Women in the U.S. shoulder a disproportionate share of the unpaid caregiving workload. They are still an overwhelming majority (75%) of caregivers. Women are more likely to work their careers around children and make changes like taking leave, finding a more flexible job or working from home.
To help women find jobs they can do completely from home, FlexJobs has identified the top 30 companies that had the most 100% remote job listings on the site so far this year. Although companies have expanded their views on what work can be done remotely, the top industries in this list are Computer/IT, Healthcare, and Education. This women’s jobs list is based on an analysis of over 57,000 companies and their 100% remote job posting histories in the FlexJobs database between the start of the year. These jobs do not require any time in the office.
Although companies have expanded their views on what work can be done fully remotely, the top industries represented in this list are below (staffing & HR companies have been excluded from this list):
The companies below posted the most 100% remote jobs between January 1, 2021, through August 31, 2021.
- UnitedHealth Group
- CVS Health
- Supporting Strategies
- eXp Realty
- Anthem, Inc.
- Citizens Bank
- Profit Factory
- Planet Group
- NTT Group
- Stride, Inc.
- Achieve Test Prep
- PRA Health Sciences
- Change Healthcare
- Jerry Insurance Agency
- Thermo Fisher Scientific
- LanguageLine Solutions
Three Important Recommendations for Highlighting Remote Work Experience and Talents
- State it clearly. List “Remote Work” next to your job title. For example, Director of Marketing (75% Remote Work)
- Include it in the descriptions of your past jobs or experience. For example, “Led a team of five customer service reps in a completely remote work environment during the pandemic, and successfully earned an average team satisfaction rating of 94%.” If you earned a degree or certification online, volunteered on a project where you did most of the work from home, worked at a distance from your coworkers across time zones, or even just worked from home even occasionally, include this remote work experience explicitly.
- Build it into your skills section. Discuss the types of skills it takes to be a successful remote worker. Time and task management, communication, self-management, the ability to work independently, and comfort with technology are some of the top skills employers like to see when hiring for remote jobs.
These 10 Questions and Answers About Finding a Remote Job should also provide additional insight to help job seekers in their remote job search. Hopefully you enjoyed this article on Women’s Jobs: Top 30 Companies With the Most 100% Remote Jobs.