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103 Top Digital Nomad Jobs for Free Spirits

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Hello, fellow free spirit! I see you’re looking for the top digital nomad jobs. Well, get excited because I am giving you a full list of jobs you can do while you’re traveling as a digital nomad.

 

I hope that you enjoy them and feel free to share this with a friend that might find it helpful. 🙂

 

Ok. Enough of that – let’s get into it. Keep reading and find the perfect job for your digital nomad lifestyle.

 

Digital Nomad Jobs to Rock Your World


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You’ve got all of these big dreams to travel but you don’t have the big budget so a job it is. Here are some top jobs that can make your dream a reality. Enjoy!

 

1. Webmaster

 

Who wouldn’t want to be a master of the web? A webmaster manages all aspects of a website.

 

If you’re getting paid to do this then it’s likely a small business that is paying you to do this. There are plenty of businesses you can start with but why not start in your own backyard?

 

Talk to some local business owners before you take off on your traveling quest and see if they’d like you to take care of their website so they have one less thing on their plates.

 

2. Graphic Designer

 

Graphic design takes a certain type of creative person. Not everyone can see how to put things together so you need to be the type that can see what others can’t.

 

You might work as a graphic designer for a firm or you might work directly with clients.

 

3. Web Developer

 

Web developers are not the same as graphic designers or website designers. Web developers know how to code and often work for big companies making sure everything goes well in the background.

 

4. Affiliate Marketer

 

How would you like to get paid to sell other people’s stuff? Well, that is exactly what an affiliate marketer does.

 

You find an affiliate program of a product you want to promote. The program gives you a unique link or a code to track the sales you bring in and you get the agreed-upon percentage.

 

You may drive traffic to offers through various methods such as SEO, social media or paid advertising. Some affiliate programs have rules about the methods you’re allowed to use to promote their offers.

 

Wondering if the affiliate marketing front is still a good decision? When you look at the over 2 billion people on social media alone — you tell me? Do you think you could sell a thing or two?

 

5. Animator

 

Who doesn’t love a good GIF? Whether you’re creating GIFs or animating for a business that wants to demonstrate their product – you can do it from anywhere.

 

6. Voice-over Actor

 

All of those radio ads and many other things need a voice-over artist. As long as you can produce great quality audio as requested, you can be a voice-over artist.

 

7. Transcriptionist

 

No one has time to do their own transcription but if you’re on the beach sipping cocktails, why not make a few bucks while you’re there? Who knows – the audio might be interesting and you could learn something new.

 

8. Author

 

Want to become a famous author? You can do this no matter where you are in the world. You may also choose to author a book under a pen name if you don’t want to become famous.

 

9. Editor

 

Author not in the cards? How about editing authors’ work? You can do this from anywhere in the world since many writers never meet their editors even if they work in the publisher’s building.

 

10. UX / UI Designer

 

User experience is everything. Designers are one thing and UX designers are another. This position is only recently becoming widely available but it’s going to continue to grow.

 

11. App Developer

 

Apps are hotter than ever and they aren’t going away. Finding talented app developers is a must and it doesn’t matter where you’re located while you’re working on it. You need to have a good internet connection at some point.

 

12. Quality Control

 

There are plenty of quality control positions you can work remotely as you’re traveling the world. If you’re a detailed oriented person, you might be a great fit for QC.

13. Usability Testing

 

Whether it is app testing or testing website or other online property – companies want you to test how easy it is to use.

 

Many companies don’t care how techy you are since they want to see how average people will use their app.

14. Live Chat Support

 

If you are live chat support, you’ll need to learn the system the company you’re working for is using. There is often going to be set hours where you’ll need to be available.

 

15. Email Support

 

Email support can be simpler than live chat support because you can take some time to figure out your answers.

16. Customer Service by Phone

 

If you are going to work as customer service by phone, you may need to have a little longer stint in each area that you travel to. You always need to be able to get great phone service where you are as well.

17. Virtual Assistant

 

Many people need virtual assistants to take care of online tasks. Whether that is organizing, creating or just being there to answer their emails – virtual assistants are lifesavers.

18. Social Media Manager

 

Many small businesses can’t keep up with their social media. You can come in to save the day. Often you can use scheduling tools that will make it easy for you to put in a small amount of work and still get paid well.

 

19. Research Assistant

 

Research. Many people hate to do it. If you are good at researching, plenty of people will pay you to find the information for them.

