10 Awesome Companies Hiring Remote Workers Right Now


Looking for remote jobs this month? Look no further. At the start of each month, I like to put together a roundup of companies currently hiring remote workers.

This list is meant to serve as inspiration as you work to kick your cubicle to the curb! From this list, you can learn about the many remote-friendly companies out there as well as all the diverse job titles available to you.

Remember, remote work is on the rise and you can absolutely use your existing skills and experience to transition to telecommuter.

So, ready to see which companies are hiring in March 2020? Read on to find out.

1. Literably

Literably is a software company in education. It is used by K-8 teachers to help identify reading levels and skills gaps in students.

When you work from home for Literably, you transcribe audio recordings of children reading. You’ll note any misread words or other errors made.

That’s it. This is a flexible, contract position available to residents of the United States. However, you cannot reside in California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Montana, Nebraska or New Jersey.

After you sign up as a Literably transcriber, you will have to pass six practice exams. If you succeed, you will be invited to complete paid recordings.

Transcribers earn between $10-$20 an hour and can work as much or little as they’d like. Payments are made once a week via PayPal.

2. GitHub

GitHub has headquarters in San Francisco, but many of their employees work remotely.

In addition to remote work options, all employees enjoy perks like flexible schedules, unlimited PTO and 100% health insurance coverage. GitHub even offers employees a full paid week off to volunteer, money for education, and five months off for parental leave. How’s that for amazing benefits?

If you’ve never heard of it before, GitHub is how people build software. To date, the community is made up of approximately 40 million users.

You can view open positions at GitHub in departments like Administration, Design, Finance, Sales, Services, Support and so much more.

3. Hopper

Interested in work from home travel jobs? Be sure to check out Hopper!

According to Forbes, Hopper is the fastest growing travel app out there. To date, people using Hopper have planned more than 100 million trips!

In order to help all these travelers, Hopper hires Travel Agents to work remotely in the United States and Canada.

The Travel Experience Agents are passionate about the travel industry. On a daily basis they help customers via chat and email, quote and book airline travel, prioritize high volume travel requests.

To get started at Hopper, you must live in California, Massachusetts, New York, Illinois, Oregon or throughout Canada.

Interested? Head over to Hopper to learn more about this and other remote roles at Hopper.

4. ModSquad

Are you a pro in all things social media and digital engagement? Then you would make a great ModSquad Moderator!

ModSquad is a digital engagement company. It helps brands build and sustain their online presence through online support and moderation.

That means Moderators at ModSquad (Mods, for short) engage with customers via chat, on social media, or in online communities.

Mods get to select projects they want to work on and set their own schedules. This is a flexible, contract opportunity. Many Mods work day jobs and use this as a way to make extra income.

Once you fill out the application to become a contractor Moderator, it takes about 72 hours to hear back. Available opportunities vary based on demand, so keep that in mind when applying.

5. The Center For Excellence In Higher Education

The Center for Excellence In Higher Education (CEHE) is a non-profit group of career colleges. Brands include Independence University, Stevens-Henager College and College America.

CEHE frequently hires remote workers to assist students in every stage of their academic careers.

Common jobs available here include Student Services Advisor and Admissions Consultant.

To be considered you must have a quiet home office and be able to work a set schedule.

6. Wonder

Another freelance opportunity hiring in March is Wonder. Wonder is an on-demand online research company.

Wonder contracts freelance researchers to work on research projects for big-name brands and global companies. Some of their clients include Procter & Gamble and Omnicom Group.

Wonder Researchers earn competitive pay and get to work a flexible schedule. Most projects pay a flat fee of $15/hour. You are paid for each research request you complete.

Curious? Learn more about this unique position and apply to become a Wonder Researcher today.

7. Coffee Meets Bagel

Coffee Meets Bagel is a dating app. But, its primary focus is to create meaningful connections through curated matches. No endless swiping through hundreds of matches here!

Although the Coffee Meets Bagel officers are in San Francisco and Seattle, there are remote options too.

In fact, you can apply to remote jobs at Coffee Meets Bagel is you live in Canada or the US.

8. Boldly

Are you on the hunt for Virtual Administrative Positions? Boldly might be a good fit for you.

All positions at Boldly are W2. That is, you are an employee and receive all the perks that come with your employee status.

Common remote positions at Boldly include:

  • Executive Assistant
  • Marketing & Social Media Specialist
  • Project Manager
  • Executive Paralegal Assistant

Once you complete the application process at Boldly, you go through onboarding. Boldly will recommend the right position for you based on your experience and availability. Pay rate starts at $20 an hour and goes up from there.

9. Podia

If you spend any amount of time online, you know there is a lot of digital content out there. Creators rely on ebook, course, and digital download sales to boost their income month after month.

But, to be successful in the digital creation and sales arena you need a platform from which to sell from. That’s where Podia comes in.

Podia is an all-in-one solution for creators to design, host and sell their products. To do that, they employ remote workers in various departments like customer support, design and sales.

Check out Current Openings at Podia to see what remote workers are available and to apply today.

10. Care Centrix

Ever considered a remote-friendly healthcare career? Today, the healthcare industry is one of the top employers in the US. This holds true for remote workers too.

There are home-based positions for nurses, medical billing & coding, and medical transcription (to name a few).

Care Centrix is a large employer in the remote medical industry. They help patients recover at home. To assist home-based recovery, Care Centrix hires remote administrative based positions available as well customer support opportunities too.

Be sure to check out all job listings at CareCentrix to see how you can apply to this growing medical support company.

Remote Companies Hiring March 2020

It’s a new month which means new opportunities for remote work! I enjoy writing this list every month. It really illustrates the diversity of remote companies and the many different positions they offer.

I don’t expect you will find your perfect job on this top 10 list, but I do hope it inspires you to create your own remote career campaign.

If you’re not sure how to go about a remote job search — don’t panic. Check out my Jump Start Your Remote Job Search Course to find out how you too can create a successful job search strategy today.

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