Virtual Vocations Q2 2022 Employer Partners Report - Flexible Remote Jobs

Flexible Remote Jobs: Q2 2022 Employer Partners Report

The Virtual Vocations Q2 Employer Partners Report for 2022 provides an overview of companies hiring for flexible remote jobs during the second quarter of the year. We share the top 15 companies hiring remote workers for work from home jobs, name new Employer Partners that joined our program during Q2, and list the top 10 states and career industries for fully remote jobs posted by our Employer Partners during April, May, and June.

Recruiting for Flexible Remote Jobs in 2022?

Virtual Vocations Employer Partner Program

Members of the Virtual Vocations Employer Partner Program are businesses and organizations that use our services and resources to connect their home-based or virtual job postings to millions of eager, experienced remote jobseekers in approximately 40 career fields ranging from human services and data entry to investigations and social media. During 2021, Virtual Vocations Employer Partners posted more than 850 remote job openings to the Virtual Vocations job board, equaling more than 20% growth in Employer Partner hiring for the year.

Become a Virtual Vocations Employer Partner

New Employer Partner Program members must undergo a vetting process to ensure the business meets Virtual Vocations’ quality standards. Once approved for the program, Employer Partners enjoy benefits like the following:

Free job postings on approved telecommute jobs
Ability to submit jobs individually or through feeds
Employer Dashboard to easily manage remote job listings
Access to application tracking stats like CTR and views
Features that allow applicants to apply by email or direct company link
Posted jobs featured in email alerts to more than 500,000 remote jobseekers
Permanent Company Profile page researched and written by Virtual Vocations staff
Dedicated account manager to assist with hiring needs
Immediate registration and job submissions access

Q2 Employer Partners for 2022—Flexible Remote Jobs

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“With another successful quarter of remote hiring achieved, remote jobseekers can feel confident about their job searches throughout summer and moving into fall. During Q2, 47 Employer Partner companies added 146 flexible remote job postings directly to our database. These businesses, which are headquartered throughout the U.S. and internationally, hired across a wide range of remote career industries, including education, information technology, engineering, sales, and healthcare.

In June, our Employer & Business Partnerships and Career Services divisions teamed up to host another remote work webinar. Our focus was on the importance of “Staying Connected, Remotely: Communicating Well In A Virtual Environment.” We discussed how jobseekers can maintain both professional and non-work connections while working from home, highlighted the top apps for communicating and managing projects, and outlined ways to better communicate with remote managers.”

—Erin Feldman, Remote Employer & Business Partnerships Specialist

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Remote Work Statistics from Q2 Employer Partners Hiring for Flexible Remote Jobs

The following Q2 remote jobs statistics showcase the diversity of flexible remote jobs. Jobseekers don’t have to choose between working from home and earning a competitive wage. They also don’t have to settle for an onsite role to thrive in a career long-term. In 2022, professionals can succeed in their careers and work remotely in positions that not only suit their experience and skills but also cultivate the flexible lifestyle they desire.

  • 97.95% were fully remote jobs; 2.05% with onsite stipulations do not require field travel but may require an annual onsite meeting or training.
  • 73.29% were remote jobs for experienced jobseekers, compared to 19.86% for entry-level professionals.73.66% of job postings were permanent roles, compared to 20.98% of job postings categorized as openings for independent contractors.
  • 67.12% required a bachelor’s degree or some college.
  • 64.38% were full-time remote roles.
  • 60.96% were for permanent remote jobs.
  • 49.32% were posted by 100% virtual companies.
  • 19.86% were remote jobs for entry-level jobseekers.
  • 14.89% of Employer Partners that posted remote job openings during Q2 of 2022 are headquartered internationally in the following countries: Canada, England, Scotland, Germany, Denmark, Taiwan, and Australia. The majority of U.S.-based Employer Partners are headquartered in California, Massachusetts, and Colorado.
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CEO’s Statement on Flexible Remote Jobs

“Fully remote candidates were in high demand for flexible remote jobs during Q2. More than 60,000 total remote job openings were posted to our job board during the second quarter of the year. Our team researched and screened an average of 20,050 remote job postings each month from April through June. We pride ourselves on doing the frontline work so that jobseekers can enjoy a safer, easier, and more effective job search.

