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7 Work-From-Home Job Opportunities You Can Apply for Now!

I’m currently writing this article from an airplane. It feels quite surreal given it’s the first time I’ve flown in a long, long time. I was fortunate to get vaccinated this month and finally have the opportunity to travel with my family. So here I am, on a plane in the middle of the sky, writing my twelfth remote jobs article for The Mighty. 

It’s been just over one year since I began writing these articles. Looking back, so much has happened in this past year yet at the same time, it’s as though nothing has changed at all. When I submitted my very first article, I wasn’t wearing a mask. Nobody was. The symbolic piece of that is that I was finally feeling free, nine months after getting my PICC line removed. 

Then came the mask, the isolation, the fear, the loss of freedom. All of these are things I’ve dealt with — survived. But this time it felt different. I had lived, survived and thrived with a chronic condition for years. Why was I so terrified?

One piece of me that never went away during my battle with chronic Lyme was my desire to be with my friends and loved ones. While I know this is not the case for many people living with long-term illness, I hated being alone. Being around my loved ones energized me, motivated me, pushed me to heal. 

The past year has been incredibly isolating. So today I am celebrating the fact that I am safely traveling with my fully vaccinated family. While my mask is still on, my heart is wide open. 

If you are new to these monthly articles, my name is Hannah Olson and I’m the founder of Chronically Capable, a digital talent marketplace and community that connects chronically ill and disabled jobseekers to inclusive employers. We have always believed in the importance of creating space for the chronically ill and disabled to work and excel at their jobs without feeling like they have to sacrifice their health. Now, we’re working on getting employers across the globe to join us in actively supporting our community! 

If you want to keep up with our work and our job opportunities, be sure to sign up for our newsletter or check out our Instagram to stay updated! On that note, I’d love to share seven remote work opportunities available this April.

1. Anchor Media

Fun fact — my first job after college was at Anchor Media! Now, they’ve teamed up with Chronically Capable to source applicants for several open roles. I can personally say that this female-founded company is not only innovative but incredibly inclusive.  Anchor Media is an agency that works with brands that value diverse marketing to truly resonate with people from all backgrounds. Be sure to mention that you came through Chronically Capable when you apply!

The Details: 

How To Find Other Remote Anchor Media Jobs:

To view more openings, visit the company’s employer profile on Chronically Capable.

2. C Talent 

I was connected to the founder of C Talent earlier this year and was beyond inspired by their founder’s work to support the chronic illness and disability community. C Talent represents high profile d/deaf and disabled artists and athletes globally. They are disability owned and genuinely care about the well-being of their employees. While their positions are typically contract roles, be sure to keep checking their Chronically Capable profile as they are actively hiring!

The Details: 

How To Find Other Remote Open C Talent Jobs:

Visit C Talent’s employer profile on Chronically Capable to view open jobs. The company is based in Los Angeles with remote opportunities worldwide.

3. Banzai

As an inclusive employer on Chronically Capable, I can say first-hand that Banzai is a company that truly values their employees and strives to be inclusive. Benefits include employer-sponsored healthcare, a generous vacation policy, corporate cell-phones and get this: $1,000 per year for professional development. This might be your chance to get that extra degree. Make sure to tell the hiring manager you came through Chronically Capable!

The Details: 

How To Find Other Remote Banzai Jobs:

Visit Banzai’s employer page on Chronically Capable or check out the company’s career page to view other open roles.

4. Red Hat

Any company that gives new employees a red hat is perfect to me. (Kidding.) While Red Hat does actually give red hats to their new employees, this software company is truly inclusive and diverse across the boundaries of gender, race, sexuality and disability. They offer flexible scheduling, career growth and development opportunities, remote options, health and well-being initiatives, meaningful rewards and associate recognition programs. With offices in 100+ offices in 40+ countries across the globe, they offer comprehensive benefits and the option to work remotely.

The Details: 

How To Find Other Remote Red Hat Jobs:

Visit the company’s career page to explore remote opportunities.

5. Away

Remember when I told you I was writing this article from a plane? Right above me in the overhead bin is my Away suitcase. This global lifestyle brand is on a mission to transform travel through products and content that inspire people to get away more. While they do have full-time roles, they are currently on the hunt for Content Creators to join their roster of freelance Away Artists. This is a great opportunity if you’re looking for part-time work that fits your health schedule.

The Details: 

  • Position(s) open right now: Content Creator
  • Location/s: Remote worldwide 

How To Find Other Remote Away Jobs:

Visit the company’s career page to explore their remote opportunities.

6. Moz

Where are the social media peeps at? This B2B tech startup is like no other. They have an incredibly active and vocal community of followers — with 550k+ followers on Twitter alone! Not only does this appear to be a fun and cutting edge startup, but they offer comprehensive benefits to match including 100% health, vision and dental, $3k paid vacation per year, remote work stipends and more!

The Details: 

How To Find Other Moz Jobs:

Visit Moz’s career page to view open, remote roles.

7. LiveOps

Interested in starting your own business from home? “Provider of freedom and autonomy” LiveOps provides virtual, flexible independent contractor agents to Fortune 500 companies to assist in fulfilling the goals and business needs of its customers. Empowered by flexible, self-selected schedules, independent contractor agents have the freedom and autonomy to work around competing priorities in their lives, controlling their earning potential while creating a business of their own. They are still looking for service reps today! 

The Details: 

How To Find Other Remote LiveOps Jobs:

Visit LiveOps’ career page on Chronically Capable and look for any opening that catches your eye — all jobs can be done remotely.

Want to learn more about Chronically Capable? Sign up and see what other job opportunities are available through its website.

Getty image via Vadym Pastukh

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