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Need a job? Dell is hiring HUNDREDS of remote employees with full benefits

The best thing about working from home is the freedom and flexibility that comes along with it. Plus, wearing your PJs to the (home) office is always a comfy decision!

And for a major company like Dell Inc., perks include saving money on real estate and helping the environment. According to CNN Money, they actually encourage their employees to work from home and hope to have 50 percent of them working from home by 2020.

If saving money on gas and not sitting in traffic sounds good to you, then look at the remote job openings at Dell Inc. The multinational computer technology company known for their computers and laptops is hiring for several positions in a variety of departments.

Right now, Dell has open positions such as Outside Sales SpecialistSoftware Senior Principal Engineer, Talent Acquisition Advisor, and Technical Account Management. Click here to see a full list of positions. If you don’t find what you’re looking for then scroll to the bottom of the page to sign up for job alerts about new openings related to your expertise.

Another way to keep abreast of new remote positions at Dell is to sign up for emails from a job site like FlexJobs. They’re a paid service that screens flexible job positions to make sure it’s a legitimate opportunity. Plus, earlier this year they released a list of 100 Top Companies with Remote Jobs in 2017.

To increase your chances of getting hired by Dell, be sure to read the advice in the careers section of their site. They provide interview tips, such as “Be prepared to provide specific examples of your behavior in particular situations and how the behaviors helped you develop in previous roles. Dell is also looking for examples of how you have demonstrated specific competencies needed for the role you are interviewing for.”

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