Best Remote Jobs for Nomading

ITT: We talk about the best remote jobs for nomading

I'll start

Digital Marketing, Specifically Ads (Google Etc) : Lots of remote jobs and opportunities to freelance remotely. Get certs in Google Ads (free)

Data Analyst: Apparently most in demand field at the moment, @DigitalBromad is a data analyst is always traveling, learn data analytics programs like Excel, Tableu, SQL

IT: I've heard of some jobs in this field being remote but not too sure, would probably have to work in person first then move into remote, would also have to get certs

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  1. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >Get certs in Google Ads (free)
    neat, thanks for the infos

  2. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >Get certs in Google Ads (free)

    ]And do what with it?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Get a job as a Google ads specialist also PPC Specialist

      Do I have to spoonfeed everything here?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      put it on your resume

  3. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    But what about generalist jobs?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      There's remote data entry and remote virtual assistant jobs

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >remote virtual assistant jobs

        Yeah, it's outsourced for $3/hr to Flippinos...

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Just go live in the Philippines then

  4. 1 year ago
    Not based

    Stay home lbh.

  5. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >digital marketing
    >data analyst
    >General IT

    Sorry to rain on your parade, but these jobs don't at all pay well enough to sustain an enjoyable remote life. Maybe 1 in a 1000 of these types of jobs will pay enough.
    Don't give people false hopes.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      IT jobs "don't at all pay well enough to sustain an enjoyable remote life"?
      You're trolling, right?

  6. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Unfortunately AI is really killing junior data analyst demand. You might be ok for a few years, but basic analysis is easily done by AI now. If you're a data scientist, then that's a different story, but you'll need the qualifications.

    Digital marketing is also becoming more about machine learning and AI. Google itself pivoted away from being 'mobile-first' to being 'AI-first' as long ago as 2017 (which is why it's surprising that ChatGPT caught them with their pants down so easily).

    My recommendation is to find a niche and specialise in it. Some examples:

    Local search: optimise the local search presence for small businesses. It won't pay well, but it's really easy to spot businesses that can be improved and offer them a free consultation.

    ASO (app store optimisation) - so many brands, even big ones, not doing it. It's incredibly easy, especially in iOS since Apple's machine learning is pretty much non-existent.

    Reputation management - helping to optimise positive reviews and sweep negative reviews/search results under the carpet. Again, really easy - there's a reason so many companies have good trustpilot scores.

    Anything YouTube/video content related. Believe it or not, there is still a massive shortage of people that can manage YouTube channels, edit or create video content. Even big brands struggle to create enough regular engaging content. It's also an area that's really hard for AI to handle, and whilst certain countries are quite established, there are still tons of countries where video is still quite immature.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Been working for an ecommerce company for a couple years now. I started in customer service but am now an amazon marketplace specialist. any ideas where to take my career next, what certs to get? I got the google digital marketing ome and have been learning more about amazon marketing.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Amazon marketing is a decent, if slightly boring place to be. Amazon isn't going anywhere and there are a limited number of people that specialise in it, just lots of agencies that claim to do everything,

        You could probably become a marketplace specialist. There are always new start-up marketplaces trying to gain traction, or you might be able to become a consultant for businesses selling on Amazon.

        If you're interested in the buying and selling, then maybe take a look at procurement.

        Or you could specialise in user journeys, as your experience is a good starting point for knowing user behaviour and what users want.

        If you're feeling brave, start your own Amazon business. Doesn't have to be drop-shipping, you just need to spot the opportunities. I have a friend who sells high end kitchen bins and does pretty well from it.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Thanks for the advice. I like the idea of working remotely in another country and then finding new business oppurtunities while I'm there, like procurement or my own amazon business.

  7. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    How much money can I make teaching English online assuming I'm a native speaker and have a TESOL cert? Any specific tips or website recommendations?

