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By now you’ve probably heard the news: The World Health Organization (WHO) declared “burn-out” an official syndrome.

Technically burnout is an “occupational phenomenon” as opposed to a “medical condition,” but if you live with a health condition, you’re probably well aware burn-out can be a very real side effect of your health or lack of accommodations at work and elsewhere.

Mighty contributor Winslow E. Dixon explained how they deal with burn-out while living with a chronic illness in the article, “10 Ways to Break Through the Burnout of Chronic Illness.” In addition to prioritizing self-care, learning to say no and changing your surroundings, Dixon recommended eliminating stressors where you can. Dixon wrote:

Avoid things that trigger increased pain, sadness or stress. Are there certain things that increase stress in your life? Are there people you need to avoid? Are there situations that hurt you? Try to get away from as much negativity as possible…and when it’s not possible, care for yourself as best as you are able.

For many living with health conditions or disabilities, going to an office can be one of the biggest work stressors, whether it’s a lack of accessible parking, an open-office layout that causes sensory overload or being required to sit in a chair all day that leads to debilitating joint pain. If this is you, working from home might be a great alternative.

To help you find new work possibilities (and eliminate work stressors), here are seven companies with open work-from-home jobs you can apply for this July:  

1. Pink Callers

Virtual call centers are all the rage, and Pink Callers has jumped on the bandwagon, differentiating themselves by working with service companies such as landscapers, plumbers and cleaners. To assist its clients, the company uses virtual customer service representatives to answer phones and schedule and dispatch services. Pink Callers doesn’t mention any benefits on its site, but the hourly pay rate is listed as $10.50 per hour.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Pink Callers Jobs:

All of the company’s jobs can be done remotely, so look at each listing on the jobs page to see what’ of interest.

2. Kaplan

Kaplan is arguably the biggest name is test preparation, whether you’re getting ready for the SAT in high school or a professional licensing exam after college. You can join several Kaplan divisions as an employee, including test prep or higher education, in North America. According to its website, Kaplan offers health insurance benefits, paid time off and short- and long-term disability insurance.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Kaplan Jobs:

The company has several divisions, so choose the one you’re interested in from the careers page. On the job search page, make sure you check the box for “remote” under location.

3. Milrich Virtual Professionals

Milrich Virtual’s professionals all work remotely to assist company clients with administrative or customer service tasks like scheduling or cold calling. Most listed opportunities are contact positions, which means no benefits. Also, check the payment details carefully. Some jobs may pay $10 an hour, for example, but one cold-calling position says you’ll only make $5 an hour and a $30 bonus for every appointment you book.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Milrich Virtual Professionals Jobs:

The company doesn’t have a way to search its job openings, so scroll through its career page to find what you’re interested in.

4. Bustle Digital Group

Bustle, a trendy online lifestyle publication, is just one in a larger media conglomerate — Bustle Digital Group — along with sites you might know like Elite Daily and Mic. The group has openings across many of their publications in the U.S. and U.K., many of which are part-time. Benefits and salary info aren’t listed for hired workers.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Bustle Digital Group Jobs:

Visit Bustle’s careers page and using the filter by drop-down menus, choose “remote” under city.

5. NerdWallet

If you’ve ever found yourself searching online for financial advice, like credit card options or personal loans, financial literacy site NerdWallet may have popped up. It hires employees across a wide range of disciplines, from operations to content and data. NerdWallet’s careers page lists extensive benefits, from fully paid health insurance and paid time off to paid maternity and paternity leave and stipends for work-from-home equipment.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote NerdWallet Jobs:

NerdWallet’s careers page doesn’t include a search option, so select the type of work you’re interested in and look for “remote” in the job location title.

6. Doximity

Many stakeholders want to revolutionize the health care industry, including Doximity. The company produces apps to make doctors more productive. Based in San Francisco, many of Doximity’s positions can be done remotely, plus you’ll get an inside look at how the health industry works. Listed benefits include health insurance and paid time off.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Doximity Jobs:

On Doximity’s positions page, you can scroll through the listings or choose remote from the “all offices” drop-down menu at the top of the page.

7. Nagwa

Nagwa, a technology company based in the U.K. and Egypt, designs educational services to engage students in learning. Remote opportunities are also available in the U.S., both freelance and full-time. Job openings include opportunities for video producers, writers, salespeople and more, though benefits aren’t listed online.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Nagwa Jobs:

There isn’t a way to search the company’s job listings, so scroll through the list and look for “remote” in the job title.

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: July 6, 2019
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