customer service and/or sales experience while others may be entry-level.

Hotel Planner

Hotel Planner has regular openings for remote reservation agents in the US.

Flexible schedule, can be full-time or part-time.

If you accept a call which results in a hotel booking, you earn a commission based on the booking profit after the guest checks out. You are paid twice per month, via check, or direct deposit. They state you may earn between $10 and $30 hourly.

Go here to apply, or read our Hotel Planner review for more detail.

Qurate Retail Group

Qurate Retail Group has frequent remote customer service openings for their brands, Home Shopping Network, QVC, Cornerstone Services, and others.

These are usually limited to specific states (their needs may vary depending on the brand you're working under). Most of the positions pay $15 hourly with opportunity for bonuses. This is basically entry-level customer service work from home.

Go here for more details and to search for openings.


Concentrix has regular work at home customer support openings for different companies. Salary information isn't posted on the job listings, but they do say it is “competitive.”

Go here to check for openings with Concentrix, or read our Concentrix review.

Direct Interactions

Direct Interactions has frequent work at home openings for customer service experts across the United States (excluding California and New York residents). Pay is $15 hourly paid bi-weekly via direct deposit.

Go here to check for openings, or read our Direct Interactions review.

Enterprise Rent-a-Car

Enterprise has frequent openings for work at home customer service/reservation sales reps in different areas of the United States. These positions pay $16.50 hourly and offer benefits as well.

Go here to check for openings, or read our Enterprise Rent-a-Car review.


Liveops is almost always recruiting for new workers for their online contact center in the US. They pay per minute of talk time rather than hourly, so the amount you can earn will depend on how much you work. You are an independent contractor Liveops, so you are never on any fixed schedule.

Go here to apply at Liveops, or read our Liveops review first.


NexRep is always on the lookout for customer service agents for different popular brands they service. You work for NexRep as an independent contractor, so you can set your own schedule. They claim you can earn $15 or more hourly working for them, but this will depend on many different factors.

Go here to apply with NexRep, or read our NexRep review.


Intuit almost always has openings for remote tax associates. Some of these positions are seasonal. It's a customer-facing role typically open to several US locations.

Flexible schedule. As a Tax Associate, you have a minimum of 2 years of paid experience filing 30 or more federal and state individual 1040 tax returns, using commercial tax preparation software.

Pay rates vary depending on your location, but should be around $20 hourly or more.

Go here to check for openings.

OnPoint Advocacy

This opportunity is similar to Next Wave (above). You are doing telephone outreach to different organizations. The pay rate is not listed on the website.

Go here to apply, or read our OnPoint Advocacy review.


Foundever hires work at home customer service and tech support agents in the US for full or part-time positions. Most of these positions pay $15 or more hourly.

Go here to check for openings.

CVS Health

CVS Health has many remote openings at any given time.

These vary from telehealth nursing to customer support agents.

There are typically benefits offered along with fair pay.

You can go here to browse the remote openings with CVS Health.


TTEC has remote openings for customer support and other roles in the United States as well as many other countries. Pay will vary depending on the job and location, but in most cases you will earn $14 hourly or more.

Go here to check for openings, or read our TTEC review.


U-Haul is almost always hiring work at home customer service and sales and reservations agents in the US. These are full or part-time paying $14 hourly or $15 hourly if you happen to be bilingual.

Go here to check for openings, or read our U-Haul review.

Working Solutions

Working Solutions is always looking for remote customer service agents in the US to work as independent contractors. Because your work schedule is up to you and each of their programs pays differently, what you can earn with them will vary.

Go here to apply, or read our Working Solutions review.

World Travel Holdings

World Travel Holdings hires work at home customer service reps to work at home in the US except for AK, CA, HI, KY, ND, OH, OR, and PA. They pay a base amount of $14 hourly or more if your state minimum wage is higher than that.

Go here to apply.

Chat Jobs

It surprises me that I can never find too many chat-based home jobs, especially since so many companies these days have the little chat pop-up when you land on their sites.

I have a list here with a few others in addition to what's below, but the two below are the main ones with ongoing openings.


Curated hires remote chat “experts” to work with customers looking to buy specific types of gear. Basically, you recommend products and help people make purchases via a chat-based platform.

The catch is that this job pays in commission. You only get paid when people buy the products you recommend.

Go here for more details and to apply to be an expert with Curated.


