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Remote work has become more prevalent around the world since the pandemic. Many companies were forced to move to remote culture and while some have gone back to the office, most of those companies have remained remote.  If you’re considering remote work for the first time, there are several benefits. Rolling out of bed and into a meeting is one of them. Saving on your commute, having the freedom to take breaks throughout the day, and working from anywhere in the world are just a few more to consider. If you’ve already been accustomed to remote work and you’re looking for a new company, the following companies are remote friendly and hiring.


Mailchimp is an all-in-one marketing platform for small businesses. They empower millions of customers around the world to start and grow their business with their smart marketing technology, award-winning support, and inspiring content. They have a dedicated diversity and inclusion team and are very active in bringing in speakers, holding book clubs, promoting inclusive company culture, and so on. Their previous and current employees brag on their amazing benefits, fast pace, great people, inclusive and authentic culture. 


WeWork is a coworking space founded in 2010, with the vision to build inspiring spaces where people and companies come together, get inspired, and do their best work. Since opening their first location in New York City, they’ve grown into a global network of workspaces grounded in flexibility and community. People seem to report Wework as a great place to start your career and learn about the industry with relatively easy work with a decent pay rate. The experience seems to vary by manager but the remote work option is definitely a plus. 


Squarespace is a website building service that started in the founders dorm room in 2003. It has now grown to a team of over 1000 employees. Previously employees report that Squarespace offers opportunities for growth, great benefits, and autonomy in their job duties. As a growing company, Squarespace appears to be an optimal opportunity to explore a career with a creative, fun, and innovative team. 


Most of the world knows who Netflix is but if you don’t, they started out in 1997 as a company that rented DVDs by mail. Over twenty years later they are one of the top streaming service providers in the world. Whatever your taste, and no matter where you live, they give you access to best-in-class TV shows, movies and documentaries. Many say working at Netflix is a dream but we also know there is no perfect company. With a large learning curve and often demanding work schedules, Netflix can be a challenge for those new to the workforce. Their competitive salary and creative culture makes up for that and creates a home for many talented people looking for consistent and challenging work. 


Asana is a project management software company that powers businesses by organizing work in one connected space. More than 100,000 paying organizations and millions of teams worldwide use Asana to focus on the work that counts. Asana is looking for driven, collaborative, mission-minded people they can invest in and support their career growth. Employees at Asana love the culture and the unlimited PTO that they are encouraged to take. They love the collaborative environment and fair compensation. While Asana was remote for the majority of the pandemic, they will be returning to a hybrid culture this year. 

Good luck on your search! If you have any other companies you would recommend,

feel free to drop them in the comments!