  8. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Any advice here won't be valid within the next 3 years.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I've been remote since 2016. I work in cyber security.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        You had a good run than most

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/dx6pycN.gif

      Nomading is next to impossible to pull off. The people "doing it" are the ones who already have a significant amount of savings/investments they can dip into when their income fluctuates. Not to mention your employer may not even allow you to work abroad, which means you're going to be lying through your teeth to them and the authorities each and every time you relocate. And if they do allow it then you'd be working odd hours of the day or night. We all want the nomad dream but in this day and age you'd be better off just working at McDonald's for a year and saving your money for a big trip. No one here has any fricking idea they just post job titles that are remote but they don't actually understand how impossible this whole situation is.

      Millions do it. It's not hard if you have something like a Comp Sci degree/IT skills. Get the skills employers need so YOU can dictate the terms.

  9. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Nomading is next to impossible to pull off. The people "doing it" are the ones who already have a significant amount of savings/investments they can dip into when their income fluctuates. Not to mention your employer may not even allow you to work abroad, which means you're going to be lying through your teeth to them and the authorities each and every time you relocate. And if they do allow it then you'd be working odd hours of the day or night. We all want the nomad dream but in this day and age you'd be better off just working at McDonald's for a year and saving your money for a big trip. No one here has any fricking idea they just post job titles that are remote but they don't actually understand how impossible this whole situation is.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      The odd hours are a b***h, I’ll give you that. But it’s not insurmountable. I have to wake up at 3 am to be on teams meetings but then I crash back out for a few hours and go get lunch and some beers. Get most of my work done offline, send out emails, and am finished by 7 pm. It’s still worth it because I’m banking money like a mad man.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I'm literally in a telegram chat with guys in Mexico and Colombian fricking pussi and working remotely

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Absolute Black person shit

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          >Liking ass is now Black person shit

          Ask me how I know you like flatassed east Asians with boyish bodies

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            No, preferring ass over breasts makes you a nog. Especially that “fat” ass crap with all the trashy twerking

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              you can like both anon.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        WHOMST?

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          me

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          An escort I frick

          We've made a couple of videos fricking

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            Go on.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        I can’t fricking stand that there’s mediocre white dorks living my dreams just because they know how to clickity clack on their homosexual keyboard a little better than me (dw im a white guy)

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      the hours are the real drawback to the digital nomad meme. I have to be on Los Angeles time. Sure I can travel around the US, but Europe and Asia is too much as I would be working at night and sleep during the days. Why even bother be in a foreign country.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        You didn't even consider South America or the Caribbean?

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Yeah, there are places in Latin America where you run no more risk than you would in any US city. The timezone difference is minimal and you can save a lot of money living there.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        spain or portugal isn't bad at all because nobody goes out till 10pm anyways.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          >spain or portugal isn't bad at all because nobody goes out till 10pm anyways.
          This, Spain + East Coast American remote salary = paradise

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      skill issue. if you are good at what you do in a white collar job and have the XP/credentials to back it up you use freedom as a remote worker as a negotiating point. Yeah, legally i'm not allowed to work remote in another country for some tax reason. But here's the thing, my company doesn't track my location and doesn't ask any questions as long as i show up to my meetings and get my work done. There's no proof on their end or mine that im not in the US so the results of an audit are bupkiss. digital nomading is a don't ask dont tell relationship that you have to ask for when taking a new position.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >don't ask dont tell
        >you have to ask for when taking a new position
        im confused

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          you don't ask directly. you say "oh i might work at my relatives/friends house in (somewhere nearby), thats cool right?" and gauge the reaction. if they bombard with all kinds of company policy about travel and shit and seem like they're gonna be up your ass about knowing where you are at all times then maybe find a different company or never mention it again and figure out how to do shit on the sly. these people aren't stupid, most of them don't care, they have to pretend to care if and only if you are doing shit like having a Teams meeting on the beach in Bali or some shit.

