35 Companies Hiring Part-Time Remote Work Now

The summer can be an interesting time for workers. While many are planning their next vacation or spending as much time in the sun as possible, for others these can be a time of stress. For those who spend the rest of the year in school or in a specialized job, this can be a time for securing a part-time job.

Flexjobs has compiled a list of the top 35 companies hiring part-time, remote jobs – perfect for workers looking to earn a little extra cash during these summer months. And according to Flexjobs, this list is based on an analysis of over 40,000 companies and their part-time telecommuting job posting histories in FlexJobs’ database during the first six months of 2016.

1. Edmentum

2. About.com

3. Appen

4. Connections Education

5. Chamberlain School of Nursing

6. Shuttershock

7. EGS (Expert Global Solutions)

8. Brigham Young University Idaho – BYUI

9. Grand Canyon University

10. DVMelite

11. AbilTo

12. Sitel

13. Walden University

14. Rosetta Stone

15. Worldwide101

16. Robert Half International

17. Direct Interactions

18. Active Network

19. Operator

20. VIPDesk Connect

21. Maritz CX

22. Lionbridge

23. Supporting Strategies

24. LanguageLine Solutions

25. LiveOps

26. Indiana Wesleyan University – IWU

27. International Knowledge Measurement

28. ActivEngage

29. Study.com

30. VocoVision

31. Hilton Worldwide

32. Konsus

33. Social Career Page, LLC

34. Xerox

35. Elevate K-12

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