100 Companies Offering Work-From-Home Jobs in 2017

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Every January, FlexJobs compiles a list of the employers who offered the most remote jobs on the site during the previous year. The goal is to give job seekers who want telecommuting options in their next opportunity the chance to target their search.

The good news is that more types of companies are getting on board with the remote model. This allows workers in a wider range of fields the opportunity to work from home, at least some of the time. The top job categories that grew last year were:

  • Medical and health
  • Computer and IT
  • Customer service
  • Education and training
  • Sales
  • Finance
  • Government*

In other words, working from home isn’t just for customer service reps.

“The results of this year’s list are in line with the overall growth trends we’re observing in the flexible job marketplace, with increasingly diverse companies turning to the ‘TRaD’ (or telecommuting, remote, and distributed) model of work as an integrated business practice,” said Sara Sutton Fell, founder and CEO of FlexJobs, in a statement. “From an even broader perspective, more people are now professionally engaged in the knowledge economy, which naturally supports jobs that can be done from home. And as more companies embrace remote work in meaningful ways, more people will have greater access to broader career and employment opportunities, creating a positive ripple effect on our economy.”

This is the full list of employers with the most work-from-home jobs during the previous year:

  1. Appen
  2. LiveOps
  3. Amazon
  4. TeleTech
  6. LanguageLine Solutions
  7. Working Solutions
  8. Kelly Services
  9. Sutherland Global Services
  10. UnitedHealth Group
  11. Hilton Worldwide
  12. Cactus Communications
  13. Convergys
  14. Xerox
  15. Kaplan
  16. Dell
  17. Intuit
  18. U.S. Department of Agriculture
  19. K12
  20. Humana
  21. ADP
  22. IBM
  23. BroadPath Healthcare Solutions
  24. CyberCoders
  25. Allergan
  26. Salesforce
  27. Anthem, Inc.
  28. SAP
  29. IT Pros
  30. Robert Half
  31. Wells Fargo
  32. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  34. CACI International
  35. CSI Companies
  36. CSRA
  37. Connections Education
  38. Worldpay
  39. Nielsen
  40. Thermo Fisher Scientific
  41. Vivint Smart Home
  42. VMware
  43. A Place for Mom
  44. Appirio
  45. U.S. General Services Administration – GSA
  46. Direct Interactions
  47. World Travel Holdings
  48. nThrive
  49. Aon
  50. Westat
  51. Adobe
  52. U.S. Department of State
  53. Sodexo
  54. Covance
  55. McKesson Corporation
  56. Edmentum
  57. U.S. Department of the Interior
  58. Haynes & Company
  59. Teradata
  60. SecureWorks
  61. Eaton
  62. Real Staffing
  63. US-Reports
  64. PPD – Pharmaceutical Product Development
  65. American Express
  66. GreatAuPair
  67. The Hartford
  68. Grand Canyon University
  69. Motorola Solutions
  70. Western Governors University
  71. Walden University
  72. Crawford & Company
  73. Overland Solutions, an EXL company
  74. Cigna
  75. SYKES
  76. About.com
  77. AmerisourceBergen
  78. Citizens Bank
  79. U.S. Department of Commerce
  80. Infor
  81. Achieve Test Prep
  82. Hibu
  83. CyraCom
  84. Kronos
  85. CVS Health
  86. Blue Cross Blue Shield
  87. AbbVie
  88. HD Supply
  89. TEKsystems
  90. Perficient
  91. HCA – Hospital Corporation of America
  92. Lenovo
  93. BCD Travel
  94. Cornerstone OnDemand
  95. DataStax
  96. FlexProfessionals
  97. JPMorgan Chase
  98. Kforce
  99. Teleflex
  100. American Heart Association

For job listings and more information, see FlexJobs’ list, 100 Top Companies with Remote Jobs in 2017.

* Note: Due to the recently announced hiring freeze, government agencies on this list may not be hiring — or hiring at the same rates — in the coming year.

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