What are the Top Jobs for Travelers?

Becoming a digital nomad can be a bit daunting. You might wonder what kind of job opportunities are out there, especially ones that give you time to travel. Anybody can do these three jobs and it’s pretty easy to get started with them. 

Content Writing

If you’re a traveler, you likely already have a blog going. That’s great practice for becoming a content writer. To find freelance content writing jobs, you should look on Facebook groups for remote positions and content writers jobs on LinkedIn. Most will allow you to work remotely as long as you are able to meet deadlines. You can make quite a bit of money each month by doing this, which will sustain your travels.

Teaching English

There are a ton of online teaching platforms that hire English teachers from all over the world and the best part is that you make your own schedule. Check out VIPKid, Magic Ears, and DaDa for some online teaching roles. They tend to pay around $20 an hour. 

Social Media Management

If you’re pretty tech-savvy, you can begin a career in social media management and start collecting clients. Success for this will depend on how you feel reaching out to people initially. You will need to prove that you can create engaging content and that you can provide results according to what the client expects. Each client should be around $200-500 a month.