SiteStaff occasionally hires work at home chat hosts. Pay isn't listed, but it's rumored to be around $10 hourly.

Go here to check for openings.


The following companies are almost always looking for work at home transcribers.

Most will require you to have transcription equipment — a foot pedal and headset. The work is of the flexible, do it whenever you want variety, and you will be working as an independent contractor.

Allegis Communications

Allegis Communications is always hiring work at home general transcribers. Some positions may be entry level.

Go here to apply, or read our Allegis review.

Focus Forward

Focus Forward is always hiring work at home general transcribers. The compensation starts at $0.40 per audio minute.

Go here to apply, or read our Focus Forward review.

Landmark Associates

Landmark Associates hires transcribers, captioners, and translators to work at home. Compensation varies depending on the length of the audio file.

Go here to apply, or read our Landmark Associates review.


Quicktate is always hiring work at home general transcribers. This is a popular company for newbies to get started with in transcription. You will have to take and pass a skills test in order to qualify to begin accepting files to transcribe.

Go here to apply, or read our Quicktate review.


SpeakWrite is hiring remote transcriptionists with experience in legal, general, and Spanish transcription. The amount they pay isn't listed, but they state that their top monthly earnings are $3400 a month with most people average about $450 a month.

Go here to apply, or read our SpeakWrite review.


This is another company that is very popular for accepting newbies to transcription. They pay around $15 to $22 per audio hour.

Go here to apply, or read our TranscribeMe review.

Online Academic Tutoring/Teaching

The following companies are usually hiring online academic tutors.

Requirements to apply will vary, but in most cases they prefer people who at least have at minimum 4-year college degrees. Some, but not all, will additionally require past teaching or tutoring experience.


This company usually needs remote eTutors to work from anywhere in the world. You do need a bachelor's degree and some past teaching experience to qualify. Pay rate is not listed on the website.

Go here to apply.


Brainfuse is always hiring remote tutors who have 4-year college degrees and past teaching/tutoring experience. Most Brainfuse tutors average about $12 or $13 hourly.

Go here to apply, or read our Brainfuse review.

Elevate Learning

Elevate Learning is always looking for certified teachers for their virtual learning positions. Most of these positions pay $20 or more hourly.

Go here to apply, or read our Elevate Learning review.


PrepNow is always hiring remote tutors to work at home. You need at least 2 years of past experience in tutoring or teaching as well as a 4 year college degree to qualify. They pay around $17 hourly.

Go here to apply, or read our PrepNow review.


TutaPoint usually needs online tutors to work at home in the US. They pay around $14 hourly or more for your time spent tutoring.

Go here to apply, or read our Tutapoint review.


Tutor.com is always hiring tutors to work at home in the US. According to the website, “You are paid a set hourly rate dictated by the subjects you tutor, and there are incentives available for high-quality tutoring.”

Go here to apply, or read our Tutor.com review.

Online ESL Tutoring/Teaching

The following companies are usually looking for online ESL (English Second Language) tutors or teachers.

Note you do not need to know another language to get these positions — you just need to be fluent enough in English that you can help non-English speakers become more fluent themselves.


Cambly hires online ESL tutors to work from anywhere. You do not need any teaching or tutoring experience to qualify. You earn $0.17/min ($10.20/hour) on Cambly and $0.20/min ($12.00/hour) on Cambly Kids. Plus, you get paid via Paypal every Monday.

Go here to apply, or read our Cambly review.

English Hunt

English Hunt is always looking for online tutors to do live ESL video instruction in the US. They say that compensation is determined on a case-by-case basis.

Go here to apply, or read our English Hunt review.


The following companies usually have openings for writers. You'll notice most of these are content sites — which means a lot of what you do may be ghost writing and also may not pay very competitively.

However, having access to the sites below can help provide a lot of supplemental income. Some people do write for content sites full-time. Another good thing about the companies below is that you can usually get in even without past writing experience.

If you're serious about writing for a living, I'd also highly recommend becoming a part of Carol Tice's Freelance Writing Den. Since 2011, the Den has helped over 14,000 writers grow their income. They offer a junk-free writer's job board, 25 writer bootcamps, 300+ hours of trainings in all, 24/7 forums, live events, and more.


eNotes seeks skilled writers passionate about literature to join the study guide content team.

Whether you're a teacher, post-grad, or seasoned freelancer, this could be your ideal role.

