With today’s cutting edge technology the dream of being able to work from home has become a reality for 1 in 5 Americans, and that number continues to rise.  There has been a 105% increase in telecommuters since 2005.

I must warn readers to beware of scams, there are a plethora of them out there. If it seems too good to be true…it is! Do not fall prey to the get rich quick schemes. A legitimate job offer will not require paying any money upfront.

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The companies covered in this article are well-known companies, many have been around for decades. Most people are not even aware that working from home is even an option for these businesses. When compiling this list I wanted to provide job-seekers with a selection of trusted companies that have integrated telecommuting opportunities into their hiring practices.

  1. Apple– offers a great opportunity for At-Home Advisors.
  2. 3M– offers many different telecommuting positions.
  3. Dell– offers many remote positions around the nation.
  4. Xerox– currently employs more than 8,000 in-home employees.
  5. IBM– offers select opportunities to work from home.
  6. Convergys– offers thousands of work from home positions throughout the U.S.
  7. TeleTech– looking for educated and driven individuals to join our team of associates working from their homes located across the U.S.
  8. Salesforce– offers tons of remote employment opportunities around the globe.
  9. K12– offers various remote positions in education.
  10. American Express– offers a variety of virtual home-based positions across the U.S.

If you are considering a career working from home, these are all legitimate companies looking for people like yourself.

Lisa Crow contributed to this article. She is a travel writer and lifestyle blogger based in Waco, Texas. Lisa is the Head of Content at Gigi’s Ramblings and L&S Freelance Writers. She spends her free time traveling when she can and making memories with her large family that consists of six children and ten grandchildren.

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