As the world continues to follow up with the technological changes of the environment, work from home jobs have increased dramatically since the 21st century. With software such as Skype, Webex, Intuit, Turbo Tax, and Microsoft as well as social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, and Snapchat both businesses and individuals have found the benefits of working remotely.
Not to be confused with being the perfect job because there will be times when you will miss the water cooler gossips or the sly jokes Jake used to tell after lunch. Also, with no one judging our performance, we might find ourselves slacking off a lot.
But since you are determined to try out online jobs, we will go ahead and feed your fantasy. Here are our top picks for 2019 work from home jobs.
Bizzabo is the fastest-growing event technology company with a mission to bring people together and make events more rewarding for all parties. Bizzabo has two offices, 5,659 miles from each other. One office is located at 31 W 27th St 10th Floor, New York, NY 10001 and the other in Ha-Umanim St 10, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel. They have many careers for US-citizens who don’t mind going into the office but the remote job they offer is in customer service which we can find here.
Fun fact: They have a dog-friendly office and they have a fully stocked refrigerator and pantry with catered lunch and breakfast bi-weekly.
Founded in 2013, NYC based Museum Hack change the way people view museums by generating tours in a fun and exciting way. They provide engaging stories, fun activities, epic photos and unique memories to each client. They are on a mission to “reimagine and inspire new adult museum experiences around the world.” For persons who have a special interest in all the jobs they have, please click here. The remote opportunities may be found here.
Fun Fact: It is harder to join Museum Hack than Harvard
Pared is located in the San Francisco Bay and New York City area and is focused on matching job seekers with employers in the restaurant industry. They work with thousands of restaurants across the board even top chefs such as: Dominique Crenn. Pared was founded by Will Pacio a veteran in the restaurant industry and Dave Lu who started out as a delivery boy for Lotus Garden. Currently, they have a remote position in customer service which you can find here as well as other career opportunities located here.
Fun Fact: Pared vets each candidate so the employer doesn’t have to.
4. The Hoth
The Hoth focuses on SEO (Search Engine Optimization) & Content Marketing from their offices in Florida. They have helped develop the largest SEO companies in the world and were ranked as one of the best places to work in 2019 by the Tampa Bay Business Journal. Their goal is to become “the most reliable source for SEO tools & services in the world.” All current job opportunities may be found here, more specifically, the remote position they have available may be found here.
Fun Fact: The HOTH is an acronym for Hittem Over The Head
Zirtual provides virtual assistants for entrepreneurs, professionals, and small teams. Administrative Assistant, Data Entry Assistant, Personal Assistant, Email Assistant, Schedule & Planning, Marketing, Travel Planning, and Website Maintenance & E-commerce are only some services they offer. Zirtual’s headquarter is located in Ohio under their parent company Startups.co. Unfortunately, Zirtual is only hiring US-based applicants at this time; all careers both remote and non-remote can be found here.
Fun Fact: Zirtual gives you a list of functions they do not perform as a virtual assistant company.
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