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7 Remote Part-Time Jobs Hiring Positions You Can Apply for This April


Some people might think working from home is all fun and games, but when you live with a disability, chronic illness or even a mental health condition, remote work and reduced hours can be a necessary accommodation. For this reason, don’t forget to set yourself up for success while working from home.

In her article, “7 Ways to Boost Your Mental Health at Work,” Mighty contributor Corinne Keating outlined several ways to boost your well-being while you’re working, including starting your day with a relaxing routine and creating lists to help you stay organized and feel accomplished. Plus, don’t forget to carve out a workspace that’s both functional and keeps your mental spirits up. Keating said:

We’re talking about your immediate work area here. Love plants? Bring in some for your desk. Like to look at animals or your favorite rock star? Posters. The idea is, surround yourself with something that gives you pleasure and a mental boost. It could be anything from pictures of your partner to bright purple sticky notes.

If you’re looking for new remote opportunities you can do in your awesome office space, check out the current openings at these seven companies that all have part-time (and some full-time) jobs available.

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1. Cozymeal

Put on your chef hat, because Cozymeal is all about teaching people how to cook and enjoying exciting culinary experiences. The company can’t do this alone. It offers several “remote-OK” jobs across the U.S. so you can bring home the bacon. Most of Cozymeal’s remote positions are part-time and likely don’t include benefits.  

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Cozymeal Jobs:

Cozymeal doesn’t have a search function, so scroll through its list of job openings and look for “(remote ok)” next to the location information.

2. VocoVision

Through advanced remote technology, VocoVision works to make the world a little more accessible with sign language interpreters, speech-language pathologists and even school psychologists. If this is your field, VocoVision has jobs you can do from home. Some positions are part-time and others seem to be contract-only, which also means you are probably not eligible for benefits.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote VocoVision Jobs:

From VocoVision’s jobs page, type “remote” into the keyword search bar.

3. Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone has become synonymous for learning languages of the world. As an employee, you can help expand language literacy even further. Potential employment options include tutoring for a variety of languages. While full-time employees are eligible for paid vacation and health benefits, part-time employees aren’t. Part-time employees work about 8-10 hours a week.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Rosetta Stone Jobs:

Head to Rosetta Stone’s jobs page and type “remote” into the “search jobs” keyword search box.

4. Pitchup.com

Pitchup.com wants to make booking a campsite to “pitch up” your tent or RV easier with its online scheduling tools. Employment positions are open internationally, though only part-time opportunities appear to be remote. Full-time employees are eligible for benefits and part-time employees can expect hourly pay plus commission, depending on your role.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Pitchup.com Jobs:

At Pitchup.com’s career page, type “remote” into the search box to see what’s available.

5. CEHE Family of Colleges

Center for Excellence in Higher Education (CEHE) Family of Colleges encompasses four university systems with in-person and online schools. The education nonprofit has plenty of roles if you want to try your hand at working in higher ed, including admissions, informational technology, careers services and more. If you apply, check job listings carefully because some offer paid time off benefits and others do not.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote CEHE Family of Colleges Jobs:

Visit CEHE’s job search page and check the box for “remote” under the location filter function.

6. Lionbridge

Lionbridge has a lot of services on its menu: copywriting, translation, testing, rating, reviewing and more. There are lots of opportunities across the company and around the world, from game testing to evaluating how good website search results are. Part-time workers are usually classified as contractors, so no benefits, but Lionbridge advertises a flexible work schedule.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Lionbridge Health Jobs:

You can choose from four different job types on Lionbridge’s career page. Depending on which page you choose, search “remote” in the keywords box or look for “remote” as part of the job listing.

7. Aquent

For creative types out there who may want to pick up some extra work here and there, Aquent may be the place to look. The company recruits workers who specialize in fields like graphic design, copywriting or social media for clients who need temporary work. Some projects may take as few as a couple of days while others could last for weeks or months. However, most projects are temporary and do not include benefits.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Aquent Jobs:

From Aquent’s jobs page, check the box next to “include remote opportunities” and type “remote” into the keywords search box.

h/t FlexJobs

Are you an employer with available remote opportunities for qualified candidates? Contact [email protected] to have your listing posted in an upcoming edition of our monthly remote jobs roundup.

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