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7 Jobs Available This June You Can Do from Home

Hannah Olson
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Hey there! My name is Hannah and I’m the founder of Chronically Capable, a platform that connects people with chronic illnesses and disabilities to flexible remote work opportunities. I started this business because I, like many of you, suffer from chronic illness, and I know how hard it can be to find employers who will accommodate your needs.

We had an exciting month at Chronically Capable, and brought on some amazing employers you might know. Hint: You may see WhatsApp and Postmates on our website these days. We’ve also seen large tech companies like Twitter announce their permanent WFH (work from home) plans. This is huge progress for our community, as many companies will likely follow suit. #RemoteWork isn’t the future people — it’s the NOW!

I’m working around the clock to ensure that our community has enough meaningful (and stable!) work opportunities that can be done from your home, on a schedule that’s convenient for your unique needs. On that note, I’d love to share seven available remote work opportunities available this June.

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1. WhatsApp

At Facebook and WhatsApp, you’ll have the opportunity to work with great people, tackle big challenges, and make a real impact — while being your unique, authentic self at work. Supporting its employees is a core part of how WhatsApp does business. WhatsApp has created an official employer profile on Chronically Capable, and has over 45 job postings on the site.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote WhatsApp Jobs:

To view more openings, visit the employer page on Chronically Capable.

2. Postmates

I order food delivery multiple days a week. Who’s with me?! Postmates is transforming the way goods move around cities by enabling anyone to have anything delivered on-demand. They’re building the future, not just maintaining the status quo. Postmates is an inclusive employer on Chronically Capable and offers comprehensive health care benefits, wellness equity and more.

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The Details:

  • Position open right now: Data Scientist and more.
  • Location/s: Option to work remotely.

How To Find Other Remote Postmates Jobs:

Visit Postmates’ employer page on Chronically Capable to view its (flexible) open positions.

3. Wolf & Badger

Who here is an avid online shopper?! Wolf & Badger is a unique and award-winning multichannel retail platform. It is looking for personable and self-motivated individuals to join its fast-growing company. The company is 100% remote and is open to candidates from the U.S. or elsewhere. Learn more about the culture at Wolf & Badger here.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Wolf & Badger Jobs:

Visit Wolf & Badger’s careers page to view its open positions, and look for any labeled “remote.”

4. Wagmo

Pet lovers — this might be your dream company! Wagmo’s office is full of dog loving, fun and ambitious people who are on a mission to make pet parenting more accessible. At Wagmo, you’ll work hard all day long, but hang out with dogs while you do it. Wagmo provides a home office tech budget, generous health care coverage and even covers your pet wellness & insurance. To learn more about Wagmo, check out its Chronically Capable profile.

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The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Wagmo Jobs:

Visit the company’s careers page and browse open job opportunities. You can also find its updated positions on Chronically Capable.

5. Bandcamp

Music has been a HUGE help to me during my struggles with chronic illness (I have playlists for every mood). I’m pretty sure most people would LOVE working for a music- focused company! Bandcamp is a global music community where fans discover great music and directly support the artists who make it. Bandcamp staff are sprinkled throughout the world and all employees have a flexible time off policy, family leave, extensive health coverage and more.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Bandcamp Jobs:

Visit Bandcamp’s career page on Chronically Capable to see what’s available.

6. Wrike

Being sick can be very isolating. It’s even harder to stay connected while working remotely. Wrike helps team members connect with their coworkers no matter where they are. It brings out the best in teams by giving them a single digital workplace with all the tools and features needed to manage, automate and complete work at scale.  Wrike offers comprehensive benefits and a flexible work-from-home policy. To see its full list of benefits, check out the careers page.

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote Wrike Jobs:

There are many remote jobs on Wrike’s careers page, so click “remote” from the location menu to find them.

7. CircleCI

Calling all tech lovers: CircleCI makes software development faster, easier and better. Help innovative organizations ship tomorrow’s software today. The company has over 300 employees worldwide and supports a healthy, hybrid workforce. CircleCI covers health and wellness and offers the option to work remotely or from one of the CircleCI offices (post-COVID, obviously!).

The Details:

How To Find Other Remote CircleCI Jobs:

Visit CircleCI’s careers page and explore an opportunity that works best for you.

Want to learn more about Chronically Capable? Sign up and see what other job opportunities are available through its website.

 Are you an employer with available remote opportunities for qualified candidates? Contact news@themighty.com to have your listing posted in an upcoming edition of our monthly remote jobs roundup.

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