15 New York Startups That Let Employees Work From Home
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It's not a secret: Commuting in New York sucks.
Between the reliably gridlocked traffic and the unreliable subway system, having a job that allows you to work from home can be a game changer. One of the city's dozens of parades adding an hour to your commute? Don't feel like riding the train in 90 degree heat? No problem—stay home and get your work done.
Discerning which companies allow employees to work from home, however, can be tricky. Often times, these sorts of cultural perks aren't listed explicitly on job listings.
To help with this, AngelList recently rolled out our new, revamped company profiles. These new profiles give companies a chance to show off their culture and perks in a way that makes your job search easier.
As an example of how these new profiles can make your job search better, we put together this collection of New York startups hiring on AngelList who list "work from home" among their perks and benefits. You can apply to any of these companies today.
Last April LinkedIn released its 2019 list of top 50 companies to work for in the United States. This was their 4th annual ranking of the most sought-after companies today. <br /><br /> LinkedIn's Top Companies list is based on data gathered from their 546-plus million users, and more specifically, member's anonymized actions across four main pillars: interest in the company, engagement with the company’s employees, job demand and employee retention. <br /><br /> With their 2020 list just around the corner, we thought we'd share with you some of the Unicorn Startups from their 2019 list hiring on AngelList today! <br /><br /> For LinkedIn's full 2019 list check out [LinkedIn/TopCompanies] (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/top-companies-2019-where-us-wants-work-now-daniel-roth/).Read more →
While 2019 was a big year for digital health, 2020 could be the biggest yet. COVID-19 has put enormous pressure on our global healthcare system, which is short-staffed, overwhelmed, and lacking the resources necessary to support the rising number of confirmed coronavirus cases. As a result, we're now turning to digital health companies to play a vital, and virtual, role in safeguarding those stuck at home. <br /><br /> From aging populations, to those with mental health conditions, to those suffering from chronic illness (and everything in between), here's a list of digital health companies that can improve the care and self-management of patients from their homes.Read more →
With over 80 million Americans forced to stay home, food-delivery companies have become a lifeline for customers. Rather than collapsing like the rest of the market, their stocks have been surging. <br /><br /> What are these companies doing to meet the increase in demand brought about by COVID-19? More importantly, what measures are they taking to ensure the safety of both customers and drivers? <br /><br /> Here's a list of food-delivery companies, from meal-kits to on-demand service, that are keeping food on our tables during this crisis, along with the changes their implementing to ensure the health and safety of our communities.Read more →