In this post, you'll find a listing of 30 work from home jobs with benefits. This includes everything from health insurance to 401K.
With more and more companies joining the work at home bandwagon, there are quite a few well-known companies that will hire remote workers, pay them a reasonable wage, and best of all — they will offer competitive benefits for those who need them.
So, what are a few of these companies offering the best of both worlds—working at home and benefits?
Below is a list of 30 of them, and I am certain that you will recognize most — if not all — of the names. Note that most of these are not part time work at home positions because benefits are typically reserved for full time workers.
30 Work From Home Jobs With Benefits
1 – American Express
This credit card company frequently hires remote agents to do both customer service and sales. The pay is around $13 an hour to start, and not only do they have great benefits they also will send you your own computer to use.
Even though they have some of the best pay and benefits of a work at home company, they also do have a reputation as being hard to work for. Their metrics are quite high, and not everyone can keep them.
This is a full time, 40 hours per week position that offers benefits such as retirement, medical, vision, and dental insurance. Shifts run 24/7, so night and weekend hours are required.
You can read our review of remote jobs at American Express here or go here to see their current openings.
2 – Monzo
This UK-based bank is in the process of expanding into the US, and they're hiring remote customer service people in various regions to help fill out their stateside roster.
This is a full-time, five days per week job. The base salary is $33,000 a year. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision packages.
To learn more about Monzo and check their current openings, go here
3 – Sitel
This is a well-known business process-outsourcing company. They frequently have openings for various remote telephone jobs. Many of the positions have fairly steep experience requirements, and don't be surprised if you have to do some selling as a basic part of the job.
Benefits include medical and dental insurance, along with a 401k plan. Pay is typically in the $10 to $11 per hour range.
Go here to read our review of Sitel, and you can check out their jobs page here.
4 – Crowdstrike
If you know your way around a computer, you might enjoy working for this internet security company. They hire quite a few remote workers for all sorts of different jobs. Some of the openings are pretty high-end, including management positions, but there are also occasionally entry-level jobs available.
Salaries vary a great deal depending on the position, but most jobs seem to pay more than $50k per year, and have nice benefits packages.
To learn more about Crowdstrike and have a look at their current openings, go here.
5 – Erie Insurance
Like most insurance companies, this firm offers a benefits package for most of their employees.
They hire for quite a few different remote position, especially in their customer support department. The pay and specific benefits will tend to vary some depending on the job.
To find out more about Erie and check for current openings, take a look at their careers page.
6 – Hubspot
This company produces a popular marketing, sales, and service software suite. They've embraced quite a few innovative practices designed to increase employee retention, and morale.
One of the most interesting is their focus on flexjobs. For many people that may be a new term – it was for me when I first heard it. What it basically means is that you can go to the office on some days, and work at home on others.
There may be certain situations where you'd absolutely have to go into the office, for crucial meetings and things like that, but otherwise you're often free to decide for yourself.
Many of this company's jobs are pretty high end, and have stiff requirements, but they offer an excellent benefits package.
If you'd like to find out more about Hubspot, we have a fairly recent in-depth review here. To check their current openings, have a look at their careers page.
7 – Apple
This well known software and hardware company hires quite a few remote workers for certain types of positions, particularly customer service professionals through their “At Home Adviser” program.
The average pay is about $30k a year, and they tout a “robust” benefits package, but don't provide any significant details.
To find out more about Apple's work from home jobs, read our article here, or check out their At Home Advisor home-page.
8 – Capital One
This bank and credit card company pays its customer service reps $13 an hour to start. Then Capital One also gives you incentives once you complete their on-site training.
Capital One offers benefits that include 401(k), medical, dental, and vision. The type of benefits you receive may depend on your position and the amount of hours you work.
You can read our review of remote jobs at Capital One here. Or, you can go here to see if they're hiring home-based workers now. Note they are usually only hiring people who live in FL and VA.
9 – Amazon
Everyone knows this company, but many may not realize how much they've expanded into the work-from-home sphere. Positions range from basic customer service jobs paying in the $10 or $12 per hour range, all the way up to senior management positions.
Amazon's benefits package is apparently top-notch, including all the basics (medical, dental, vision) as well as the option to invest in company stock.
To learn more about Amazon's work at home opportunities, and check their current openings, go here.
10 – Carlson-Wagonlit Travel
This travel agent job for experienced travel agents starts at $15 an hour. You might want to make certain that you have enough experience as well as are familiar with the Sabre Solutions travel system that they use.
For a 40-hour working week, their benefits include health and dental insurance, life insurance, an 8% holiday allowance, 25 holidays a year, 5 additional accrued personal days a year, 1 international train ticket per year, employee bonuses, reductions and discounts on private travel, and educational assistance after 2 years.
You can read our review of remote jobs at Carlson Wagonlit Travel here. Or, you can go here to check their current openings.
