If given the choice, 66% of workers say would prefer to work remotely full-time after the pandemic. To help job seekers find remote job opportunities that offer the ultimate flexibility, FlexJobs has identified the top companies hiring for the most remote jobs without any location requirements.
These companies have been hiring for positions that don’t require the worker to be in any city, state, or country (95% of remote jobs do have a location requirement).
Perhaps now more than ever, flexible and remote work arrangements are critical to employees’ overall health and wellbeing. According to a survey conducted by FlexJobs and Mental Health America, employees without flexible work arrangements are almost two times more likely to have poor or very poor mental health compared to those who do have flexible work arrangements.
If given the choice, 66 percent of workers would prefer to work remotely full-time after the pandemic. To help job seekers find remote job opportunities that offer the ultimate flexibility, FlexJobs has identified the top companies hiring for the most remote jobs without any location requirements since April 2020, as well as high-paying jobs that can be done from anywhere in the world.
For a variety of reasons, such as employment and tax law, the vast majority of remote jobs include a geographic requirement. But thanks to technology and the increasing global adoption of remote work across industries, the marketplace of work-from-anywhere jobs has been increasing.
“As more companies embrace remote work for the long-term, I expect that the number of jobs that can be performed from anywhere will continue to grow as well,” said Sara Sutton, Founder and CEO of FlexJobs. “The flexibility of working remotely and being untethered from a specific location can play a critical part in maintaining overall wellbeing and even opens up opportunities for many to live in less expensive areas, potentially improving their quality of life.”
Some of the most common work-from-anywhere job titles include business development manager, copywriter, customer support specialist, marketing manager, front-end developer, product manager, and curriculum designer.
Read Flexjobs’ full survey results here.