20. Data Entry

 

Data entry is a simple job you can usually do at your own pace. You’re entering data just as the name suggests.

21. Recruiter

 

Are you good at finding people to do various jobs? You may have the making of a great recruiter.

 

Many recruiters focus on a specific industry so they can continue to build connections and help people as much as possible.

 

22. Link Building Outreach

 

Every website wants to have a great backlink portfolio and one of the ways to do this is by getting links through outreach activities. People are trying to promote their blog in ethical ways and link building outreach is a great way to do it.

 

If you get a good system in place, you will have clients just waiting for your help.

23. Project Manager

 

Are you good at management? Managing projects is likely to take a little more effort and the ability to be hands on but you can still perform the job remotely.

24. Technical Writer

 

Do you pay attention to detail? Are you good at unearthing information and displaying it in a manner that makes it easier for people to understand? You might be a great fit for technical writing.

25. UX Writer

 

UX writers write in a way that makes the user experience a good one. UX writing can be difficult because you have to understand the person reading and break things down in a way that is going to help them most.

26. Salesletter Writer

 

If you want to get paid the big bucks for writing then learn how to write sales letters. Sales letters are the money makers for many businesses. A single sales letter can be responsible for millions of dollars in sales.

 

Work a deal so that you don’t only get paid for the initial sales letter. Negotiate and try to get paid royalties as well.

 

27. Product Description Writer

 

You can write some simple yet descriptive text and get paid decently for it. You’ll need to think of ways to make a product sound sexy even if it’s not.

28. Blog Writer

 

Getting paid to write other people’s blogs can be fun and challenging. When you write other people’s blogs, you need to make sure that you are embodying their voice. If you write a blog post that doesn’t sound like them their audience isn’t going to receive it well.

29. Copywriter

 

A copywriter is someone that has learned how to put words together in a way that makes people act. There are very few truly amazing copywriters. Copywriters usually get paid much more than a writer so if you have the skills, make sure you use this term instead of purely saying you’re a writer.

 

30. Resume Writer

 

Do you know how to showcase people’s best on a resume? You may just be a resume writer. You’ll need to take things from people’s past and attempt to make them a win even when it doesn’t seem like a win.

31. Ghost Writer

 

People may want to write a book, article or another piece of content – problem? They can’t write worth anything. That’s where you can come in and save the day.

 

You won’t get any credit for this content but you do get paid.

32. Proofreader

 

If you’re good at finding errors with other people’s work then proofreading could be a good option for you. You will likely spend hours just staring at the computer screen and this may drive you nuts so make sure you have a way to break it up.

 

33. Translator

 

Are you good at translation? You can translate text, audio or what people are saying live. Being able to translate isn’t about being able to put something over word for word like Google Translate.

 

When you’re a translator, you need to be able to get the message across from one language to the other.

 

34. Interpreter

 

Much like a translator, as an interpreter, you need to get the message across. When you’re working as an interpreter, you’ll need to be quick. You can’t have to take time out to figure things out because you’re in real time.

35. Online Notary

 

If you’re an online notary you will have to get certified. You can’t just decide to be a notary and there are some upfront costs to get started.

36. Captioning

 

More videos need captions. Not only do people that are hearing impaired show gratitude for captions but videos need captions because 85% of Facebook video is watched without video. The same goes for many other video viewing platforms.

37. Online Community Manager

 

Almost every company understands the importance of creating a community and culture. Since there are many communities, that means there needs to be someone there to take care of them.

 

Imagine being able to get paid to work from anywhere creating an amazing community and culture for the company of your choice.

 

38. Podcaster

 

Podcasting can be a very well paying job. You can get paid to run ads on your podcast by getting sponsors or you can use affiliate marketing to get paid as a podcaster.

39. Blogger

 

Blogging can be a lucrative job but there are many people that aren’t making money on their blogs. You might want to get your blog up and running before you take off on your digital nomad lifestyle.

40. Vlogger

 

Vlogging is like blogging but with video. There are plenty of people on YouTube making money off sharing their travels and this could be a good side or solo income while you’re on the road.

41. Online Course Creator

 

Do you have specialized knowledge that you can share with people? It is likely that you have plenty of information you can put together in the form of a course that people can buy and download online.

 

42. Virtual Tutor or Teacher

 

There are plenty of parents looking for great tutors or teachers for their kids. You can offer your services through various tutor and teacher websites.