11 – Alorica
This company dabbles in a lot of different industries – everything from customer experience management, to digital solutions – and a significant portion of their workforce are off-site employees.
They frequently hire remote virtual call-center employees, mostly in customer service oriented positions. The starting pay isn't that great (around $9 per hour), but they do offer a benefits package that includes medical and dental insurance.
To learn more about Alorica, you can read our company review here, and you can go here to check their current openings.
12 – CampLife Inc
This company create's software solutions for running parks and resorts. They occasionally hire remote workers for various customer service positions, with pay in the $15 per hour range. Apparently there's a benefits package, but unfortunately the details of what's included in the package aren't currently available.
To find out more about Camplife's remote job opportunities and see if they're currently hiring, go here to check out their careers page.
13 – Sentry
This insurance company, with locations spread all over the United states, hires quite a few remote workers, primarily for customer service positions.
Most jobs appear to be location dependent, and the pay is in the neighborhood of $15 per hour. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, and life packages, plus a 401k plan.
To learn more about the jobs currently available from Sentry, go here to have a look at their careers page.
14 – Humana
This is one of the largest health insurance companies in the USA. In recent years, they've been hiring quite a few remote employees in a variety of fields, from customer service, to telephone-based nursing consultants.
With such a wide variety of remote positions available, the pay obviously varies quite a bit. Like most insurance companies they offer a great benefits package, including health, dental, life, and vision coverage, along with retirement plans and a whole bunch of other perks.
To have a look at Humana's current job offerings and read more about the company, go here.
15 – Century Link
This telephone and Internet provider frequently hires remote customer service representatives and sales support representatives. You will be selling their phone or Internet services or service packages to callers.
Then again, if you are customer service, you will be assisting those who already have the service. The only drawback is that you must have their service in your home or live in an area where you can switch over to their services in order to be eligible for a job.
The pay starts around $11 to $12 an hour with a wide range of benefits, and you may check out the unique qualifications per each job.
The benefits may include medical insurance, dental insurance, vision plan, health and wellness programs, EAP (Employee Assistance Program), paid time off, holidays, 401(k), dependent day care spending, life insurance, short and long term disability, and career development programs.
Go here to learn more about working at home for Century Link.
16 – Juni Learning
If you have a college background, especially in computer sciences, you might be a good fit as a remote instructor for this web-based tutoring company. They also occasionally hire remote customer service reps.
The tutoring job requires you to commit to at least 8-hours a week, for a minimum of 3-months, and the starting pay is $20 per hour. For the customer service jobs, the pay typically starts at $15 per hour. There's apparently a benefits package for both jobs, but the details are not disclosed.
To find out more about Juni Learning tutoring jobs, go here. They also post some remote job openings on their LinkedIn profile.
17 – EasyCare
This auto insurance company has recently been hiring remote customer service staff.
The jobs aren't always available, but the pay (around $13 per hour), is pretty good compared to many other phone jobs, and they do have a benefits package.
To check out Easycare's current openings, go here.
18 – InVision
This is a well-known design firm, with several big-name clients including companies like Netflix, IBM, and Lyft.
A large percentage of their staff is made up of remote workers, including some very high-end positions, and the jobs all provide access to a great benefits package.
If you'd like more information on InVision, go here to read about the company, and have a look at their open positions.
19 – Support.com
This company creates virtual tech-support teams for a large number of companies, including some well-known brands, and a significant portion of their staff is made up of remote employees.
Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance, along with paid vacation time, tuition reimbursement, and employee assistance programs.
If you have plenty of tech know-how, and are interested in getting a job with Support.com, you can check out our company review here, or go to their careers page, to check for current openings.
20 – Sykes
This customer service provider creates virtual call-center teams for a number of big-name companies.
Their benefits package includes medical coverage disability insurance and a 401k plan, and the starting pay is around $10 per hour, depending on what state you hail from.
To check out Syke's job openings go here, and you can red our in-depth company review here.
21 – Service 800
This firm builds virtual customer service teams for larger companies.
They frequently hire remote workers to staff their virtual call-centers. The jobs tend to be location-based, and they pay about $10 per hour, with a full benefits package.
To find out more about Service 800, and check for current openings, go here.
22 – Concentrix
Concentrix hires remote customer service agents to do a variety of day-to-day tasks for their clients. These tasks might include phone work, email management, and web channels. Many of their clients are household names, such as Samsung and Apple. The pay starts between $9.00 to $9.50 an hour with benefits.
Concentrix offers benefits including pension plans, holiday pay, and flexible scheduling.
Go here to read our review of remote jobs with Concentrix. Or, go here to check the work at home openings at Concentrix.
23 – Aetna
This insurance company hires remote workers for all sorts of different positions, including app developers, managers, health consultants, and a number of others.
