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Indeed.com found the most family-friendly jobs.

The 20 most flexible jobs for working parents

Working moms and working dads often need a more flexible work environment. But only one in 30 job postings tout their family-friendly or flexible work options.
No office? No problem.

Amazon, Dell, and 23 more companies that will let you work from anywhere

FlexJobs' latest list reveals what companies in the US are best for people who want to work from home.
Mike Zima, skiing in Chamonix, France.

A 30-year-old who quit corporate life to earn 6 figures working remotely from a Mediterranean island shares his best advice on turning a side job into...

Mike Zima left his day job in Chicago to work remotely from an island off the coast of Spain, supporting himself through his own business.
You don't have to work in tech for a high-paying work-from-home job.

11 high-paying jobs you can do from home

You can earn a big paycheck without ever leaving your house.
Working from home is out — "colocating" is in.

One of the biggest perks of the modern workplace is disappearing

Companies that offer the option to work remotely may soon shift their focus to transforming their workspaces and allow employees to work in satellite offices.

Here’s what it looks like to work for Basecamp, a company that lets its 50 employees live and work anywhere they want

Web app startup Basecamp gives employees the options to work from anywhere — here are some of the places its employees have set up shop.

8 high-paying work-from-home jobs that don’t require a bachelor’s degree

You don't need four years of college to make big bucks and get to work from home.

After 7 months of working from home, I discovered a productivity hack that keeps me focused all day

It's harder to keep track of time at home when there's no lunch hour or coffee breaks.

$1 billion startup Automattic is closing its San Francisco office and having everyone work from home

No one was showing up to work at its huge gorgeous office, so the company decided it didn't need it.

A 29-year-old who’s been traveling the world for 4 years explains how he affords it

Tommy Walker explains the gritty reality behind long-term travel, why you don't need a windfall to leave home, and how he affords to stay on the road.