The digital nomad era is upon us, and it shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. Professionals are increasingly making use of the wonders of the Internet to travel the world and work flexible hours suited to their lifestyle. Those who have yet to adopt this fun-loving way of life often aspire to do just that.
If you’re looking to begin your journey to becoming a digital nomad or seeking your next position, you’ve come to the right place. Here are all the best places for digital nomads to find work!
Upwork connects businesses to various freelancers, and it is one of the most popular and trusted websites of its kind. There are a wide variety of positions that are posted on the site, and it is a great place to go for beginner-level jobs.
Registering as a freelancer on Upwork is completely free, but the service does take a small percentage of your earnings depending on how much money you make. Just make sure you create a stellar profile, and the small amount of money that is taken will be well worth it!
This staff monitoring website that uses time tracking software is free to use for both job seekers and employers. Hubstaff works by letting its users browse for jobs based on the skills they’ve picked out. The jobs that come up range from full-time positions to fixed price, to hourly wages.
You can also let potential employers come to you by creating a profile that emphasizes your skill set!
If you don’t vibe with the traditional job application process, Fiverr is a great option! Instead of applying directly to job postings, you create your own jobs (also known as “gigs”) that you are willing to do for a set price.
Another significant aspect of this job marketplace is the option to offer extras that employers can purchase in addition to your main gig.
Remote OK was made by the very well-known digital nomad website Nomadlist.com. It is specifically designed to help remote workers find a job they can do anywhere, hence the name.
Simply use their search feature and job categories to find something suited to your travel needs!
Indeed is a tried-and-true site for job searching that has millions of listings on it. In fact, it very well may be the largest job market on the web.
Even though it isn’t specifically designed for digital nomads, it’s still a great resource to use if you’re looking for remote work. Make sure you use of their Advanced Job Search function so that only the positions suited to your lifestyle pop up!
There’s no better way to end this list than with our very own Project Spaces job board! This brand new section of our website is the place to go if you’re looking for full-time, part-time, contract, or intern positions. The Project Spaces job board has been designed to showcase the remarkable diversity that exists within our tight-knit community. Come join the fun!