Companies Hiring Remote or Home Workers Regularly related to Engineering

Every Engineer dreams of working from home. But the tough part is really finding legit companies which hire these Engineer home-job positions. Searching for the companies which primarily opt for remote engineer workers is hard when there are plenty of scams all over the internet. When I begun working from home, it took some time to realize and figure out which entities are authentic companies to apply for jobs.

Listed below are companies that employ engineers all year round. Each company has had pros and cons so it is best if you carry out your own personal research of each company and draw your own conclusion.

Brainfuse – This Company hires tutors to work with students online. The students are in the 3rd to 12th grade. The tutoring sessions are made available to the students every day of the week and the pay is about $10 for each tutoring session.

To work for Brainfuse , you have to send them your resume. If they are interested, they’ll email you back with instructions to get started on training. You’ll also be asked to send in some paperwork. If you get through their training and are hired, you can begin work.

Hubstaff is quickly becoming one of the leading solutions in the evolving time tracking space. They are a completely remote company with employees located across the globe. Due to Hubstaff's steady growth they are constantly hiring new employees to join their team. They are always on the look out for talented Software Engineers to join their passionate development team. Visit their website to view all current job openings. 

Enterprise Rent-a-Car – The positions open include claims processing, Customer Service Representatives, Sales Engineers, Field Marketing Managers, among others. Once on their careers page, just search using the terms ‘work from home’ and all the available opportunities will pop up.

Lifebushido – This company has clientele looking for virtual assistants. They then hire you to work as an independent contractor in that capacity carrying out various tasks that include making and receiving calls, logo creation, appointment setting and web design. The pay is said to be about $10 an hour. Lifebushido is building a global network of people working part-time from home with flexible hours using their unique talents.

Leapforce – This company hires people from several different countries to be search engine evaluators. You work as an independent contractor. Your feedback will help them improve the performance and results of the search engine they represent. The pay begins at $13 an hour. You need to take an exam that comes in two parts before you can be considered. As a Leapforce At Home independent agent, you will enjoy the freedom and flexibility to choose when and the amount of time you work, allowing you to balance your career, family and friends. Leapforce At Home provides an exciting home-based career opportunity where you can put your acute analytical skills to work, providing valuable feedback and critical insight for some of today's leading companies.

Open English– You get to teach English online to people who need to polish their English or to learn it as a second language.

Lastly, you may visit Indeed.com to look for  work at home Engineer Jobs

Jobs from Indeed
 

All these home jobs are in somewhat related to our field, Engineering.

Increasing numbers of companies turn to telecommuting.  Please do share in the comment section some companies that offer home jobs for Engineers.

Jomel

Jomel is an Online Engineer who works at home to generate extra income. He is one of your reliable guide to best and effective Business Lifestyle Strategies for Engineers

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