          the number one reason ive found that most companies care about this shit and make policies around it are not because of taxes but because of other employees in the company getting wind of it and being jealous as frick that they can't do it, so they make a huge stink about it with management. as long as you never tell anyone about your lifestyle your boss won't care.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            Got ya, im in a job atm where I'd reckon if I asked about it the manager would be fine with it as long as I don't pull the piss, but there's always the chance he'd say not to risk it and then the cats out of the bag and if he gets any hint I'm abroad I'd get fricked.
            So maybe better to say naught. I'd only be +1-3 hours out of my timezone anyways so it's not like I'd have to flip my schedule

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              if thats the case i'd recommend a few things. 1) get to know the guys in the IT department. if its 1 guy who's loaded for bear on work and is scrambling to constantly put out fires or is a lazy moron then you have very little to worry about. 2) use a VPN. that IT dude would have to specifically have it out for you to catch you.

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                I do need to do some digging on the IT crew, they're based in a different office so don't know much about their setup. As for VPN wouldn't I have to have it installed on the laptop which would be risky in itself?

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                nope, you can get a VPN router thats external to the laptop.

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                ill look into it thanks mate

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            >these people aren't stupid, most of them don't care, they have to pretend to care if and only if you are doing shit like having a Teams meeting on the beach in Bali or some shit.
            This. At my company, we don't even show ourselves on Zoom.

            Caveat: In an industry where they're obliged by the law to care, like aerospace or whatever, don't even try it. They'll know.

  10. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Im a plain old mechanical engineer doing HVAC design, licensed in 11 states, and I work fully remote.

  11. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Passed my Comptia A+, taking network+ next week. What should be the next move? Apply for remote help desk gig or security+?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Anon certs will help you land the interview, experience will help you land a job. Work on getting experience. If your goal is to end up in cybersecurity, develop a foundation in general IT with an emphasis on networking. I would also recommend learning some python. Not for development, but for scripting.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >how do I get an entry-level tech job?
        >just get tech job experience, bro.
        Thanks for that valuable insight, anon.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Or you could do some lab work. You need to be doing things hands on instead of reading a book taking tests. Good luck to you.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          look man, you don't just end up in a fully remote position out the bat unless you are extremely lucky. the %100 remote thing is a negotiating point and is offered to guys who have XP, usually at a discount salary rate because the employers know exactly what you are going to go do with that level of freedom (IE frick off to some thirdie c**t where the dollar stretches a mile). sorry you gotta pay some dues, thems the breaks kid.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Not surprisig to hear that attitude surprising coming from a cert monkey.

  12. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >how do i get a sick %100 remote job with no skills or degree or experience?

    yeah, college is a meme right?

  13. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >Digital Marketing

    Been there done that, anything marketing, content, sales or copywrite related is an absolute pain in the ass. A typical task for these kind of jobs is:

    >Find the missing comma in this raw data excel file

    >2 pajeets muddled up this sheet with 357 strings of sentences, you better correct the grammar and no I don't know which one they did and no I won't give you access to the main copy with all the information on it, it's classified

    >Duplicitous chink tells you you're doing a great job and runs to manager tells you you're doing a shit job because you forgot to enter that link from the 20 other links you did correctly.

    >c**ty roasties pokes holes in your logic and work flow publicly in the chat group because she's in a comfortable position to judge and ensure you do your work

    You'll be treated like shit the whole time to, and the fact they know you're abroad in the sun will make them hate you even more.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      And to add, any company willing to hire (easily replaceable) remote workers do so out of necessity, because they can't find any better ones locally or they cannot get away with paying the local ones dirt cheap with no insurance or benefits. So they find remote workers who are in a grey area.

      These companies are often shit with failing internal systems that are incredibly non-intuitive and grating. Systems where there are hundreds of bugs and small little niggles that plagues your workflow and there's always these random bits of information you need to note down but you fail to remember them because you got stacks of other notes on top of it addressing other problems that come and go. There will always be a comfortable braphog sitting stop all these calling you out on every mistake you make due to a shit messy system by the way.

