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These companies are the most open-minded when it comes to incorporating remote work policies into their existing employee benefits packages.
Last year, twenty-three percent of U.S. workers did at least some of their work from home — up from 19 percent in 2003, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. There are currently 3.3 million workers in the U.S. that work from home full time and many more interested in this type of work flexibility.
FlexJobs analyzed recent remote job listings to determine the companies that have posted the most opportunities.
The list of companies actively hiring represents a variety of industries — from health care to technology. Jobs being hired for include consultant, instructor, analyst, marketing manager, nurse practitioner, client service representative and software engineer.
According to FlexJobs, California, Texas, New York, and and Florida were among the top 10 states with the most telecommuting jobs last year.
“From baby boomers to millennials, working from home is the most in-demand type of work flexibility job seekers are interested in, and companies need to recognize that or they’re going to lose talent, ” said Sara Sutton Fell, Founder and CEO of FlexJobs.
“In fact, 68 percent of recent college graduates said of all company policies, the ability to work remotely has the most positive impact on their interest in an employer. It is a trend that is here to stay.”
This list is based on 2016 job posting data. These were the top 25 employers with the most available remote job positions.