 

43. Physical Product Sales

 

You can find a job that allows you to sell physical products for their company.

 

44. Digital Product Sales

 

Selling digital products for companies is even more lucrative because they are often able to give you higher commissions when you make a sale.

 

45. Product Flipper

 

Plenty of people are flipping products. They might buy them from a local store and then sell them online for more than they paid for them.

If you get some good finds, you can make some good cash.

 

46. Dropshipper

 

Dropshipping allows you to find products to promote and have them shipped for you. You don’t have to touch the products or deal with any of the customer service which makes it a pretty nice business model.

 

47. Telemarketer

 

If you’re good on the phone, there are companies that want to hire you. Telemarketing is still a thing and if you’re willing to do it – companies are willing to pay.

 

48. Financial Planner

 

Helping people with their finances is a sensitive topic but not everyone wants to meet in person. There are financial planning jobs available so you can keep your nomad life and still make money through financial planning.

 

49. Accountant

 

With electronic filing, scanning, virtual document signing and the ability to do almost everything online, you can take your accountant job on the road.

 

50. Marketing Manager

 

If you’re a stellar marketer, the company you work from isn’t going to care where you do your work from. You’ll need to learn tools like Slack and Asana so you’ll be able to manage your team easily through the internet.

 

51. Photographer

 

You can schedule your photoshoots around the different places you’ll be traveling. You can also get some pretty awesome photos for your Instagram. 😉

 

52. Videographer

 

People need video and being a videographer can be a lucrative job. You can find businesses or people with special events that would love to hire a talented videographer.

 

53. Video Editor

 

Editing video takes time and talent. You have to have an eye for it so that the video flows and speaks to the person that is watching it.

 

54. Medical Coder

 

Medical coders work with hospitals to make sure the insurance companies are billed.

 

55. Survey Taker

 

Taking surveys might not be a full-time job but you can earn a few extra bucks here and there just for telling people what you think.

 

56. Travel Agent

 

Travel and get paid for it? Travel vloggers aren’t the only people that get paid to travel. Travel agents get to go on a lot of great trips and help other people do the same.

 

57. Interior Designer

 

You can travel around the world helping your elite clients with their interior design projects. What fun!

 

58. Consultant

 

You can consult in just about anything. What are you currently doing for what? Consult in that if you’d like.

 

59. Product Tester

 

Do you enjoy testing new products? You can get paid to be in beta testing groups so companies don’t waste their money producing products no one likes.

 

60. Director of Provider Networks & Development

 

Working in healthcare as a director can be a remote position as well. Nomad it up while you’re developing the provider network.

 

61. Deployment Engineer (Technology)

 

Help safely deploy various technologies and processes from the beach or wherever you choose.

 

62. Security Operations Analyst

 

If a security problem happens – you’ve gotta be there to figure out what happened. And by be there, I mean be there virtually.

 

63. Loan Underwriter

 

No one needs to meet the loan underwriter. You can do your job from anywhere in the world. You just need to be accessible during regular business hours so people can get their approval (or not) quickly.

 

64. Software Engineer

 

You can work as a software engineer without internet access until you need to upload. When that happens you need to have a really good connection that lasts for a long period of time.

 

65. Hiring Team Member

 

Do you like helping people get the job? If you’re a hiring team member, you will get to help people get the job – but you’ll also have to be ready to let some people down easy.

 

66. Clinical Reviewer

 

Clinical reviewers have to be detail oriented. You’ll be reviewing and auditing medical records to make sure everything is complete and accurate.

 

67.  Office Manager

 

You can manage an office from afar. You may need to video conference from time to time.

 

68. Executive Assistant

 

As an executive assistant, the job is much like a secretary. You’ll need to take phone calls, send memos and do other important things that help your employer.

 

69. Senior Legal Editor

 

This is a special editing position and you need to understand legal jargon. If you don’t get it right – it could mean major problems.

 

70. Inside Sales

 

You can do inside sales through the internet or on the phone. Your task is to help current customers find what they need and help match them with any other services or products you might have to offer them.

 

71. Claims Adjuster

 

Adjusters look at property or personal injury claims to see how much compensation is due. You can find some jobs that will allow you to travel to various areas to complete tasks.

 

72. Business Analyst

 

As a business analyst, you’ll be able to help businesses figure out how to move forward. Helping see where business systems are working and where they are not.