Especially since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, more workers than ever before are searching for flexibility. They want greater freedom when it comes to handling life’s ups and downs, which means they don’t want to leave home to go to work. Our most recent survey, which polled more than 500 professionals on what they want from their careers, found that 94% of workers prefer 100% remote jobs. When jobseekers utilize our job board and career services during their job search, they know they are taking valuable, actionable steps toward finding and landing the fully remote job they want.”

—Laura Spawn, Virtual Vocations CEO & Co-Founder

Top 15 Employer Partners for Q2 of 2022

Employer Partners were ranked according to the number of remote job postings they published to the Virtual Vocations job board during Q2. These top 15 Employer Partners for April, May, and June were responsible for 70.55% of all Employer Partner job postings for the quarter. If you are a jobseeker searching for permanent remote jobs and hybrid work, this list of top remote-enabled Employer Partners for the quarter is a great place to begin.

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Our top 15 list below includes each business’s headquarters location as well as a hyperlink to each Employer Partner’s Virtual Vocations Company Profile. These researched profiles feature valuable job search details like the company’s mission and overview, links to the company’s website, social media profiles, and RSS feed, as well as insight into what it’s like to work remotely for that employer and a list of any currently available remote job postings from that business.

1. Study.com (Mountain View, California)

2. Agilent Technologies (Santa Clara, California)

3. Virbela (La Jolla, California)

4. Littera Education Inc. (Wappingers Falls, New York)

5. Achieve Test Prep (Wayne, New Jersey)

6. StudySmarter (Munich, Germany)

7. TTEC Holdings, Inc. (Englewood, Colorado)

8. EK Health Services, Inc. (San Jose, California)

9. Incsub, LLC (Melbourne, Australia)

10. Scopic Software (Rutland, Massachusetts)

11. IMPACT Branding & Design (New Haven, Connecticut)

12. Boldly (New York, New York)

13. Patriot Software, LLC (Canton, Ohio)

14. CXT Software (Phoenix, Arizona)

15. NexRep (Portland, Maine)

12 New Employer Partners Added During Q2 of 2022

The second quarter of 2022 marked 12 new memberships to our Employer Partner Program. The companies outlined below, which all became new Virtual Vocations partners in April, May, or June, are listed in order of when they became Employer Partner program members during the quarter. Our new Employer Partners list includes details about each company’s core business mission or services and a hyperlink to each Employer Partner’s Virtual Vocations Company Profile.

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1. The Links Guy (Glasgow, Scotland)

The Links Guy is a digital advertising and public relations firm that supplies businesses with customized marketing strategies utilizing link building and search engine optimization. The company cultivates a dynamic, results-oriented work culture. The Links Guy offers employees working autonomy and opportunities for professional development.

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2. Academic Analytics, LLC (Charlotte, North Carolina)

Academic Analytics, LLC is a higher education assessment organization. The company provides colleges and universities with data-based reviews and strategic methods for faculty improvements. Academic Analytics cultivates a fast-paced, team-oriented work culture as well as encourages employee collaboration and outside-the-box thinking.

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3. NexRep (Portland, Maine)

For more than a decade, NexRep has served as a virtual contact outsourcing company. The company provides clients with scalable customer service solutions in the form of vetted contact center professionals and sales representatives. NexRep cultivates a fast-paced, results-focused work environment. It values employee consistency, reliability, and interpersonal skills.

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4. Building for Mission (Lorton, Virginia)

Building For Mission is a strategy consulting firm that helps businesses and non-profits attract and retain high-end talent, build cohesive teams, and provide ongoing training and coaching for employees. Headquartered in Virginia, Building for Mission is a start-up company with a collaborative work environment. This company values employee integrity and emotional intelligence.

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5. Patriot Software, LLC (Canton, Ohio)

Patriot Software, LLC is a financial software development firm. The company’s platform provides clients with scalable accounting, bookkeeping, and payroll management options. Patriot Software is a fast-growing Ohio company with a friendly, team-oriented atmosphere. This company offers employees flexibility and autonomy through remote work as well as paid vacations, wellness perks, retirement benefits, and opportunities for growth and development.

