6 Part-Time Remote Companies That Are Hiring Now

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Working outside of the home might not be practical for everyone in need of additional income. A remote job, especially one that’s flexible with its hours, can be an excellent source of cash.

Thankfully, more and more employers are offering part-time remote job opportunities. Here are six companies that are hiring right now.

6 Part-Time Remote Job Opportunities

The following jobs are 100% remote, meaning they all require working online.

1. ThinkCERCA

ThinkCERCA is an educational website for school-aged kids. They’re currently hiring energetic and imaginative individuals to write cross-curricular science, math and literacy lessons. There are positions open for online instructors as well. These roles may be a good fit for individuals with access to high-speed internet and experience teaching math and science. Writers can apply on the ThinkCERCA website.

Pay rate: Not listed

2. LegalProofs

LegalProofs needs transcriptionists who can listen to an audio file and type the text in a specific format. They accept all education levels and backgrounds, and legal familiarity is not necessary to become a general LegalProofs transcriptionist. Requirements include excellent U.S. English grammar, good attention to detail and the ability to use templates and follow guidelines. Those who are interested can submit an application on the LegalProofs website.

Pay rate: $9 to $29 per hour

3. Equivity

Equivity is looking for part-time executive assistants experienced in a wide range of administrative duties, from project coordination to preparing expense reports. Executive assistants will be supporting C-level executives.  Applicants can apply directly on the Equivity website.

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Pay rate: $18 per hour

Good To Know

Subscribing to a site such as Remote.co to receive remote job listings via email can help remote job seekers continue the search. Alternatively, job seekers can get a paid subscription to FlexJobs to find a vetted part-time remote job position.

4. ModSquad

ModSquad is hiring customer support positions for several different clients in various industries, from gaming to financial services. According to its website, working as a “Mod,” as they call customer support staffers, is suitable for students, retirees, stay-at-home parents and moonlighters. Mods chat with customers, manage communities and moderate web content for many of the “world’s coolest brands” — PBS Kids and the NFL are two notable examples. Apply to become a Mod on the ModSquad website.

Pay rate: Not listed

5. Varsity Tutors

Varsity Tutors is looking for online tutors for a variety of subjects. They require prior teaching, mentoring experience or credentials, so this would be an ideal remote, part-time gig for teachers or former teachers. Tutors are paired with students in their areas of expertise. They can work as much or as little as they want. Tutors can apply on the Varsity Tutors site.

Pay rate: $15 per hour

6. 6ya

6ya is an app that provides expert help on practically any topic in a matter of seconds. They are looking for Tech Support Experts to help customers over the phone who are struggling with technical issues. They hire experts of all types, from appliance and auto repair experts to veterinarians. Apply to become an Expert on the 6ya site.

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Pay rate: $15 to $18 per hour


These are merely a sample of the part-time remote jobs currently available. It might take some time for job seekers to find something suitable that’s both part-time and remote, but there are now more remote job opportunities than ever. Most remote work will require a computer, often with minimum hardware requirements, and reliable internet service.


Here are answers to some of the more commonly asked questions about part-time remote work.
  • What is a good job to work remotely?
    • Any job that can be performed online from a computer is a good job to work remotely. The list has gotten quite extensive on the types of jobs that fit the bill, including:
      • — Data entry
      • — Transcription
      • — Tech support
      • — Customer service
      • — Web design
      • — Social media management
  • What jobs allow you to travel and work remotely?
    • Any of the jobs mentioned above could allow for working remotely while traveling. Most remote jobs are not dependent on an employee's location so long as there are no requirements for in-person interaction with clients or other workers. However, remote workers who travel must ensure they have a reliable computer and internet access if those are necessary to complete their job duties.
  • Is it okay to work two remote jobs?
    • It is fine to work two or more remote jobs as long as they don't interfere with one another and all job requirements are being fulfilled.
    • Multiple jobs should not be worked during the exact same hours. In other words, someone with two 20-hour-per-week jobs should technically be working 40 hours per week.

Information is accurate as of May 6, 2022. Some positions listed may no longer be available.

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