75 Top Companies With Remote Jobs This Summer

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Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared on FlexJobs.com.

Although you may be tempted to take a break from your job search during the summer months, there are numerous advantages to continuing your search.

For one, many jobseekers put their job search on hold because they mistakenly believe that companies are not hiring during the summer. As a result, there’s less competition from other jobseekers, so those who continue their search have a better chance of standing out to employers.

In addition, many businesses ramp up hiring during the summer to prepare for the busy fall season. So, if you’re looking for a new job, don’t let the summer slow you down. There are plenty of opportunities to be had, and despite concerns about return-to-office mandates, the demand for remote work remains steady.

To help you get started in your summer job search, we’ve analyzed more than 60,000 companies in our database to identify the top companies that posted the highest number of remote jobs between January 1, 2024, and May 31, 2024.

Additionally, we’re covering the top career categories and job titles with the highest number of remote job postings in the first half of 2024.

According to FlexJobs Career Expert Keith Spencer, “FlexJobs’ 2024 report is an excellent indication that even in a changing job landscape, remote work isn’t going away. These forward-thinking employers are a testament to the importance of flexibility in the future of work, and we hope the list helps jobseekers better identify and connect to the many remote career options available.”

Top 75 Companies Hiring for Remote Jobs This Summer

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The following companies are ranked according to the number of remote jobs posted in the first half of the year.

Recognized for posting the highest number of remote jobs in a wide range of career areas so far this year, these companies offer remote work opportunities across industries and are great places to start your job hunt this summer.

  1. Robert Half International
  2. Veeva
  3. AECOM
  4. CVS Health
  5. Creative Financial Staffing – CFS
  6. LHH – Lee Hecht Harrison
  7. UnitedHealth Group
  8. Prime Therapeutics
  9. Guidehouse
  10. TELUS
  11. Thermo Fisher Scientific
  12. Kelly
  13. Samsara
  14. Motion Recruitment
  15. Randstad
  16. Zscaler
  17. Insight Global
  18. Vaco
  19. Cloudflare
  20. HubSpot
  21. Rubrik
  22. Kforce
  23. Canonical
  24. Circle Internet Financial
  25. Token Metrics
  26. Atrium Staffing
  27. NTT Group
  28. Pinterest
  29. DoorDash
  30. Fluence Energy
  31. RTX Corporation
  32. Twilio
  33. Affirm
  34. 2K
  35. Stride, Inc.
  36. GitLab
  37. Black & Veatch
  38. Nielsen
  39. Philips
  40. Axon
  41. Binance
  42. Reddit
  43. Express Scripts
  44. Stryker
  45. Autodesk
  46. Dun & Bradstreet
  47. Sprinklr
  48. SAP
  49. Interactive Brokers
  50. Splunk
  51. SMX Tech
  52. NBCUniversal
  53. New York Life
  54. BAE Systems
  55. Harvard University
  56. Scholastic
  57. Airwallex
  58. Broadridge
  59. Fanatics
  60. ManTech
  61. Aquent
  62. JLL – Jones Lang LaSalle
  63. Zillow
  64. Ascension Health
  65. Klick Health
  66. Lyft
  67. Alight Solutions
  68. Welocalize
  69. Danaher
  70. Xometry
  71. BELAY
  72. Remote Technology, Inc.
  73. Stanford Medicine
  74. Principal Financial Group
  75. Adecco Group

Top Remote Career Categories

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The following are career categories distinguished for having the highest number of remote job postings in the FlexJobs database in the first half of 2024.

  1. Computer & IT
  2. Accounting & Finance
  3. Project Management
  4. Sales
  5. Medical & Health
  6. Marketing
  7. Account Management
  8. Customer Service
  9. Business Development
  10. Operations

Securing the top spot on the list is computer & IT, which had the highest number of remote job listings since the start of the year. Following computer & IT jobs are accounting & finance and project management jobs, which saw slight increases from last year.

Furthermore, industries like customer service, marketing, and operations held steady in terms of the volume of remote jobs posted in the first six months of 2024 when compared to 2023.

Top Remote Job Titles

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As for job titles, the top remote job titles in the first half of 2024 include:

  1. Accountant
  2. Software Engineer
  3. Customer Service Representative
  4. Product Manager
  5. Executive Assistant
  6. Account Executive
  7. Sales Development Representative
  8. Business Development Representative
  9. Project Manager
  10. Product Marketing Manager

Similar to the career categories highlighted above, the most in-demand remote job listings were for accountants and software engineers.

While marketing, project management, and sales had lower numbers in terms of the total volume of remote jobs, these categories were also represented in the top job titles, such as account executives, business development representatives, product marketing managers, project managers, and sales development representatives.

Keeping Your Summer Job Search Mojo

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Whether you’re looking to fill time until your permanent plans launch in the fall, you’re a teacher looking to fill your summer months, or you’re a recent grad looking to launch your career, there are many reasons not to slow your job search during the summer.

Keep these simple summer job search tips in mind to find success this summer.

1. Get Organized

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Getting organized is the first step to keeping your job search momentum going.

Create a system for tracking the positions you’ve applied for, the companies you’ve reached out to, and the networking contacts you’ve made. This will help you keep track of your progress and avoid duplicating your efforts.

2. Set Job Search Goals

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Letting your job search drift aimlessly can be easy without specific goals in mind. Make a plan for your job search and set attainable goals to keep yourself focused and on track.

For example, you might aim to apply for at least 10 positions per week or make at least five new networking contacts per week.

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