If I can't become a digital nomad in the next 6 years I'm going to jump into the polar bear exhibit at the zoo.
Software/web development seems to be the gold standard job for be becoming a digital nomad but it also seems to be extremely competitive to get into and you have to be cut out for it. I'm going to attempt to learn it but I'm looking for other career paths to fall back on if I suck at development.
Please list remote jobs that are suited for digital nomading (i.e. you can easily do them in any country without getting in trouble) that a person of average intelligence in their late twenties could feasibly get into within 2-6 years of hard studying/work.