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When you live with chronic illness, disability or a mental health condition, there’s often a lot to be said about routine — it can reduce stress, keep you organized and add a sense of structure to your days.

Mighty contributor Rachel Hill explained in her article, “4 Ways to Get Back in a Healthy Routine After the Holidays With Chronic Illness,” that routine can also be critical for self-care and making sure your basic needs are met. Hill wrote:

Getting myself back into a healthy routine is crucial in order to keep my health on track when living with mental and physical health conditions. It’s easy to slip into long-term poor eating habits, getting used to less exercise and going to bed much later, but all of these things can be really detrimental.

Many people also find a sense of routine through work, even if you’re working from home. Having a set schedule to fire up your computer and get busy at the same time each day may be an important part of helping you stay on track, whatever that might look like for you.

Mighty contributor Daphnée L. shared how work helps her maintain routine in her article, “The Job Roles That Helped Improve My Mental Health.”

“My psychiatrist once said that too much freedom and flexibility can be stressful in some way,” she wrote. “Having a routine is good for emotional stability, and I definitely believe work provides structure and balance in my life.”

If you’re hoping to make work part of your routine, here are seven companies with remote opportunities available you can apply for now:

1. Education First

Want to help expand our global society? Education First’s mission is to teach people around the globe other languages and create cultural learning experiences. Like the 114 countries the company currently serves, its job opportunities, including teaching positions, are also available around the globe. Part-time employees can set their own schedule, work from home and are eligible for paid vacation.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Education First Jobs:

From the company’s job search page, type “remote” into the “search by job title” keyword search box.

h/t FlexJobs

2. Magellan Health

Though Magellan Health has reach throughout the healthcare industry, the company is best-known as the arm of many insurance companies that handles mental health care. Magellan also has divisions that manage (and make decisions) about customers’ prescriptions and other health benefits. Magellan offers hired employees extensive health benefits and an employee assistance program that provides resources for people with disabilities and autism.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Magellan Health Jobs:

On Magellan’s job search page, type “remote” into the “search keywords” box to find additional openings.

3. The Hartford

The Hartford provides home, auto and business insurance as well as employee benefits to its customers. To make this happen, the insurance company relies on a workforce of both in-person and remote workers. Some positions have the option of remote work even if they’re listed as on location, so make sure to ask about this, and whether or not training can also be done remotely. Stated employee benefits include health insurance, paid time off and work-life balance flexibility.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Hartford Jobs:

You can search for additional remote jobs by typing “remote” into the keyword search box on the Hartford’s job search page.

4. Knack

Not to get too technical, but if you need a way to create your own database online, Knack can probably handle it. If you have a “knack” for this kind of digital work and are hired, the company is all-remote so you’ll always be able to work from home. In addition, according to its website, Knack employees are offered health insurance benefits and unlimited paid vacation.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Knack Jobs:

All of Knack’s jobs are remote, so scroll through the list of openings listed at the bottom of its career page.

5. Genius

Genius bills itself as the “world’s biggest encyclopedia of music,” and it needs guru music fiends to ensure that knowledge stays up-to-date. Not all of the platform’s jobs can be done remotely, so be sure to carefully check the job listings. Listed benefits for employees include health insurance, paid time off and a 401K plan, though it’s unclear if these benefits are also offered to part-time hires.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Genius Jobs:

There’s isn’t a way to search Genius’ job openings, so you’ll have to click on any that look interesting on the company’s careers page and read the job description to see if it can be done remotely.

6. Vitamin T

Like similar platforms that serve as a hub for freelancers, Vitamin T is all about connecting talented workers with clients in the creative fields. Open freelance opportunities range from script and book readers to graphic design, editing and marketing. Every open job opportunity is different, from whether you can work from home to the hours, benefits and length of contract, but the job postings are all easily searched.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Vitamin T Jobs:

On Vitamin T’s jobs page, type “remote” in the keyword search box and make sure you choose the filter that says “include remote” from the drop-down menu.

7. Peerspace

Peerspace is a little like Airbnb but for event and meeting spaces. Clients can book venues for workshops, film shoots and baby showers through the Peerspace platform from independent hosts. To make sure this process runs smoothly, Peerspace relies on in-person and remote employees. According to the company’s website, full-time benefits include health insurance, paid time off and a competitive salary.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Peerspace Jobs:

Use the “city” drop-down filter on Peerspace’s careers page and select “remote” to find other work-from-home jobs.

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: May 31, 2019
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