45 Top Fully Remote Jobs You Can Apply for in July 2024

Some of the most remote-friendly companies include Microsoft, Nvidia, and Stripe. They're all hiring now.

One might argue that return-to-office mandates don’t work, since they fail to boost productivity and they hurt workers. Talk to some executives in C-suites across the nation, however, and you just might hear another story.

A recent survey found that 25% of VP and C-suite executives say that they hoped for “some voluntary turnover during” a return to the office push. In other words, one in four executives want to push their workers towards leaving the company in order to downsize, and want to cut out remote work to force them out. Worse, that’s just the number of executives who’ll admit to this.

For huge swathes of hard-working employees, however, fully remote or hybrid job positions are the only option. Perhaps they’re caring for young children or elderly family members during all hours of the day, or maybe they have disabilities that prevent them from leaving their home.

Whatever the case, workplace flexibility is a core need for many, even beyond those who simply want to cut out their commute, wear pajamas all the time, or become digital nomads. The good news? You can still find plenty of companies happy to let you decide your own remote-working fate.

Here are the best companies offering work-from-home jobs in July 2024.


Microsoft is still the top dog when it comes to remote-friendly tech companies. They’re huge, they’re well-respected, and they’ve actually maintained their reputation for putting fully remote workers first. That’s a sharp contrast to companies like Google or Zoom, both of which have pushed for their workers to largely move to physical offices in recent years, marking a reversal of their previous policies.

You might be drawn to Microsoft for its AI investments, which range from the Copilot chatbot and partnerships with OpenAI to bet-hedging investment in startups like Mistral AI. Whatever the case, Microsoft has plenty of open positions.

Here’s a look at just a few job openings that the company has open now, among the 934 fully remote jobs listed on its careers portal as July 2024 dawns:

  • Senior Software Engineer (Redmond, WA, US)
  • Senior Architect (Redmond, WA, US)
  • Data Scientist (Multiple locations, US)
  • Customer Experience Program Manager (Multiple locations, Germany)
  • Microsoft Technical Trainer – Data & AI (Madrid, Spain)
  • Hardware Analyst and Planner (Redmond, WA, US)
  • Product Manager (Atlanta, GA, USA)
  • Software Engineering Lead (Dublin, Ireland)
  • Principal Software Engineering Manager (Bucharest, Romania)

Visit the Microsoft careers page yourself for even more positions that might be a fit for you.


The past few years have been great for payments companies like Stripe, and Stripe has been great for remote-friendly work policies.

The company has deals with tech giants like Wix and the “Buy Now, Pay Later” service Affirm. Just last year, Stripe even became the first payment company to provide Tap to Pay on Android. Through it all, they’ve stayed remote friendly: As company cofounder and president John Collison told Fortune last year, about “30% or 40%” of the company were remote at the time.

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We often include the geographic location where a position is based out of, both so you’ll know if the timezone is a fit and so you can look for a position near you in case the company expects you to come in on occasion. However, Stripe doesn’t even list a location for its fully remote positions beyond “Remote in United States” — potentially a strong signal that they won’t try to shift your position to a hybrid or in-office role down the road.

As long as you’re in the US, this handful of the job titles currently open at the company could be for you. We even put them in alphabetical order, for those of you who want job listings in the format of an “ABCs”-style nursery rhyme:

  • Account Executive, Digital Natives
  • Backend API Engineer, Risk Product Experience
  • Customer Success Manager
  • Data Analyst
  • Enterprise Risk Manager
  • Financial Crimes Risk Assessment Lead
  • Growth Marketing Manager
  • Head of AMER Card Networks Partnerships
  • Incident Response Manager

You can read more details about these positions and many more over on the Stripe jobs portal.


It’s a top ecommerce website builder with the name-recognition to make it appealing to a hungry tech worker hoping to build a resume. It’s also a remote-first company that has appeared on our monthly remote job-roundups plenty of times in the past.

You can check out our own Shopify review on this site if you need more information. Suffice it to say, the company needs tech workers to keep its software up to a high industry standard, and they’re looking for fully remote employees: Every single open position is a remote one. Geographic locations aren’t even listed, beyond general terms like “Americas” or “EMEA.”

The company isn’t huge, but does have 60 remote roles open currently, which offers a lot to chose from. Here are a few of your options:

  • Software Engineer
  • Recruiter
  • Product Marketing Lead
  • State & Local Tax Manager
  • B2B Performance Marketing Manager
  • Product Pricing Lead
  • Product Management
  • Sales Development Manager
  • UX Designers
  • Applied Machine Learning

Check out more available remote jobs at the Shopify career page to learn more.


When the job search gets tough for everyone, why not land a job at a huge job-search platform like Indeed? I can only assume this is the white collar equivalent of selling shovels during a gold rush.

Jokes aside, though, this company is another one with a strong track record in supporting its remote employee base: The company named itself as the 17th best remote work company in 2024, which is low enough on the list that I’ll give them a pass for rating themselves. They’re hiring fully remotely across many different departments, and, once again, they don’t list geographic locations, which signals their dedication to a remote-first work environment.

That said, there is one downside: Indeed has a smaller team in comparison to tech-world giants like Google or Microsoft, so the total number of currently open roles hovers around just a little over a dozen. Here are a few to get you started:

  • Sr. National Account Manager
  • Senior Marketing Specialist (Mobile App)
  • Associate Marketing Data Scientist
  • Security Software Engineer
  • Senior IT Compliance Analyst
  • Marketing Data Scientist
  • Senior Security Software Engineer
  • Corporate Counsel – Product

You can track down more remote positions at the careers page now — complete with salary ranges.


The fact that this $1 trillion AI company is fully avoiding the “back to the office” mentality that’s plaguing the tech industry tells you everything you need to know about the value of working remotely. Plus, with north of 26,000 employees worldwide, the organization has plenty of space for ambitious employees to work their way up the corporate ladder.

The company enjoyed a Fortune feature last year contrasting its remote-friendly policies with opposing stances from other tech companies like Amazon or Meta. The mandate to allow Nvidia employees to work remotely indefinitely appears to still be in effect: The company website lists about 100 remote positions around the globe.

Here, we’ve rounded up some remote positions in the US that are currently open to applicants:

  • Senior Account Manager – Financial Services (NY, US)
  • Software Engineer, Nsight Systems Machine Learning (TX, Austin, US)
  • Senior Software Systems Engineer, Identity and Zero Trust (US, CA)
  • Account Manager, Manufacturing – Humanoid Robotics (US, CA)
  • Solutions Architect, Telco Infrastructure (WA, US)
  • Data Scientist, Autonomous Vehicle Infrastructure Analytics (WA, US)
  • Senior Graphics Software Engineer (CO, US)
  • Product Manager, Image Processing Software (OR, US)
  • GPU Developer Advocate (FL, US)

For more information on each role, check out the full careers page here.

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