These Are the Remote Jobs That Will Dominate in 2023
Working from home is still the norm for many, with a number of companies offering hybrid working or fully-remote positions. FlexJobs’ March 2022 survey found that 57 percent of respondents would leave their job if their company wouldn’t offer remote work options, while 87 percent stated that remote work options improved their work-life balance.
Taking a look at future trends for remote working, a recent study by AT&T found the hybrid work model is expected to grow to 81 percent in 2024, up from 42 percent in 2021, and as working from home continues to thrive, so do the financial and wellness benefits. During FlexJobs’ 2022 Career Pulse Survey, 84 percent said that a remote or hybrid job would make them a happier person, with 77 percent stating that remote or hybrid working arrangements would help them with managing their mental health better.
Throughout 2022, the FlexJobs saw a 12 percent increase in remote job postings and a 52 percent increase in hybrid job postings. The site used their own search data to find the sectors that had consistently high volumes of available remote and hybrid roles in 2022, with these areas also being considered strong prospects for job seekers in 2023.
Computer and IT
Accounting & Finance
Many accounting and finance companies offer the option to work remotely. If you’re looking for a new position in 2023, consider applying for this open Business Accounting Representative role, where you’ll serve as the lead point of contact for all assigned bookkeeping and payroll clients.
Customer service is a hugely popular industry that often hires remote workers. This Customer Service Lead role requires successful applicants to be a direct point of contact to customers and fulfil everything from processing reships to troubleshooting order delays.