 

73. Data Scientist

 

As a data scientist, you will be able to tell what the data means. You’ll use statistics and machine learning but you’ll also have to use your human abilities.

 

74. Database Engineer

 

As a database engineer you’ll most likely work with computer companies managing complex databases.

 

75. B2B Lead Generator

 

If you want to make some good cash – help B2B companies generate leads. B2B sales are often larger than what B2C companies make.

Companies don’t care how you’re generating the leads – they just want them.

 

76. Sales Funnel Builder

 

If your business is selling something without a sales funnel – no good. Sales funnels help automatically walk potential customers through the sales process.

 

Building funnels is no easy task and companies are willing to pay you a pretty penny for doing it for them.

 

77. WordPress Engineer

 

As a WordPress engineer uses best practices to get results for clients out of the WordPress platform.

 

78. Job Search Expert

 

When people are at the end of their rope and can’t find the perfect job – that’s when you come into the picture. Help people find that dream job that they are looking for.

 

79. Insurance Broker

 

Insurance brokers help others understand insurance and risk management. You can help your clients from anywhere in the world.

 

80. Human Resources Manager

 

Managing human resources can be a lot of work. If you’re working with a smaller company, it won’t be as much work.

You do need to manage the administrative functions of the company so make sure you’re up for the challenge even when you’re living the nomad life.

 

81. Visual Experience Designer

 

When you’re a visual experience designer, you need think about every element of what a website visitor is going to see. This job branches off out of UI and graphic design.

 

82. IT Security Engineer

 

Your job is to protect the networks so make sure your internet is good enough no matter where you are in the world.

 

83. Account Manager

 

Managing accounts for customers don’t always have to be a big deal. If you get some dream customers you can take care of them quickly and be on your way to your next destination.

 

Since there are video conferencing and crisp clear phone lines, you can build relationships over the phone as an account manager.

 

84. Account Executive

 

If you’re an account executive, you don’t have to be as hands-on as an account manager but you still need to make sure you know what’s going on.

 

85. Product Designer

 

Designing products takes a creative person. You will design not only how the product looks but also how the product works.

 

86. Content Analyst

 

As a content analyst, you may work for any number of companies such as print media or advertising. You’ll be interpreting the data that you find.

 

87. Email Marketer

 

Email marketing has a median ROI of 122%. If you can write great emails and send them in an effective way, companies will hire you to set up their autoresponders and other email content.

 

88. Director of Marketing

 

If you’re a marketing boss, you can get a remote job working as a director of marketing.

 

89. Script Writer

 

Scriptwriting isn’t only for movies anymore. Scriptwriting can be for commercials or even short videos.

 

90. Script Editor

 

If you would rather edit scripts than write scripts then you can find writers that would like you to help them turn in stellar scripts. Companies may also hire editors to help with scripts as well.

 

91. TeleTherapist

 

Many people now opt to work with therapists on the phone. Since you can talk to your patients on the phone – it doesn’t matter where you are!

 

92. Text Therapist

 

Text therapy is another level of freedom. You don’t even have to speak to patients live but instead you text them through their challenges.

 

93. Could Outreach Specialist

 

Are you good at creating rapport during cold interactions? You can be a cold outreach specialist on the phone or through emails, etc.

 

94. E-Commerce Manager

 

E-Commerce is booming. 1.92 billion people will buy something online during 2019. Those sites need someone to manage them and that person can be YOU.

 

95. Affiliate Marketing Manager

 

Affiliate marketing is booming and someone has to take care of those affiliates. As an affiliate marketing manager, you will help affiliates do their best at selling the products and services in the network.

 

96. PPC Strategist

 

When people aren’t sure how to operate their PPC campaign – you’re the go-to person. Help them figure out keywords, how much money to spend each day and more.

 

97. Private Investigator

 

Want to get some excitement in your life? Become a private investigator. When you get really good clients may send you on trips to investigate for them.

 

Nomadic and exciting!

 

98. Database Administrator

 

As a database administrator, you will store and organize data. You can do this remotely as long as you have a good computer and a secure internet connection.

 

99. Architect

 

Being an architect is more exciting now than ever. With all of the programs available to help you display and present your amazing designs, the sky is the limit. You can design and send your designs from anywhere in the world.

 

100. Data Miner & Manager

 

As a data miner, you turn raw data into information the company can use. If you work your way to manager, you will be managing the other people that do data mining.

