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The time has come. You’ve thought long and hard about it, and you’ve decided that the daily commute is not for you. Not only is the daily commute not for you, this three-days-in/two-days-home nonsense is not for you, either.

Yes, it’s time to go fully remote. Where to start? Here’s a shortlist of remote companies that are currently hiring, have good Glassdoor ratings, and have a range of positions available.

AGENCYANALYTICS

AgencyAnalytics specializes in automated client reporting for marketing agencies.

The company has been fully remote since 2010, offers four weeks of paid vacation and flexible working hours, and chips in $50 per month for Internet access.

  • Glassdoor rating: 4.4
  • Current openings: 15
  • Positions: A little bit of everything here: accounting, social, sales, engineering, marketing ops, and product management

AHA!

Aha! is perhaps best known for its road-mapping software, but offers an entire suite of product development tools. The company offers up to 200 hours of PTO, up to 90 days of paid parental leave, and up to $1,000 for third-party education.

  • Glassdoor rating: 4.5
  • Current openings: 14
  • Positions: A few each in customer success, marketing, and UX, plus a handful in engineering focused on Ruby on Rails

CLOSE

Close specializes in sales software for remote teams, emphasizing that the name is pronounced as in “close” the sale. The company is 100% remote, offers five weeks of PTO, a two-week winter break, a four-week sabbatical every five years, and flexible working hours.

  • Glassdoor rating: 4.4
  • Current openings: 6
  • Positions: QA, front-end, back-end, recruiting, and two support roles

DOXIMITY

Doximity builds medical communications software focused on connecting healthcare professionals. Most roles feature the choice to work out of the company’s San Francisco office or remotely. Available details on benefits are sparse except for some boilerplate bullet points.

  • Glassdoor rating: 4.8
  • Current openings: 11
  • Positions: About half in product and engineering, and the other half in sales and strategy—plus an internship and a finance gig thrown in for good measure

FOLLOW UP BOSS

Follow Up Boss builds real estate lead management software and offers some great benefits, including $1,000 toward your home office, $1,000 per year for personal development, a 6% 401K match, a free Kindle plus unlimited books, and stipends toward caffeine, a gym membership, and a coworking space if you need it.

  • Glassdoor rating: 4.6
  • Current openings: 5
  • Positions: A couple of full-stack engineers, an engineering manager, a mobile engineer, and a lead UX designer are on offer

KINSTA

Kinsta offers WordPress hosting services, app deployment solutions, and database technologies. Detailed benefits information doesn’t extend much past remote work, a remote expense budget, an annual retreat, PTO, and a professional development budget.

  • Glassdoor rating: 4.8
  • Current openings: 8
  • Positions: DevOps, full-stack web design, sales engineering, and a technical copywriting position, plus HR, finance, sales, and editorial roles

SIMPLETEXTING

SimpleTexting builds SMS-based marketing tools that companies can leverage to connect with customers. The company is 100% remote, offers home office and fitness stipends, “generous” PTO, and your birthday off.

  • Glassdoor rating: 4.4
  • Current openings: 10
  • Positions: A few in customer success, and then one or two each in finance, marketing, operations, support, and sales

YOKO CONSULTING

Yoko Consulting offers consulting services for companies trying to make a positive impact in the world, including branding, web design, hosting, marketing automation, and more. Benefits include unlimited PTO, flexible schedule, personal development stipend, profit-sharing to all employees, and “multiple weeks off at the end of the year to recharge.”

  • Glassdoor rating: 4
  • Current openings: 5
  • Positions: Two UX roles, a full-stack WordPress developer, project manager, and biz dev director

Source: Fast Company