  14. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Teleradiology is BY FAR the best digital nomad job. It's not even close.

    pros
    >pay ranges from 400k-800k+ depending on how much you work
    >usually 7-on/7-off, or 7-on/14-off
    >night shift, 10pm to 7am or similar is common
    >can make more money by doing more work
    >remote work is very common
    >can even work part time if you want

    cons
    >getting the necessary qualifications
    >you will only see in black and white

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >getting the necessary qualifications
      Yeah, if you're thinking of doing this as an American, have fun putting your life off until your mid-30's. Even once you finish your residency, you'll be stuck working for the hospital. Why? Because the malpractice insurance will bankrupt you.

      Medicine requires a lot of sacrifices. You can't just go into it for the money, your heart has to be in it.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        > Even once you finish your residency, you'll be stuck working for the hospital. Why? Because the malpractice insurance will bankrupt you.
        Malpractice insurance is like... the 100th reason on the list of why you will be working for a hospital. The cost is negligible compared to your salary.

        >You can't just go into it for the money, your heart has to be in it.
        Bullshit, there are loads of doctors that are just in it for the fat stacks, or because their parents told them to become doctors, or because they had something to prove.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          >Bullshit, there are loads of doctors that are just in it for the fat stacks, or because their parents told them to become doctors, or because they had something to prove.
          My point was... there are much easier ways of getting wealthy than becoming a doctor. They could go to law school instead. They could lrn2code. They could start a business. They could do literally anything else.

          Instead, they sign up for a lifetime of long hours and sacrifice. Which is great for the people who have it in them, but that's just not me. I need my work-life balance. I'm doing ok despite the fact that I'm not on call in the middle of the fricking night in my 20's.

  15. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Would copywriting for a software development company and remote teaching (communication & software/hardware troubleshooting) be worth putting on a resume if applying for a service/help desk job?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      I put my bodycount and combat injuries from my multiple deployments on my CV and got hired instantly at my last desk job. The hiring manager asked me about it and I said I was proud to kill terrorists for the USA, and he shook my hand.

  16. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    What's the best source to become an Google Ads expert?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/9702955

      It's free, and it'll massively help you stand out against anyone that doesn't have it.

      Other than that, it's just experience that counts. People want case studies 'I helped grow this account from x to x, I reduced CPA by $x, I grew ROI by $x' etc.

      Google ads is becoming more and more automated though, I would personally focus on affiliate marketing, app marketing, referral marketing, or local search, but it's still good to have Google Ads certifications and knowledge.

  17. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Whats the best route, if any, for a stupid person with no skills to get a remote job that they can travel with?

    When I say stupid I mean bottom rung jobs. I would be happy to make $15/hr remotely and would be willing to dedicate time to learning something to get that

  18. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    How do you sleep at night doing these bullshit jobs that add nothing to society?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Name one modern job that isn’t bullshit and contributed to society that isn’t a doctor

  19. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I’m convinced that there are paid demoralization shills on SighSee to FUD remote work as much as possible because they don’t want more educated white men escaping the US pussy prison. Same with “much ChatGPT will replace all programmers in 2 weeks.”

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Being a DN just makes people salty as frick dude. I stopped telling people about my lifestyle because they just end up seethe coping to the max. Women especially get visibly angry and try to poke holes in the way I’m living “well what about this and that and the other thing” or my favorite is always “well enjoy it because you can’t do it forever”. The men just look with envy and give heavy sighs as they turn back into their wagie lives. It’s pure jealousy from broke spineless homosexuals.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >I’m convinced that there are paid demoralization shills on SighSee to FUD remote work
      No there aren't you paranoid moron. Yes, there are shills and bots and feds here. But the opportunities for remote work really are in the toilet right now.

      The economy has swung back in favor of employers in professional gigs within the last year. It's not like before when any moron with a couple of github links had a decent chance of getting a remote programming job. Now Facebook and Google engineers are being laid off by the thousands. What are they doing? They're looking for work. You have to compete with them every time you're looking for anything halfway decent these days in software engineering.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Let me guess, muh ChatGPT will replace all programmers in 2 weeks too right? How long has it been since layoffs? Any of these people that want a new job have gotten a new one. ChatGPT also scared midwit redditors into switching majors so tech jobs will unironically moon because of this.

