Boulder, CO (PRWEB) April 02, 2014
FlexJobs has identified 20 work-from-home job titles that appear regularly as positions needing to be filled by employers. The list is based on job titles assigned to the thousands of work-from-home job listings that have been researched and screened by a team of trained job researchers at FlexJobs.
“When people think of work-from-home jobs, there is often a misconception that these jobs are either scams or limited in their professional scope. However, the growth of job opportunities that allow employees to telecommute from their home offices is happening in all career industries and career levels,” said Sara Sutton Fell, CEO of FlexJobs. “These 20 work-from-home job titles really shows the increasing variety of career options available for people who want to telecommute.”
The 20 popular job titles for work-from-home or telecommuting jobs, as identified by the research team, include:
3. Customer Service Representative
4. Sales Representative
6. Account Executive/Manager
7. Software Developer
8. Case Manager
9. Medical Coder
10. Adjunct Faculty
11. Systems Analyst
12. Program/Project Manager
13. UI/UX Designer
14. Travel Counselor
15. Insurance Adjuster
16. Graphic Designer
17. Bilingual Interpreter
18. SEO/Marketing Assistant
19. Director of Business Development
20. Marketing Manager
These job titles are listed in a range of career categories on FlexJobs, including Medical & Health, Education, Writing, Web & Software Development, Customer Service, Travel, Bilingual, Marketing, Consulting, Sales, and others. Companies in these and many other industries are identifying the benefits of telecommute options for their teams, and these employers are hiring with remote jobs in mind.
According to Global Workplace Analytics, telecommuting has grown almost 80 percent from 2005 to 2012, and this growth has been in a variety of different sectors. There has been 122 percent growth for state government, 87 percent growth for not-for-profit, 70 percent growth in for-profit, and 62 percent for local government. The federal sector has also grown, but the growth shown of 421 percent includes a large amount of telecommuting that happened in 2005-2006 surrounding Hurricane Katrina.
“With hundreds of hours spent each week researching thousands of job openings, these are the most commonly seen and posted job titles that offer telecommuting arrangements,” Jessica Howington, online job researcher and writer, stated. “But another trend that we continue to see is the overall variety in job titles that you wouldn’t expect. For example, recent jobs added include Clinical Development Analyst, Senior Vice President, Package Designer, and Implementation Engineer.”
For more information on this list, visit: http://www.flexjobs.com/blog/post/20-most-common-work-from-home-job-titles/.
FlexJobs is the leading online service for professionals seeking telecommuting, flexible schedule, part-time, and freelance jobs. With job listings in over 50 career categories and opportunities ranging from entry-level to executive, freelance to full-time, FlexJobs offers job seekers a safe, easy, and efficient way to find professional and legitimate flexible job listings. Having helped over a half million people in their job searches, FlexJobs has been featured on CNN, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Good Morning America, among hundreds of other trusted media outlets and is a proud partner in the 1 Million for Work Flexibility initiative.