The digital nomad lifestyle has gone mainstream. Now there are nomad jobs in every industry that can be done anywhere in the world. The idea is simple enough: leave the office behind and find a location-independent job to make money online, but what are the options?
With one in four Americans being able to speak a foreign language, becoming an online translator is another excellent option. Translation jobs usually come as a text document, although video and audio translation gigs are also typical
If you’re artistically skilled, you’ve undoubtedly thought about becoming an illustrator, but you may not have considered it the perfect job for a digital nomad. You may find yourself drawing illustrations for children’s books, curricula, or even video game characters.
If you’ve always wanted to write the next great novel or write non-fiction on a topic you are passionate about, there is no better time than the present. Self-publishing is so simple with companies like Amazon that you could be selling your book the same week you finish it!
Regardless of which side of the argument you fall into, there’s no denying that it’s great traveling the world while teaching your native language and there are many benefits to the “slomad” lifestyle. Teaching might be the job for you if you’d prefer to spend a little longer in each destination.