More people are going into the work from home bracket for many reasons. If you’ve been thinking about how to work from home & unsure of where to get started, keep reading this post. The first time I had the opportunity to work from home was Spring 2016. I worked briefly with U-haul as a Customer Service Representative. Shortly after, I worked with the U.S. Census Bureau which can be work partially at home.
I chose to work from home, because it was a lifestyle choice. My sons were already in virtual school & I wanted to work from home to complete our lifestyle. I’ve always been more successful working independently instead of working in a managed environment. This way actually worked for us.
The companies I’m going to share with you have great reputations & I’ve personally found employment through these sources. If you’re serious in your job search, you can too.
Here’s a list of resources I used to find work from home opportunities:
Rat Race Rebellion – Rat Race Rebellion is a great company with high on demand work from home jobs. I was able to find my first work from home job with U-Haul through their website. Rat Race Rebellion has been around for quite some time now & is no stranger to helping every day people secure wfh jobs. Subscribe to their newsletter & when you see a position that interest you, act on it immediately! These tops companies fill positions fast through this site.
Work From Home Mom Revolution – This site is great & the owner, Lisa Mills has been working from home for a long time. She sends out daily e-mails with the latest companies and opportunities available in the U.S. Yes, they are all work from home positions with legitimate, reputable companies. Subscribe to her newsletter & check out her site here.
Flex Jobs – FlexJobs is a paid subscription job site that is known for being the “go-to” for remote/work from home jobs. This is where top companies who offer these kind of opportunities go to list their openings. The subscription can be purchased on a monthly, quarterly & annual basis. There’s currently a Valentine’s Day special where you can get 50% off any membership. Click here for the link to their site. This promo expired on February 19, 2019. I recently started my subscription with FlexJobs for one month. I’ll write a review on my experience using this site.
Indeed – Most are familiar with indeed. Search by typing “remote” in the job title box. You can also leave the city/state box blank and see which companies are hiring. Some employers only hire in set locations while other will hire if you’re across country.