Must have strong command of the English grammatical conventions, degree in humanities, and experience as a freelance writer, tutor, or teacher.

Pay rate not listed but they say it's competitive.

Go here for more details and to apply.


Textbroker is always looking for writers to work at home in the US and UK. Pay is on the lower side and will vary, but they do pay out weekly with PayPal provided you've earned at least $10.

Go here to apply, or read our Textbroker review.

Editing & Proofreading

The following companies usually have an ongoing need for remote editors and proofreaders. The pay is usually pretty competitive, and you'll find that most of these companies will require either past editing experience or a degree before they'll consider you.


WebFX has an ongoing need for remote copy/content editors to work full-time. This is limited to US only.

You can work from anywhere as long as you have a great internet connection, a reliable laptop, and a comfortable workspace.

You will edit an array of content types (think blogs, sales copy, long form content, etc), and spanning over 800+ industries,

Hourly Rates starting between $18 and $21. An annual income equivalent to $42k to $46k (potentially higher based on work experience).

Go here for more details and to apply.


Gramlee is always looking for remote content and dissertation editors. You can work on your own schedule. Pay is usually $10 hourly or more based on various reports online, although the rate is not listed on their website.

Go here to apply.


If you have a university degree and at least three years of experience in editing, writing, document production, or language teaching, you may qualify for one of Scribendi's freelance proofreading/editing jobs. They hire in the US with the exception of residents living in California, Colorado, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, South Dakota, Washington DC, West Virginia, or Wyoming.

Go here to apply, or read our Scribendi review.


WordsRU is frequently hiring remote editors and proofreaders. To qualify, you must hold a Master's degree, PhD, or equivalent professional experience in any academic discipline.

Go here to apply.

Virtual Assistants

You can visit the websites for the following companies at any given time and see that they are advertising for remote virtual assistants.

Just as it is with freelance writing, you can make more money working for yourself as a VA than you generally can working under a large company.

Still, the companies below may come in handy if you need experience as a VA and additional income before making the decision to start your own VA business.

Belay Solutions

Belay Solutions is often hiring remote virtual executive assistants in US states except for California, Montana, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. They pay between $18 and $21 hourly.

Go here to apply, or read our Belay Solutions review.

Fancy Hands

Fancy Hands is always looking for remote virtual assistants. This is a “work when you want” job and pay is on the much lower side, so it may just be supplemental income for you if you get accepted.

Go here to apply, or read our Fancy Hands review.

Time Etc.

Time Etc. is always needing virtual assistants to work at home. Their pay is between $13 and $17 hourly.

Go here to apply, or read our Time Etc. review.


Boldly (formerly Worldwide 101) is always hiring work at home executive assistants in the US and UK. Pay starts at $24 hourly.

Go here to apply, or read our Boldly review.

For 50 more companies that hire work at home virtual assistants plus information on starting your own VA business, check out my e-book, Your Quick Guide to Working From Home as a Virtual Assistant.

Search Engine Evaluation

These companies almost always have openings, sometimes worldwide rather than just in the US.

You are usually evaluating web search or social media results. Sometimes there may be other types of tasks listed. Pay tends to be competitive, but the downside is that work and projects may come and go, so they are not safe positions to depend on.

You do the work as an independent contractor, and most of these companies also prefer to hire people who have smartphones.


Appen is always needing people for their online crowd work — longer-term projects, micro tasks, and survey/data collection. Pay varies depending on the tasks you are completing. Many international openings.

Go here to sign up, or read our Appen review.


Datavoi.ai – is always looking for linguists, Translators, Transcribers, Annotators, Data Labelers, Testers, and more.

Open worldwide. Full and part-time roles available.

Work when you want. Some tasks may require pre-qualification.

Go here for more details and to apply.


TELUS (formerly Lionbridge) is always recruiting workers for the AI community work. This includes online rating, search evaluation, and many other tasks. Pay will vary depending on what you are doing.

Go here to apply, or read our TELUS review.

Good luck! I cannot promise that all of these companies are hiring right now, but I can say that they usually are.

21 – Bonus Tip – Check FlexJobs For Even More Higher-Paying Remote Jobs

FlexJobs is one of my favorite sites to use for finding remote jobs and learning about new companies that hire remotely. Most of what I see there when I check the listings pays well above minimum wage!

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 sign up for $2.95 and get access for a few weeks to see the listings and figure out if it's for you.

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.

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