It has been a welcomed change for many as remote working now leads to the option of flexibility for a better work-life balance that may have been hoping to see for quite some time – it has allowed the ability to spend more time seeking out new hobbies and passions as some options have fared much better than others, the likes of gaming has seen a huge increase as virtual options replace offline options where you do not need to look any further than sites like these to get around some restrictions, or for many the ability to be on the road whilst working and exploring the life of a digital nomad and location independent work. This same period of time has allowed for a lot of change to the most popular remote working jobs too, but which are some of the best and the most accessible?
Remote sales and marketing – Something that had previously required a lot of face-to-face interaction but can now be done just as easily through a virtual environment, particularly with the growing preference for remote calls on platforms such as Zoom – whilst some experience is needed, often just a charming personality and a bit of industry knowledge is needed to get started and to succeed and has helped many live the dream of working remotely whilst on the road. If a new location to set-up from is desired too, it’s easy to pick up and move time zone without much disruption, and plenty of tools to help.
Freelance writing is another great choice – Similarly to the above, not much experience is really needed and just the ability to be more creative too – this one comes with the added benefit of not always needing to be online as content can be written ahead of time after targets are received and then sent or posted in bulk depending on need which helps ease up the requirements for always being online – salary and pay can vary greatly depending on the amount of work taken on, but if a good workload can be managed then this is a great option for would-be remote workers.
Programming has long been a remote viable choice too – Although a little different from the two previous entries as a lot of knowledge and experience is often required to make this a remote possibility particularly with different specialisations, if the foundations are there this is something that can easily be done and done well whilst working remotely. Setting up a location independent business is the best way to go about things, but there are tools and platforms online aimed at helping people in these positions find more work and can pay extremely well particularly for some parts of the world and provide all of the flexibility needed.