Working online has provided me with the opportunity to travel to my heart’s content, to see so many incredible places around the world, and also to move forward in my life. When I was working as an Au Pair in Europe, I really enjoyed my time there and got to see a lot, but wasn’t really moving forward financially as my income was just enough to fund my travels. At some point, even the most travel obsessed of us, wind up with some other priorities. Whether you want to invest in something or one day own your own home, having an income that has a little cushion for saving becomes more and more important as you get older. If you want to travel, but also want to earn a decent salary, here are some suggestions for four remote jobs you can do while travelling.

1. SEO Content Writing
Content is King online – after all it’s how many websites get their traffic, improve their search engine rankings and convert visitors into buyers. If you enjoy writing and have a knack for it, then there’s definitely money to be made online. I would caution that starting out online content writing can be a bit of a slow starter, but I suggest finding a niche and focusing on that area. Unfortunately “fun things” like writing about travel and beauty are often saturated with people prepared to work almost for free. Industries that pay well and have space in them tend to be markets like software, cryptocurrency and anything tech related. If you’re looking to outsource SEO content creation, click here now to see some great options. And if you’re interested in dab rigs for sale online then you can also find a good range there.

2. Virtual Assistant 
If you’re new to the world of working online, then you might be wondering what exactly a virtual assistant does – well they do everything that a normal assistant does, they just have the added benefit of being able to work from home – maybe even in a different country than their employer. This is a great option for travelling as you are remote so you can work from any country. I suggest looking for positions that don’t have fixed working hours, as it will make it easy as you travel and jump timezones. Focus on positions that are based on a certain number of hours per week rather than set working times, as this will give you the flexibility to enjoy wherever you are.

3. Translation Work
If you speak more than two languages fluently, then you might be able to offer your skills for translation work. Depending on the combination of languages you speak and the demand for translation work, it can pay very well. You can be translating online documents or listening to audio recordings and translation to another language. This can also be a great way to ensure your second (or third) language skills stay fresh!

Working online can be a great way to earn money while travelling or living overseas. You will have more flexibility than in a traditional workplace and being remote means all you need is an internet connection and a laptop to make your living.

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