Whether you call it telecommuting, working remotely, or working from home, there’s no doubt about it—this type of job arrangement is on the rise. There are lots of winners when workers don’t have report to a physical location every day: both employers and employees can save time and money, and research shows that productivity goes up. It’s not surprising that job listings for remote work continue to increase.
Virtual or remote jobs are available in many fields—from entry-level customer service to advanced software development or research positions. Some of the more common careers that offer remote work include:
- Interpreters or translators
- Computer support specialists
- Marriage and family therapists
- Paralegal/legal assistants
- Web developers
- Social media specialists
- Licensed insurance representatives
- Writers and editors
- Medical transcriptionists
- Data entry specialists
CareerOneStop’s new Find a Remote Job offers a one-stop search for work-from-home opportunities in any U.S. location. Get started by entering a job title or keyword for the type of work you’re looking for; then follow the tips for narrowing your search and identifying your best options.