Despite a changing job marketplace and uncertain economy, the National Association of Colleges and Employers reports that employers plan to hire 3.9 percent more graduates from the Class of 2023 than from the Class of 2022. For new Gen Z grads and job seekers in particular, remote and hybrid work options remain a priority when looking for a post-college career. In fact, recent studies have found nearly a quarter of Gen Z students and new grads ranked remote work as the most important job factor, and more than three out of five said they prefer a hybrid environment.
Flexjobs recently published the top 10 entry-level remote careers for graduates. According to their research, they are:
The following categories are ordered from highest to lowest according to the number of remote entry-level positions available to job seekers as of April 30, 2023.
- Customer Service
- Accounting & Finance
- Medical & Health
- Computer & IT
- HR & Recruiting
The most common entry-level job titles with remote work opportunities during that same time period include: