Raise your hand if you love to travel! You obviously can’t see my hand, but it’s reaching toward the ceiling. I’ve shared on my blog time and time again that traveling is one of my favorite things to do. Travel is truly the only thing you can buy that makes you richer. There are so many things out there to do and experience.
Every year I make a list of the places that I want to travel to and then I search far and wide on the internet to determine if there are any deals for the destinations that I have in mind. If I find a decent deal, I’m definitely not opposed to booking it and turning my travel dreams into a reality.
As I’ve mentioned before, I have a full-time job, but working remotely is definitely appealing to me. Who knows - maybe it’ll be something that I explore a little more in the future. If you have the flexibility to work remotely at this stage in your life, then you should definitely check out the six jobs below that can be found on FlexJobs and Remote.co:
Take a break from your travel schedule to review and critique content as an independent contractor. Your professional area of expertise determines the content you’ll be tasked to review. The company is looking for professional attorneys, doctors, financial planners, and others to fulfill this part-time role.
Proficient travelers likely have extensive experience using travel rewards and loyalty programs. This employer seeks an Assistant Assigning Editor to work on the travel rewards team. Collaborate with writers and other editors while you fulfill your passion for travel.
Work to support an entrepreneur 15 to 30 hours per week while you’re on your journey. Help build a business and support a business owner in day-to-day operations and manage daily workflow while you work remotely.
In this truly unique role, you’ll be connected with those who are blind or have limited vision to allow them immediate access to visual information. Perhaps you’ll even assist a visually impaired person in their travels.
Work as a contractor to teach English to Chinese students. Depending on where you’re traveling, you can adjust your sightseeing schedule to attend to your teaching duties, which are based on weekday evenings and weekends, Beijing time.
Will you be focusing your travel schedule in the U.S.? Then this could be a good way to work while you explore. If you enjoy snuffing out inaccuracies and have a sharp mind, consider this flexible career.
And there you have it! Six different jobs that will allow you to work remotely and free up more of your time so you can travel the world! Sounds like a win-win situation to me.
Do any of the jobs above catch your eye? If so, which one sounds most appealing to you and why? I’d love to hear your thoughts, so leave me a comment below.