Finding digital nomad jobs is not as hard as it used to be. There are plenty of opportunities available to match your skill levels, from entry level remote jobs to advanced skill needed jobs.
Digital nomads are a type of people who use telecommunications technologies to earn a living and, more generally, conduct their life in a nomadic manner. Such workers often work remotely from foreign countries, coffee shops, public libraries, co-working spaces, or recreational vehicles.
According to digital nomad websites, some of the most popular locations to work online around the world include Chiang Mai & Bangkok (Thailand); Budapest (Hungary); Belgrade (Serbia), Bali (Indonesia); Lisbon (Portugal) and Buenos Aires (Argentina). What do all these cities have in common? The main things is the low cost of living, a favorable climate, great scenery, cultural richness, communities of people who do the same job, and a quality quality of life for the traveling digital ‘nomad’.
Here’s a complete list of remote work for 2020.
1. Website Developer
Know some coding and familiar with creating websites? Website development can go from the basics like creating a site for a blogger to creating a multi-paged, eCommerce platform. Knowing UX strategies for creating a website will increase the value of your work. Most website developers work on their own and solicit clients.
A programmer has more complex knowledge than a coder. They know multiple computer languages and can solve complex problems with their software and application development. A lot of digital nomads are programmers. All you need is a computer and you don’t always need an internet connection to the program.
3. Online Teaching
If you have patience and love to teach this is a job for you. Online teaching is one of the fastest-growing jobs for working nomads. With teaching platforms like VIPKid or Chegg, it’s easy to find the perfect teaching position.
4. Creating Your Own Class
You can create your own class to sell through Skillshare or Udemy. All you need is a laptop and the tools to create understandable videos. Each time someone buys your class through these sites, you earn a commission.
5. Social Media Manager
This is great for someone who loves to interact on Social Media. You can either find your own clients and work any hours that you like or work for a corporation that needs a remote expert to manage their brand and keep consumers engaged.
6. SEO Expert
Understand Search Engine Optimization? Know how to get websites to rank higher in search engine results, then you have a great opportunity to find a remote job. If you understand how to tweak websites and blog posts with the right strategies, then you’ll be able to find work in this fast-growing field. If you’re not, there are plenty of courses to learn out there.
7. Digital Entrepreneur
The ability to make digital products to sell really gives you the freedom to travel wherever you like. A Digital Entrepreneur is a great way to make money because you create one digital product like an eBook or application and then you sell it multiple times through your website or other online platforms like Etsy or Shopify.
8. Corporate Consultant
If you are an expert in your field and have experience working in a corporate environment, then you can work from anywhere in the world. With this type of work, it’s best to be somewhere with a reliable internet connection. You may need to participate in online meetings and even deliver presentations from wherever you are.
9. Life Coach
Are you the person that your friends always turn to for help? Are you able to give them the guidance that they need? Many Life Coaches get a coaching certificate from respected coaching schools, for others, it’s an extension of what they already do with fitness coaching or even their blog. Coaching can be done through Skype or FaceTime making this the perfect remote job.
Wondering if there are any digital nomad jobs that you can do? Blogging is one. You need a laptop and an internet connection and the ability to write. You earn an income by doing sponsored posts, affiliate marketing, and advertisements. You can also create your own eBooks to sell on your blog.
Do you write fictional stories or non-fictional articles? Since most of your writing can be done offline, you don’t need a constant internet connection. Which means you can travel to areas that don’t always have a stable internet connection.
12. Customer Support Representative
Companies are looking for empathetic people who want to work entry-level remote jobs. You’ll assist customers using their products or services. You might work directly for one company or an agency that contracts for several different companies.
13. Technical Support Representative
If you are technically inclined, understand troubleshooting steps, and can easily share that information, then this one of the best nomad jobs. Entry-level remote jobs in this field will be supporting customers with products. More advanced levels (and more pay) will be supporting software and products that are being used by IT professionals.
14. Graphic Designer
Experienced graphic designers are in demand. You can either work for a corporation that needs your skills or find your own clients and design the look of their brand. Some designers sell logos and branding images through their own website or sites like Etsy.
15. Product Designer
If you are an experienced artist, designer, or photographer then you can sell your work online. There are several websites that make this possible such as Shopify where you sell your own digital products or Zazzle and Red Bubble where you can put your designs on their products.
Each time a product like a calendar or a poster sells then you earn a commission.
Are you ready to start traveling as a digital nomad? It’s time to find that remote job that gives you the flexibility to travel the world!