10 fully remote jobs available now – Employee Benefit News

The pandemic pushed millions of workers to shift to a fully digital workplace. But some companies were remote before COVID even entered the picture — and they don’t plan on changing anytime soon.
By the end of 2022, 25% of all professional jobs in North America will be remote, according to the job search site Ladders. However, ResumeBuilder estimates that 90% of employers will require employees to come into the office at some point during the week in 2023. In other words, it may be harder to find a fully remote option in the new year.
That’s why Flexjobs put together a list of remote-first companies that are currently hiring across fields and industries. These companies were either remote before the pandemic or remote since their founding.
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“While the circumstances of the pandemic introduced many more people to the reality that remote work is a viable way to conduct business, there were already a number of companies whose entire workplace model was built on remote work,” says Kathy Gardner, vice president of communications at Flexjobs. “Remote-first means it’s part of the structural design from an operational standpoint.” 
Gardner advises that those committed to remote work for the long haul consider working at a remote-first company, where their preference is not only guaranteed but an inherent part of the company’s infrastructure and culture. 
Here are 10 remote-first companies currently hiring, according to Flexjobs.
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