The benefits package is first class, with everything from health insurance, to family wellness plans, and retirement packages.
Visit Aetna's Careers page to check their current job openings (they hire through CVS Health).
24 – Enterprise
This well-known car rental service hires both customer service representatives as well as reservation and sales support.
Customer service agents start at $12 an hour and sales support generally starts at $11 an hour. The only thing here is that Enterprise does not hire in all states, so you would need to check to see if your state was one of the ones in which they do hire.
If you are full-time, you are eligible several benefits including health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, disability, retirement, time off (paid and unpaid), leaves of absence, and adoption assistance.
Go here to read our review of remote jobs with Enterprise Rent-a-Car. Or, go here to see the work at home openings available at Enterprise now.
25 – Unum
This company helps large firms provide various kinds of insurance for their employees. Consequently, it should come as no surprise that they offer a decent benefits package for their own workers. They frequently hire remote customer service staff, with a base salary around $33k per year.
We did an in-depth review of this company not too long ago that you can check out for more info, or you can go here to see their current openings.
26 – Gametime
This company specializes in providing last-minute tickets for music and sporting events.
Their “Fan Happiness Associate” position is a remote customer service job that pays $15 per hour, with a benefits package that includes a retirement plan, plus medical, dental, vision, and life insurance.
To find out more about Gametime and check for job openings, go here.
27 – TeleTech
Starting at around $9 an hour, TeleTech hires inbound customer service agents and outbound sales agents. Unfortunately, TeleTech does not hire in all 50 states. You will need to find out first of all if the position that you want is available in your state.
You are required to work between 20 to 40 hours and based on your hours you may be eligible to have benefits such as health insurance, dental coverage and 401(k).
Go here to read our review of remote jobs at TeleTech. Or, go here to see Teletech's current work at home openings.
28 – Formstack
This company, whose main product is a slick online tool for creating web-forms, has built their entire business around the idea of a remote workforce.
The pay varies significantly depending on the position you're hired for. Lately they've been adding customer support personnel, which is probably the closest thing they have to an entry level position. The jobs pay about $40k per year, and include a decent benefits package with a 401k and insurance.
To find out more about Formstack and see if they have any current openings, go here.
29 – U-Haul
The popular moving van rental company hires customer service reps to service those calls who are either on the road using the moving equipment from U-Haul or who might be on the road soon using the equipment.
Customer service reps earn $12 to $14 an hour to start. Both full and part-time employees are offered benefits.
This is a work from home job with benefits. For full-time workers, the benefits include medical, dental, limited-care medical plan, life insurance, travel insurance, 401(k) plan, stock plan, educational assistance, U-Haul discounts, paid holidays, vacations, and credit union.
Part-time benefits include a limited medical plan, travel insurance, a 401(k) plan, stock plan, U-Haul discounts, and credit union membership.
Go here to read our review of remote jobs at U-Haul. Or, go here to see the current work at home openings at U-Haul.
30 – World Travel Holdings
This is a company that sells and services vacationers. You could work as a customer service agent or a travel agent.
You will start out at $11 an hour and then receive performance raises as you go of $.50 per hour after every 6 months. Travel agents will also earn a commission, which could bring your pay up to $31,000 a year.
You will also be provided with a company-issued computer, which can cost up to $500 but spread out over a period of 5 payroll deductions.
Their remote employee benefits include health Insurance, dental Insurance, a 401(k) plan, paid vacations, paid sick days, and disability insurance. World Travel Holdings also offers free or greatly discounted trips to its employees to allow them to experience first-hand the trips they sell.
Go here to read our review of remote jobs at World Travel Holdings. Or, go here to check their current openings.
Well, there you have it! Work at home jobs with both pay and benefits.
Because these companies are offering benefits, you are an employee and not an independent contractor. These jobs are also only available to those eligible to work in the United States.
Always remember to check whether or not they hire in your state! Good luck!
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6 thoughts on “30 Work From Home Jobs With Benefits (Many Open Now!)”
This will only grow – not much reason now with high quality broadband.
@Elizabeth – This is true for some people. However, you can learn to network and market yourself to get private clients or look in places like Indeed and FlexJobs. These two sites offer better pay and benefits with more and more of the jobs becoming work-at-home jobs.
I would love to work from home, but the pay listed here isn’t realistc for me and my family.
you need to update that to work at UHAUL you MUST PING A 70 OR LOWER TO PHOENIX OR TUCSON ARIZONA…VIA SPEEDTEST.COM. NOT EVERY PLACE CAN PING THAT LOW BECAUSE OF THE LOCATIONS THEIR INTERNET TRAVELS THROUGH. DISTANCE MEANS EVERYTHING.
I am currently working at UHaul as a customer service rep and I make 9.50 per hour
How many hours are you expected to work on a weekly basis?