6 Work-From-Home Jobs Available This March

Hannah Olson
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Updated March, 5, 2020. An earlier version of this article included a job listing for the company Zapier, but it has since been removed at the request of a Zapier representative.

It can be incredibly difficult to manage a full-time job when your chronic illness or disability is a job on its own. I learned this first hand when I was forced to leave my dream job as my treatment for Lyme disease required me to be on an IV for six hours a day, which was not compatible with a traditional 9-5 job. Although my mind and ambition were perfectly intact, the disease prevented me from physically working in an office. I began to worry that there was no place for someone like me in the American workforce. It was not designed for people who live with an illness or disability.

So, I became determined to change that. Last year, I founded Chronically Capable, a platform that connects individuals living with chronic illness and disability to flexible work opportunities. We’ve been in beta since May, but officially launched our platform in late February, and we’re so excited to bring together our community with employers committed to changing the workforce with us.

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I encourage you to sign up, create a profile and join us in proving to employers that our community is capable of being instrumental parts of the workforce. Please feel free to reach out anytime, as we’re here to support you in landing your dream job.

On that note, I’d love to share seven remote work opportunities with you:

1. LiveOps

Interested in starting your own business from home? A “provider of freedom and autonomy,” LiveOps provides virtual, flexible independent contractor agents to Fortune 500 Companies to assist in fulfilling their goals and the business needs of their customers. Empowered by flexible, self-selected schedules, independent contractor agents have the freedom and autonomy to work around the competing priorities in their lives, controlling their earning potential while creating a business of their own.

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.

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2. VIPKid

Educators who live with chronic illness and disability often struggle to find flexible teaching gigs. VIPKid allows you to earn money while inspiring young minds — all from the comfort of home and on your schedule. Work when you want, where you want — with no commitment or minimum hours. Earn a flexible income through VIPKid and make an impact in a child’s life — and your own!

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote VIPKidJobs:

First sign up to create an account with VIPKid. Then answer some basic questions and you’ll be on your way to learning more about teaching online with VIPKid.

3. Democracy Works

Interested in getting involved in politics from the comfort of your home? Democracy Works is a team of software developers, public policy wonks and civic organizers building the tools needed to upgrade the infrastructure of our democracy. With a remote-friendly approach, Democracy Works fosters a culture that promotes inclusivity and is sensitive to the realities of working beyond their main office in Brooklyn, New York.

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The Details:

  • Position open right now: Associate

  • Location/s: U.S.

How To Find Other Remote Democracy Works Jobs:

Visit the company’s careers page and browse open job opportunities. They will also be updating their employer profile on Chronically Capable with their latest openings.

4. Later

Marketing gurus: take notice! Later has become the No. 1 visual marketing platform for Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest, with over 2 million users globally. Based in Vancouver, Canada, the company gives employees the opportunity to work from their HQ or remotely. They offer a range of remote jobs, from customer experience to engagement to marketing.

The Details:

  • Position open right now: Content Writer

  • Location/s: Vancouver, Canada, or remote

How To Find Other Remote Later Jobs:

There is not a way to filter your results, but the majority of the jobs on Later’s career page have the option to be remote.

5. Pearson

The world of education is changing rapidly, and the digital revolution is reshaping how we live and how we learn. Pearson is constantly evolving to help people everywhere gain access to the learning they need. This is a great opportunity to work part-time from home, with a weekly requirement of 8-19 hours.

The Details:

  • Position open right now: Statistics Tutor, as well as other subjects

  • Location/s: Anywhere worldwide

How To Find Other Remote Pearson Jobs:

Visit the careers page and filter the jobs by “remote.” There are several remote jobs that range from part-time to full-time opportunities.

6. Wonder

Wonder is all about providing research to businesses. Described as “the future of knowledge,” research analysts are tasked with specific projects and work on their own schedule, from anywhere. Are you a master Googler? This job may be the perfect fit for you. However, because it’s a contractor position, you likely won’t qualify for benefits.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Wonder Jobs:

Currently, Wonder only has research positions, so make sure to sign up and complete the five-minute application to land your next research kids.

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

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

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