 

101. Artist / Illustrator

 

If you’re a great artist, you can create illustrations for books, manuals and more.

 

102. Brand Identity Strategist

 

Not everyone understands how to build their brand identity. When you can show someone how to piece all of the parts together in order to gain trust and build their audience – you’re going to be the go-to strategist.

 

103. Grant Writer

 

Do you want to help organizations get the money they need for various projects? As a grant writer, you’ll be able to help the companies of your choice. Many grant writers work for non-profits and charitable organizations.

 

Easiest Way to Find These Jobs

 

One of the easiest ways to find these jobs is going to sites like Indeed and typing in the job title and then typing remote in where it says location.

 

Happy hunting and see you on the road. B-)

 

Jobs from Indeed

Ready to Start Your Digital Nomad Jobs Lifestyle?

 

Now that you have this massive list of digital nomad jobs, you can start rocking your new lifestyle! If you want some more reading on the topic go ahead and hop over to my blog post about how to become a digital nomad.

 

I love writing articles that literally help people see what is possible. It's super exciting to inspire others like so many others have inspired me! Feel free to leave your comments below - I love reading them! And don't forget to share with a friend that might find this helpful.

 

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30 Comments

  1. Olufemi on April 20, 2019 at 5:04 pm

    Hi Jessica,

    Thanks for the many options you have given to those of us who do not want to be tied down. Some of us have worked in companies all our life with no real time to explore. Some of us like to travel but only have limited vacation time. Your suggestions are worth considering personally. I have always wanted to explore new ways of making money and being a Digital Nomad might just be the thing for me.

    Thanks for the article.

    • Jessica Lauren Vine on April 20, 2019 at 8:40 pm

      Olufemi,

      Hey. That’s exciting! Many people don’t even think about traveling while they are still working. You don’t have to retire to be able to become a digital nomad. 🙂 

  2. Roberta on April 20, 2019 at 5:30 pm

    This is a great post. I am just starting to look into digital income opportunities. I didn’t know about most of these.
    I used to be a college adviser and I would have loved this kind of list to give to my clients.
    Thank you so much for all of the info.
    The link to indeed site at the end is handy, too. Thank you.

    • Jessica Lauren Vine on April 20, 2019 at 7:13 pm

      Roberta,

      Oh wow. That’s really cool. It would be great for people coming out of college! Digital nomad jobs are becoming more common and hopefully, more people will get to experience the world. 🙂

  3. Todd P Matthews on April 20, 2019 at 7:21 pm

    My mind was blown when you mentioned 103 jobs for those of us who are free spirits…um, I fall into that category! I actually am an author and affiliate marketer, so I have two already. Working as an editor would also be a dream come true, so I may get into that someday, but I really want to get into freelance writing and turn it into a primary income.

    • Jessica Lauren Vine on April 20, 2019 at 8:39 pm

      Todd,

      That’s really awesome. I love writing and freelance writing is a great career. You can totally do it. 😀

  4. thabo on April 20, 2019 at 7:50 pm

    Wow Jess

    Thank you for all these options of digital nomad jobs. I did not know anything about most of these options like voice over actor and Data Miner & Manager.
    I will start exploring these options and seeing where they may take me.

    • Jessica Lauren Vine on April 20, 2019 at 8:38 pm

      Thabo,

      Enjoy! The world is your oyster. 🙂

  5. Jea on April 20, 2019 at 10:08 pm

    This is awesome! This list you have here gives me so much inspiration. I love looking for jobs that i can do freelance, I definitely am a free spirit. I love doing my own thing. Some of these jobs I never heard of before, but you explain well, so thank you. i now have more ideas for my simple no 9 – 5 life. Thanks for sharing.

    • Jessica Lauren Vine on April 21, 2019 at 2:07 pm

      Jea,

      That’s really great. Getting inspired and believing that you can live the digital nomad lifestyle is the first step to making it happen.

      I look forward to hearing what you do with your newfound possibilities. 🙂

  6. MahbubA2 on April 21, 2019 at 4:42 am

    Hi Jessica,

    Thank You very much for sharing such an informative article with all the necessary information about “103 Top Digital Nomad Jobs for Free Spirits”

    What a mind blowing article.I like the.article very much.I was looking for a way to earn some money.But i couldn’t find the perfect way.So,i was looking for a proper guideline where i can find the digital income opportunities.After reading this article i have found the best guideline for me.You suggested 103 jobs and i wasn’t familiar with most of these jobs.Among these digital nomad jobs i would like to do jobs as a email marketer and translator.I am going start this two jobs very soon as i have gained all the thorough details in this purpose.This article is very helpful for those people who are looking for a digital nomad jobs as you highlighted the article so nicely.I will also share this article with my friends and relatives so that they can benefited from this.