  20. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Freelance CPA

    Can charge home country rates doing WFH from a foreign country

  21. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Freelance writing, web development, scripting, and graphic design... Is what I would have said a few years ago. These have been revolutionized by AI. However, it opens up new lucrative markets
    >guy who knows how to prompt the AI to get what he wants
    >guy who can comb through AI generated articles for inaccuracies and adjust for the current SEO meta
    >guy who can prompt the AI to get an approximation of an image and use photoshop for the finishing touches
    Or you could just find work in the previous field and just use AI to make your life easier.

  22. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    It's crazy how I'm the only DN I've met with a real professional type job. everyone else is a code monkey or doing made up nonsense like "creative strategist".

    I look down my nose at all them.

  23. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Journalism and copywriting are the best imo but you’ve got to start them while you’re going

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >Journalism
      Have fun getting harassed and outright blocked from entering many countries

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Not all journalism is political journalism

  24. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    unless of course you're a good little journo who toes the neoliberal party line, in which case you're fine unless you go to iran or whatever

  25. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I work for a university. I hate it and will probably quit within the week, but they let me work from wherever I want and generally demand very little time and effort.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      What job and why do you hate it?

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        I’m an administrative officer. I mostly manage oversee budgets. I really dislike the university setting, and the people, and the general sense of what a waste of time it all is. Working at a university is sort of a dead-end without a graduate degree.

        do yourself the favor of living the life of an aristocrat in SEA before you decide to give it up. i'm telling you man, its worth a lot.

        I have little interest in SEA. I’ve always wanted to live in Europe. I just can’t afford it.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      do yourself the favor of living the life of an aristocrat in SEA before you decide to give it up. i'm telling you man, its worth a lot.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      What job and why do you hate it?

      I’m also insanely bored. There’s barely any work to be done, which is nice. But I’ll have entire weeks where I have nothing at all to do. When I do have work, it’s so simple and minor that it’s impossible to really give a shit about it.

  26. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >Digital nomad

    What a bunch of pussy bullshit.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      its a shitty buzzword description but calling it "remote working in thirdie countrys to stretch your dollar and bang local women" just doesn't sound right.

  27. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Or even just something like banking where they don't want randos logging in from all over the world

  28. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    just reading the last few replies as a security engineer made me lol

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      tell us how moronic we're being so

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      i think i caveated what you are about to say already. if its a big company with dedicated networks and a robust IT department, yeah a dinky ol' VPN isn't gonna cut it. if your working for someplace that's just running off MS Teams with some basic b***h 2FA, your fine.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      A router/server set up at a relative's residence and a travel router is basically bulletproof for most jobs. You're more likely to expose yourself through simple frick ups.

  29. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I'm a medgay and seriously considering doing telemedicine while traveling.

  30. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I'm overemployed data analyst for JPM and a software engineer for a small startup and spent last summer DNing around UK and Northern Europe. Definitely manageable

  31. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    check out the podcast tropical MBA.

    i'm not sure what's going on globally. COVID fricked up a lot of shit, and ww3 is about to start. AI is going to replace a lot of the low handing fruit.

    I wanted to be a digital nomad homosexual bad. Then I got older and didn't like the idea of traveling to shit holes, always on the move.

    I have a company that manufactures bullshit. I think about selling it, but i'm not sure where I would go. the world is getting worse and worse. I wish I wasn't such a mal content.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      The reality of digital nomadding is that for everyone but a small handful of creatives, having a remote job means your job is unimportant and doesn’t matter. It might pay well, but it doesn’t matter.

  32. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    wtf is with these savior complex replies about bullshit jobs. work to live not live to work, who cares how you do it.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      they are cucked to capitalisms

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