Who doesn’t want to work in the comfort of their home without a boss constantly breathing down their neck.
We all know waking up early and having to prepare for a day at the office is not ideal. So why not work remotely, get up whenever you feel like it and have the option to work in your pj’s with a hot cup of coffee and your favorite music playing in the background.
Working remotely can be very convenient for new moms, parents that homeschool their children, individuals that don’t work well in a forced routine and of course, inspiring people that would like time to see the world and not have to wait for their annual vacation.
Even though working remotely still requires good discipline and the client deadlines still exist, it’s a lot more rewarding to be able to plan your own schedule, easily take a day off if you need one (depending on your profession), work wherever you want to and you save a lot of money on gas.
The digital nomad lifestyle is more stimulating! Let’s talk about the best digital nomad jobs for those who want to work from anywhere!
”you should probably just ask your boss if there's a possibility of you working remotely
Here are the top 10 digital nomad jobs that allow you to work remotely – or more freely:
1. Your job might allow you to work from anywhere
Before you start looking for a new job, you should probably just ask your boss if there’s a possibility of you working remotely. You’d be surprised to hear that most full-time jobs can be done from home. A good internet connection and a flexible schedule are often all you’ll need to start working remotely.
2. Freelance writing
There’s a wide range of freelance writing opportunities all around the world, for experienced and inexperienced individuals that have a passion for writing.
Ghostwriting and copywriting are two of the most common jobs among freelance writers.
3. Email marketing
There are many freelance and full-time opportunities for email marketers. Email marketers are often responsible for expanding a company’s client reach, designing email advertising campaigns, managing the company’s subscriber list etc. A background in public relations or marketing can be beneficial.
4. Web or graphic designing
Even though Web and graphic designing aren’t exactly some of the easiest professions, as it takes months, sometimes years to develop the skill. There is a growing need for these skills.
Being a full-time or freelance translator is a great choice if you are bilingual or proficient in another language. You might even get the chance to work abroad, experience different cultures and meet new people.
Programming is another profession that is quite difficult because of the time and dedication it takes to learn it. Learning programming can benefit you a lot in the future as there is no shortage of jobs and opportunities for programmers.
7. Customer service management
Customer service management might be one of the easiest jobs that allow remote working. Even though no experience is usually needed, having a background in retail or customer service will increase your chances of landing a remote job in customer service management.
8. Crowdsourcing management
Producers and managers are always looking for crowdsourcing managers to “crowdsource” or raise funds via certain websites, which is usually a very popular way of funding projects, movies, music, charities and even events.
9. Social media management
There’s obviously a growing need for companies to be active on social media. But no-one really has the time, and self-promoting isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. So managing the social accounts of companies could easily allow remote working freedom.
10. E-book publishing
Writing and Publishing E-books is a good way to get recognized as a new writer while making money. You can spend as much time on your E-books as needed, without any pressure from publishers and you can do it all in the comfort of your home.