11 Location Independent Businesses and Jobs You Can Start From Anywhere
Being able to work remotely, from anywhere in the world, is not just a trend, but a way of life.
And it’s a way of life that has gathered nothing but steam since the start of the Pandemic
Now, of course, the whole concept of being a location-independent business entrepreneur is not just about working remotely…
But about setting up your business, investments, savings, and whatever else matters in countries that offer you more financial, tax, and lifestyle benefits.
And Not everyone who desires this level of freedom has the means of setting up a physical business on the other side of the world.
Besides, a physical business will never offer you real independence anyway.
Obviously one of the easiest ways of gaining location freedom is by establishing an online business.
But there are more opportunities than just selling books, courses, or physical products online.
So here are 11 remote businesses and jobs that are proven to work, as well as the professional skills you need to guarantee their success.
I can almost guarantee you’ve never thought of number 8.
But it, or one of the others could be right up your alley, even if you never thought your current or dream career could be done remotely.
Number 1 – iOS and Android App Development
Apps aren’t going away – and neither are the people who create them. Having the ability to create apps for iOS or Android is a highly desired skill and if you have a significant amount of experience, you’ll be able to make a substantial amount of money while working from wherever you’re most inspired.
Number 2 – Customer Success Support Engineering
As the go-to resource when a tech company’s clients have questions, you’re set up for financial success as a Customer Success Support Engineer with years of experience in connectivity, firewalls, and customer support.
Our team works with several support engineers, and I don’t know where most of them are, most of the time.
Number 3 – Virtual Attorney
Using just the word “Attorney” may be too broad a term for the hundreds
of jobs that can fall under this category.
There are so many facets to the law – and there are virtual Attorney positions available for each of them.
For example, you can become a virtual patent lawyer, a remote research lawyer, a location independent estate attorney and, well, you get the picture.
If you have a legal background and are looking for an opportunity that is a bit more flexible than a traditional law firm, look into setting up a virtual law firm.
We work with virtual law firms and would greatly welcome more of them being available.
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Number 4 – User Experience Research
If you’ve always had an innate ability to see what a customer is interested in, what they’re stuck on, and how to move them through the funnel, you may want to set up as a User Experience Researcher.
In this remote career, you’ll work with clients to analyze their current website and sales processes and recommend solutions that will increase customer satisfaction and ultimately, revenue.
Since this job is entirely digital, it can be done remotely without any extra effort.
Number 5 – Senior Business Analyst
As a Senior Business Analyst, your job has a few major responsibilities.
First to make sure that everything is running smoothly, then to test for bugs in software, troubleshoot technical issues, and keep everything up to your customer’s standards.
Number 6 – DevOps Engineer
As a DevOps Engineer, you’re the one who is holding your company’s digital presence together through web and app infrastructure, the creation of new tools to make the business run more efficiently, and constant improvement to your system’s performance.
Number 7 – Project Management
Project Managers are some of the most organized professionals in the workplace.
If you decide to pursue this profession, you’ll be in charge of every aspect of a project from workflows, approval processes, task management, and prioritization to cost proposals and execution.
While traditionally this job has been done in an office, the pandemic has proven that with online collaboration tools such as zoom, it's no longer required.
Number 8 – Teleradiology
Obviously, most traditional medical professions can only be done in a hospital or clinic setting.
They require the professional to see the patient in person to diagnose and treat illness or injury.
That’s not the case with teleradiology.
If you’re a Teleradiologist, you’ll be able to view x-rays from a home office or other location and report back to your patients on your findings – no white coat required.
Right now, teleradiology jobs are scarce as they are just starting to become accepted in the medical community so if you see an opportunity, we’d suggest jumping on it quickly.
Number 9 – Speech-Language Pathology
Like virtual teachers, Speech-Language Pathologists use video communication technology to work with their clients.
And there’s no reason they can’t do it from anywhere in the world.
If you decide to become a Speech-Language Pathologist, you can evaluate clients using different types of software, execute treatment plans through consistent video meetings, and track patients’ progress using varied techniques.
Number 10 -Benefits Administration
You may think that as a Benefits Administrator you would need to be able to work face-to-face with your Clients.
Digital communication has come a long way and along with email and online human resources software, video call tools are now the go-to tool for human resources professionals.
And finally, Number 11 – Recruiter
As a Recruiter, your job is to bring in the best candidates for your client’s job openings.
And many recruiters work as freelancers or for their own agencies.
How much better would it be if you didn’t have to report to a centralized office every day?
I know for a fact this is the dream job because I have a friend here in Panama doing it.
Well, he was, here in Panama.
the last I heard he was busy exploring his options in Mexico, or some other far-off land.
While still earning a living as he played on the beach.
Look, technology is freeing up more and more businesses to be run from anywhere and enterprising entrepreneurs are taking advantage of it by inventing new twists on existing careers.
At the same time, countries in the west like Canada and the US are becoming more draconian, regulated, and taxed to death.
So, the responsibility for finding more freedom in the unfree world falls on you.
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