    • Jessica Lauren Vine on April 26, 2019 at 5:46 pm

      Hey there. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂 I appreciate it! =D

      I can’t wait to hear what you do with this information. B-)

  7. Ali on April 24, 2019 at 7:44 am

    What a nice post you wrote! I really enjoyed reading it and I could not be silent about your post so I decided to leave my comment here and say Thank You! For sharing this quality post with others.
    Actually this is exactly the information that I was looking for information about best digital nomad jobs and when I landed on your website and read this post, it answered all my questions in details.
    So I’m happy that you decided to write about this topic and share it with people. It’s very useful and can definitely be used as a great source for everyone who is interested in this topic.
    I will come back to your website again for sure and I’m looking forward to reading your new posts.)

    Thanks!

    • Jessica Lauren Vine on April 25, 2019 at 4:19 pm

      Ali,

      That’s awesome. 😀 It’s really cool to be able to work wherever you want to. 😉 I am glad you enjoyed it. See you again soon.

  8. Babs on April 25, 2019 at 2:24 am

    I can’t get over all the excellent recommendations you put here. So thorough, thank you!

    I’ve been marketing on my own websites, but I was recently approached by another business to set up a website for them. They are a security business, and they needed a website to get funding, so I was able to make a few hundred dollars doing that for them.

    Your suggestions are SPOT ON!

    • Jessica Lauren Vine on April 25, 2019 at 4:20 pm

      Babs,

      You’re welcome. 😀

      Helping other people with their online marketing is a lot of fun. It’s cool to see them get results. 😀

      Glad you stopped by.

  9. Nuttanee on June 19, 2019 at 8:25 pm

    Let me get off the topic for a bit and say, that picture looks like a southern part of Thailand! I wanna go back and visit now. Anyway, I am currently an affiliate marketer, just started last year so I need a bit longer to make substantial money online. I did make some money from my sales and Adsense, hopefully by next year I can make more money that I can quit my onsite freelance job. 

    The live chat support is also a great job. The pay might now be as good and a bit below minimum wage. However I consider the fact of not having to travel to work and also spending money on work apparel. It is totally worth it but you need solid resume for it and also can type fast with good grammar. 

    Interesting, I did not know that you can be an insurance broker online. A few of my friends do this and they get paid well. However you need to have certain degree for this field and lots of training. 

    Text therapist sound interesting, this is the first I heard, I have to look into that thanks for your suggestion!

    Indeed is a good platform also Monster is the same owner as Indeed. If you get suspicious with the company you can always look up Glassdoor to make sure that your employer is legit.

    Thanks for the list!

    • Jessica Lauren Vine on June 24, 2019 at 8:52 pm

      Yes! 😀 That picture is from Thailand. I haven’t been yet but I definitely have it on my list. 😀

      Great insights and information on the jobs that your friends have and what you’ve done. Thank you for sharing.

  10. Tammy kuppinger on June 19, 2019 at 8:43 pm

    This article was so informative!  I didn’t understand the differences between a blogger and a blog writer, or UX / UI Designer, or the difference between a webmaster and a web designer.  There is so much opportunity online that we can do!  I’m really glad you put a site up at the end…indeed…that we can go to, to find jobs.  About half way through the post I kept thinking but where can I find these jobs?? You obviously have a website and am a blogger.  Do you do any of these other jobs?

    • Jessica Lauren Vine on June 24, 2019 at 8:40 pm

      Tammy,

      It seems everyone wants me to put the jobs more near the top… lol 🙂 I’ll work on that.

      I am a blogger for myself and also do writing for others and SEO. Those are my main sources of income besides for affiliate and advertising revenue. 🙂

  11. Shane Fegan on June 19, 2019 at 9:21 pm

    For those who love to travel and fly free in their life, this can encapsulate great freedom via working in the digital age.

    You can effectively have an office anywhere in the world, a virtual office I suppose it can be referred to as.

    Affiliate marketing sits high on this list, one of which does not require any special qualification, just dedication and the ability to write freely and openly with some poise and funk to your wordology.

