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It won’t be news to you, but sometimes living with a chronic illness or disability is its own full-time job. And no matter how many times you hear you’re not alone if you had to leave your job because of your condition, it can still sting. You want to work full-time like your peers but symptom flares or accessibility issues make this impossible.

Mighty contributor Allyson Byers, who lives with the chronic skin condition hidradenitis suppurativa, knows what this is like. Like many others with a chronic condition, her illness forced her to leave her job before she realized that remote work — and the flexibility it provides — ended up being the modification needed to balance her health and work.

“Working from home has allowed me to take naps, wear comfortable clothing, and continue to focus on getting better, physically and mentally. If I’m in a lot of pain, I can take the day off,” Byers wrote, adding:

I am able to try new treatments that are more time-intensive, like infusions and surgery. There are days when I get angry at my disease and the time it’s stolen from me or the dreams I’ve had to give up on. I feel like I lost my 20s and no one understands what I’m going through.

If you also want to give remote work a try to get back in action professionally, these seven companies are currently hiring work-from-home employees:

1. LeadsBridge

Digital advertising — like running a successful advertising campaign on Facebook — is hard work. LeadsBridge aims to make things easier for companies all to benefit the bottom line. The entire company operates worldwide, so you can work from anywhere. Benefits for full-time employees include unlimited vacation time and a competitive salary.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote LeadsBridge Jobs:

From the company’s careers page, type “remote” in the search bar or scroll through the job listings.

2. Publitas

Now that mailing hard copy product catalogs has gone by the wayside, Publitas has swooped in to pick up the (digital) slack. The Amsterdam-based company relies on a remote global workforce. Full-time employees can also expect a starting salary between €32,400-€48,600 along with bi-weekly coaching and lots of digital bonuses, like an unlimited budget for the Kindle store.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Publitas Jobs:

Visit Publitas’ jobs page and look for any opening that catches your eye — all jobs can be done remotely.

3. Future PLC

Future PLC heads several media brands, including Gizmodo, Lifehacker, LiveScience, PC Gamer and Louder that together reach more than 250 million consumers worldwide. If you’re interested in a media career focused on technology and entertainment, Future employees generally receive unlimited vacation days, health and well-being “initiatives,” and a bonus at the end of each year.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Future Jobs:

From Future’s careers page, type “remote” in the keyword search box to see what’s available in your country.

4. Inovalon

Tech company Inovalon brings data-driven insights to the health care space by providing cloud-based programs to its clients. To deliver new medical insights, the company needs a variety of employees, from tech engineers to product managers and medical coders. If this sounds like you, benefits for employees include health insurance, disability insurance, paid time off and more.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Inovalon Jobs:

Visit the company’s jobs page and choose US-Remote from the location drop-down menu.

5. Belong Home

If you’ve always wanted to get your feet wet in real-estate, Belong Home might be a great place to start. The company serves as the go-between for homeowners who want to rent their property and earn passive income. Belong is investor-funded and based in Silicon Valley. No word about benefits on the company’s website.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Belong Home Jobs:

On Belong’s careers page, choose “remote” from the city drop-down menu to filter your results.

6. Voting Rights Lab

We know there’s a big election coming up, but ensuring U.S. elections are accessible and fair is a year-round gig. Started in 2018, Voting Rights Lab partners with other organizations across the country to reform voting laws at the state level. Starting salary ranges between  $60,000 to $70,000 and benefits include medical, vision and dental coverage, 25 paid days off and a retirement plan.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Voting Rights Lab Jobs:

There’s not a way to search the organization’s jobs, but Voting Rights Lab says all its jobs can be done remotely.

7. Invitae

Invitae is all about “advanced medical genetics,” which may be right in your wheelhouse of lived experience. The company sells a range of genetic testing options. Though Invitae serves international clients, all of its jobs are based in the United States. Benefits for those hired include a competitive salary, health benefits, paid time off and a paid family leave policy.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Invitae Jobs:

Invitae’s location search function on its careers page makes it unclear what jobs can be done remotely, though most are remote. Double-check with a company rep if you’re unsure.

Looking for other opportunities? Follow The Mighty’s #NowHiring page and take a look at other lists of companies that hire remote workers:

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

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Originally published: January 31, 2020
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