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20. Broadpath Healthcare Solutions

Broadpath offers technology and other services for health care providers and health insurers, in government and the private sector.

There are work-from-home opportunities in sales and marketing, customer care, claims and administration. Broadpath promises a flexible work arrangement with great hours, plus training and advancement.

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Broadpath has work-from-home opportunities in customer care and other areas.

19. Kaplan

you have a kid at home who's getting ready to take the SAT or another big standardized test, you know Kaplan. The company offers test preparation , as well as online higher education and professional training.

The company has telework opportunities in human resources, marketing and sales, academic administration, finance, customer service and operations.

New York, New York - January 26, 2016: Students prep for the New SAT at a Kaplan Test Prep center. Students hoping to attend US colleges will take a new version of the standardized test in March 2016.
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Kaplan made its name in the test-prep business.

18. Cactus Communications

This India-based company has long been known for the flexible work schedules provided to its U.S. employees. Cactus specializes in the pharmaceutical and medical device business, as well as in education.

For its commercial clients, the company offers editing and translation services and other communications help. It partners with numerous educational institutions to provide training, education and transcription services.

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17. Aetna

tna — the health insurer that pharmacy giant CVS wants to buy — has over 50,000 employees and offers its workforce a number of telecommunicating opportunities.

The company currently has remote jobs in sales, administration and human resources.

HARTFORD - SEPTEMBER 22: The Aetna world headquarters in downtown Hartford on September 22, 2011. Aetna is the third largest health insurance provider in the United States.
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Aetna is one of the largest health insurance companies.

16. Convergys

Convergys is a huge company that provides customer service and tech support, among other things. It has focused on offering employment for military spouses, though it has other telework opportunities.

The perks that come with Convergys remote jobs include medical coverage, college tuition reimbursement options and paid time off.

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Convergys has remote opportunities in customer service and tech support, among other things.

15. Williams-Sonoma

Williams-Sonoma is more than just that fancy kitchen-supply store you may have seen at the mall. The company has several other brands, including Pottery Barn and West Elm, and it has become one of the largest e-tailers in the world

Work-from-home employees have access to great flexible work options, a 401(k) plan and employee discounts. The telework opportunities are typically limited to sales and administration.

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You may have seen Williams-Sonoma at the mall — but the company has many remote, behind-the-scenes jobs.

14. UnitedHealth Group

This firm is really two companies: UnitedHealthcare, which provides health insurance benefits; and Optum, which offers health services technology.

UnitedHealth Group has some great flexible options for employees, including telework and part-time hours at the office. Employees receive health benefits, tuition reimbursement and paid time off.

MINNETONKA, MN/USA - August 13, 2015:  UnitedHealth Group headquarters building. HealthPartners is an integrated, nonprofit health care provider.
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UnitedHealth is a huge health insurer with many work-from-home opportunities.

13. Intuit

Intuit is the company behind financial software such as Quickbooks, Mint and TurboTax. It has been named a Forbes "Best Place to Work" for several years and is known for great benefits.

Those include flexible work arrangements and paid time off to volunteer. The company often looks to hire at least hundreds of employees from a single job posting.

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Intuit is known for financial software such as TurboTax.

12. Kelly Services

Kelly Services has been in the staffing industry for years and works with a variety of businesses in almost every single sector of the economy.

Kelly offers several flexible work-at-home options, for both freelancers and full-time employees.

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11. LanguageLine Solutions

LanguageLine Solutions specializes in helping non-English speakers. Its offerings include face-to-face, over-the-phone and video-conference interpreting and document translation services.

Though LanguageLine has flexible work arrangements, including field work and working from home, a strong candidate must be at least bilingual, if not trilingual.

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LanguageLine Solutions offers translation services online and by phone.

10. Working Solutions

Working Solutions was one of the first full remote-work companies, and since 1996 has offered great benefits for an at-home gig. Employees provide customer service in the energy, retail, communications, travel, financial and health care industries.

The company has more than 110,000 agents and continues to grow. The jobs are part time, full time and freelance.

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Working Solutions has 110,000 customer service agents who work from home.

9. Dell

Computer giant Dell has recently adopted telework options for its employees and executives. The company employs over 100,000 people worldwide and is known for its good compensation packages.

The perks for Dell's remote workforce include compressed workweek options and professional development opportunities.

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Dell is a computing giant that recently began to embrace remote work.

8. Sykes

Sykes was founded in 1977, and provides engineering, design and customer support services. It works with clients in the leisure, technology, financial, health care, communications and transportation sectors.

The company has embraced telework among its benefits, which also include medical coverage and professional development opportunities.

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7. Amazon

Would you like to work for the world's largest retailer? From e-books to furniture and even food, Amazon sells it all — and quickly and conveniently. It continues to grow and hire.

Amazon's has a workforce of almost 92,000 people, and many of them — in account management, customer service and retailing — work some part of their week at home.

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Many of Amazon's 92,000 workers do their jobs from home part of the time.

6. TTEC

TTEC is a U.S. outsourcing company that provides design, consulting techonology and other services for other firms. Currently, TTEC has customers in 80 countries.

It has more than 50,000 employees and boasts that over 20,000 of them work from home. TTEC has both part-time and full-time remote jobs.

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TTEC has customers in 80 countries around the world.

5. Liveops

Liveops is a company based in the cloud. It specializes in cloud contact centers and customer service solutions for a wide range of industries, including finance and technology.

The company has over 100,000 call center employees and has at-home jobs in customer service, health care, insurance, inbound sales and roadside assistance. It might be a good choice for those who love to chat on the phone!

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Liveops is a work-from-home company in the cloud computing space.

4. Rev

Rev is a technology startup that has embraced the mantra that professionals should work at home. It quickly has become a great option for those who are looking for a stable freelancing career.

The company hires a number of freelancers who do a variety of tasks such as: converting audio to text; translating business documents; and providing certified translations for government documents.

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Rev says it provides its freelance workforce with both flexibility and stability.

3. Conduent

Conduent is an information technology and services powerhouse that separated from Xerox in 2016. It works with many big-name companies and has put an emphasis on work done from home.

There are numerous remote job opportunities at Conduent, based on your location and your time zone.

SANTA ANA, CA/USA - APRIL 16, 2016: Xerox regional headquarters office. Xerox Corporation is an American corporation that sells business services and document technology products.
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Conduent is an information technology and services company that was spun off from Xerox.

2. Appen

Appen works with various Fortune 500 companies and major technology firms to improve their websites and otherwise give customers a better experience.

The company's home base is in Australia, but Appen also operates in the U.S. and elsewhere. It has over 400,000 employees who enjoy flexible hours and great benefits working remotely, on a contract basis.

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1. VIPKID

Founded in 2013, VIPKID is a English language learning service backed by some of the top venture capital firms on the U.S. West Coast. It offers one-on-one English instruction to young children overseas that makes learning a language fun.

All VIPKID teachers work from home, with an ability to make their own schedules as a part-time employee or freelancer.

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VIPKID makes learning English fun for its young students.