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If your ideal job is one that you can do from your couch, you’re in luck.
These 10 companies are totally legit, and they’re hiring for work-from-home positions right now. This list was put together by the folks over at Remote.co, a job site that helps people find work-from-home opportunities.
To make the list, Remote.co looked for companies that operate 100 percent remotely, have at least 20 employees and are currently hiring workers who can live anywhere in the world.
Check out these company’s job listings to see what’s available that might fit your skill set.
2. InVision App
InVision App helps companies test out their mobile and web designs. You can work from anywhere with InVision App, and the company has dozens of open jobs in sales, customer service, marketing and more.
Aha! makes software that creates visual product roadmaps and web-based product management tools. They’re hiring designers, recruiters, communications specialists and other positions.
Automattic, the web development company behind WordPress, Longreads and other sites, has more than 500 employees in 52 countries. They’re currently searching for a happiness engineer, a data analyst and a handful of other roles.
This company designs and develops websites and tools for clients such as Microsoft, Time, ESPN and Adobe. They’re hiring team leaders, project managers, administrators and engineers.
— Joey Blake (@joeyblake) June 17, 2016
6. The Cheat Sheet
The Cheat Sheet is a men’s lifestyle website that covers business, tech, entertainment, sports, life and personal finance topics. They’re currently hiring a chief marketing officer, a health and fitness writer and a business operations director.
WorldWide101 created a network of virtual assistants to support busy executives and administrators. They’re looking for business assistants who can work at least 20 hours a week during normal business hours.
Seeq creates software to help manufacturers improve production results. The company said it’s expecting another round of hiring in the future, but for now they’re looking for several engineers and a sales executive.
Articulate makes online education and training software. They’re currently hiring a front-end developer, a help desk specialist and a campaign manager.
[H/t: Real Simple]