    • Jessica Lauren Vine on June 20, 2019 at 1:19 pm

      Shane,

      Yes, I love being able to travel and work. Affiliate marketing is awesome and of course, I write which makes it nice. lol Works out well.

      When I started affiliate marketing, I didn’t write so it was slow going. hahahha

  12. Kalaya on June 19, 2019 at 9:22 pm

    Wow!  I had family members that were data entry clerks for the state, but I was unaware that you could go nomad with data entry positions.  I’ve wanted to get into remote data entry as well as being a travel agent.  I’ve always dreamed of traveling the world for a living.

    These are great options.  I wish however that you gave the ability of finding these positions at the beginning.  I was left wondering as I read if you had a location to look these nomadic jobs up.  

    The list is great, it gives so many options and the skill sets for all of them are vast.  Thanks for the article.

    • Jessica Lauren Vine on June 20, 2019 at 1:17 pm

      Kalaya,

      That’s a good point. I think I will put information for them up further in the content so people can find what they need easier. Thanks for the feedback. :0)

  13. Ronald L Washington on June 19, 2019 at 9:31 pm

    Your article on 103 top digital nomad jobs for free spirits offers great information. Your essential information seems to be that there are many, many ways to use the internet to make money. You do a great job of explaining the many ways. The first four; webmaster, graphic designer, web designer, and affiliate marketing seem the most promising. You make it clear that affiliate marketing is a  great way to make money on the internet.  As I understand it affiliate marketing is based on doing reviews of products and having someone buy that product through your website. Wealthy Affiliate is the one I chose.

    Are you involved with any affiliate marketing programs? If so, which one? Do you prefer that to others? I am new to the online marketing space and I am using WA. When I first encountered  WA, online I read a lot about it and researched many others and started out for free but realized that if my plan was to make money I had to be willing to put money in, so I became a premium member. I noted that once you get to a certain point in the training you are almost compelled to go premium if you are to go forward. Do you agree? 

    Thank you for the great information.

    God bless you!

    • Jessica Lauren Vine on June 20, 2019 at 1:14 pm

      Ronald,

      Hey there.

      The way that I do affiliate marketing is by helping people with content and then letting them know about things that I use. If they buy through my link — cool. Yay $$… lol

      I don’t promote a lot of different things because I only promote things that I use. Some of the things that I promote are Wealthy Affiliate, Tailwind and GetResponsewhich are all awesome.

      And as far as upgrading to premium, I believe that you get what you pay for in most instances. 😀

  14. Kendell Walker on June 19, 2019 at 9:42 pm

    I have been doing a great deal of research into this lifestyle. Just got into affiliate marketing and currently learning sales funneling web mastering, and dropshipping, Just trying to build my knowledge. Did not know about link-building outreach and did not know notary services online is possible. This is a wealth of information, thank you for this article, Jessica!

    • Jessica Lauren Vine on June 20, 2019 at 1:09 pm

      Kendell,

      I’m glad that you found it helpful. I only learned about the online notary service a couple of months ago when we had to use one. lol There are different rules for whatever area you want to work as an online notary but it’s cool to know it is possible. 🙂

  15. Tamara on June 19, 2019 at 10:08 pm

    Hi Jessica,

    I have spent the last hour+ perusing your website. It is a solid, well-outlined site–you have expertise, cover useful topics, and post interesting posts and reviews with titles that caught my attention and content that kept me reading. 

    The 103 Top Digital Nomad Job post was very helpful. I didn’t know there were so many possibilities! My daughter has talked for months about finding some online opportunity, but didn’t know what or where to begin. She has social anxiety and PTSD, and hasn’t been able to keep a job. Working around a crowd of people is difficult. Thanks to your great suggestions for online work, she is currently applying for a captioning position. She also wants to try editing, proofreading, and or ghost writing (she is an English major). We are both excited to think there may be a fun and rewarding job out there for her. 

    I look forward to reading more from you!

    Thanks SO much,

    Tamara

    • Jessica Lauren Vine on June 20, 2019 at 1:06 pm

      Tamara,

      Thanks so much for sharing your experience. My husband also has PTSD and doesn’t do well working around large crowds so I totally get it.

      He goes to school online for culinary arts. It’s amazing what the internet opens up to us. Feel free to bookmark the site and share the article with a friend that might find it helpful. 🙂

      Have an amazing day!

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