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Top work-from-home companies include Xerox

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 08:02 a.m. HST, Jan 09, 2014

The companies most likely to hire for telecommuting jobs in the new year include Xerox, UnitedHealth Group, and Dell, according to FlexJobs.com, a website specializing in placing professionals in work-from-home jobs.

"It is still really difficult for most job-seekers to find these legitimate job opportunities amidst the scam, junk, and ads mixed in on most job boards out there," said Sara Sutton Fell, Founder and CEO of FlexJobs, in a statement.

The company hopes the list will help job-seekers find employment with leading, trusted companies "that have shown that they incorporate telecommuting in their hiring practices," she said.

The remaining companies on the top-10 list are Aetna, American Express, First Data, Humana, Westat, K12 and ADP.

"We are definitely noticing the trend of more companies who truly embrace flexibility," shared Kelly Kirby, FlexJobs director of research.


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