Top 10 Companies Offering Remote Jobs in 2022

Although people are returning to work in the office, the option of remote work remains high and is expected to continue growing.

The share of jobs that explicitly say workers can be distanced has nearly tripled from pre-pandemic times, rising from around 4% in 2019 to nearly 12% of jobs in 2022, according to ZipRecruiter data..

According to the job search platform, some earlier growth is now reversing as people resume in-person activities, particularly in education, tourism, agriculture, and sports and recreation jobs. Remote roles in business, arts and entertainment, finance and insurance have stabilized over the past two years.

But elsewhere, remote opportunities are growing rapidly: Jobs in technology, law, engineering, and science are well-suited to remote work, and organizations — especially in healthcare, financial services and technology – continue to deliver.

Here are the top 10 companies hiring for the largest share of remote jobs on ZipRecruiter in 2022:

  1. Anthem: 60,445 telework identified this year
  2. CBRE: 51,304 remote jobs recorded this year
  3. USAA: 42,311 remote jobs recorded this year
  4. Principal one: 36,336 remote jobs listed this year
  5. Cerebral: 34,526 remote jobs recorded this year
  6. Changing healthcare: 30,602 telework recorded this year
  7. Meta: 29,052 remote jobs recorded this year
  8. SAP: 282.62 telework recorded this year
  9. Chronos: 25,965 telework recorded this year
  10. Select Quote: 25,799 remote jobs recorded this year

According to data from ZipRecruiter, over 60% of job seekers expect to find remote opportunities. And a similar share, 56%, of full-time American workers — more than 70 million people — say their work can be done remotely from home, according to Gallup.

Women are more likely than men to prefer remote work, and Black, Asian American and Latino workers are more likely than their white peers to want the setup, according to ZipRecruiter. Workplace experts have said throughout the pandemic that greater adoption of flexible work arrangements could help boost companies’ diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.

Since the start of 2022, workers say Covid concerns are becoming less and less of a reason for wanting to work remotely, but the desire to save on travel costs has increased dramatically. The typical job seeker would even take a 14% pay cut for working remotely, with younger workers and high earners willing to give up flexibility even further.

Looking ahead, Gallup estimates that 55% of jobs in the future will be done in a hybrid setup, and 22% will be done entirely remotely, nearly three times the share of exclusively remote jobs available before the pandemic. It predicts that only 23% of work will be done exclusively from a job site, compared to 60% of work done solely in person in 2019.


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