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6. CXT Software (Phoenix, Arizona)

CXT Software, which is a 100% virtual business, is a logistics software development company. Its platform provides clients in the supply chain industry with tools for shipping management, tracking, and large-scale enterprise planning. CXT Software cultivates a fun and collaborative fully remote workplace. The company does require that all workers operate from a suitable working location with reliable high-speed internet and no distractions.

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7. Pacston Technology Group (Taipei City, Taiwan)

Pacston Technology Group is an IT consulting and solutions firm. The company helps clients implement AI-based infrastructure to create more efficient processes and workflows. Pacston Technology Group cultivates a detail-focused, results-oriented work culture. This organization values employee problem-solving and multitasking.

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8. Synthesis (Los Angeles, California)

Founded in 1991, Synthesis is a digital education company. It provides children ages six to 14 with online learning opportunities through complex, collaborative games, and simulations. Synthesis cultivates a flexible, results-focused work atmosphere. This company offers employees a healthy work-life balance.

9. Annie Yang Financial Corporation (Boston, Massachusetts)

Launched this year, Annie Yang Financial Corporation is the newest employer on our top 15 list. This financial advisory firm helps individuals find ways to save money and invest their savings to consistently grow in value. Annie Yang Financial is another of our 100% virtual Employer Partner Program members. The company encourages team members to work autonomously and share new ideas.

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10. Ad Astra Inc. (Silver Spring, Maryland)

Maryland-based Ad Astra Inc. is a woman-owned business that values diversity in the workplace. As a translation company, Ad Astra provides corporate clients and government agencies with interpretation and localization services. The company offers opportunities for growth and leadership and easily supports remote working for employees who would rather be home-based.

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11. Fairwords Inc. (Longmont, Colorado)

Fairwords Inc. is a software development company specializing in building AI-powered communications protection software. The company also helps determine the efficacy of HR and compliance programs. Fairwords focuses on creating a supportive work environment and encourages a remote lifestyle for the productivity, flexibility, and happiness of its staff. Staff salaries are competitive and depend on geography, experience, and education.

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12. Method, Inc. (Charlotte, North Carolina)

Method, Inc. d/b/a Method.com is a design and engineering consultancy. The company provides clients with digital development services, including product design, user experience optimization, and brand growth. Method fosters a collaborative, results-oriented work environment. This organization values employee flexibility and the ability to learn quickly.

Top 10 States for Flexible Remote Jobs

Among all job postings published to the Virtual Vocations job board during Q2, most were for remote jobseekers living in these states. Explore the Virtual Vocations Remote Work Resources by State Directory to learn more about working from home in your state or click any of the hyperlinked state names below to learn more about remote work options in those locations including companies hiring remote workers.

1. Florida

2. Texas

3. South Carolina

4. Georgia

5. North Carolina

6. Pennsylvania

7. Virginia

8. Indiana

9. Delaware

10. Missouri

Top 10 Job Categories for Remote Flexible Jobs

Virtual Vocations posts remote job openings across nearly 40 career fields. From April through June, most remote vacancies shared by our Employer Partners represented these 10 job industries.

1. Writing

In-Demand Remote Writing Job Titles:

2. Management

In-Demand Remote Management Job Titles:

3. Information Technology

In-Demand Remote Information Technology Job Titles:

4. Sales

In-Demand Remote Sales Job Titles:

5. Education

In-Demand Remote Education Job Titles:

6. Administrative

In-Demand Remote Administrative Job Titles:

7. Customer Service

In-Demand Remote Customer Service Job Titles:

8. Engineering

In-Demand Engineering Job Titles:

9. Marketing

In-Demand Remote Marketing Job Titles:

10. Healthcare

In-Demand Remote Healthcare Job Titles:

Contact Information for the “Flexible Remote Jobs: 2022 Q2 Employer Partners Report”

Inquiries about the Virtual Vocations Q2 report for 2022 on companies hiring for flexible remote jobs can be made to Kimberly Back, Senior Job Data Content Producer, at kim (at) virtualvocations (dot) com.

Please visit Virtual Vocations social media profiles on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, and Pinterest for additional remote work content and conversations.

Image credits: Canva; Virtual Vocations images by Kimberly Back



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