Let us first say that full time RVer or Digital Nomad isn’t a job title but an entire type of job that you can do from just about anywhere (as long as you have a Internet connection). However you title a full time on the road traveler there are plenty of opportunities in this nomad lifestyle. AND it IS a lifestyle. Whether you are a RVer, Van Lifer, or even a Skoolie, nomad jobs might be freelance writing, web design, virtual assistant work, social media consulting, or even day trading. You might that start a blog that sells affiliate ads. Everyone has a value to share.
The hard work comes on the front end in finding this type of career or switching from a traditional office format to working remotely. You might ask your employer if they would be open to working from home a few days a week to prove that you are capable. Now that we have all changed working habbits from 2020, this might be a good time to ask about remote working.
Remote work can also be found on websites like Upwork and FlexJobs.
- The upside: flexibility.
- The downside: being tied down to places with quality Internet, which can be difficult in certain parts of the world, and having to work while everyone else is enjoying themselves traveling.
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We are putting virtual assistant at the top of the list because they are in high demand! They can assist in managing your schedule and email, providing customer support, creating social media updates, writing website content, editing photos, and so much more.
Do you love sharing stories and your experiences while traveling? This is one good option for you, whether you love to write, or document your travels by taking videos. Just know that making a living as a blogger or vlogger takes a bit of work before an income can be achieved. It’s best to lay the groundwork early! VERY EARLY
Do you have a way with words or are you proficient in other languages? You can find freelance writing, translating, and transcribing jobs in many online job marketplaces.
Amazon FBA Business
You sell it, they ship it. Amazon has one of the most advanced fulfillment networks in the world. With Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA), you store your products in Amazon’s fulfillment centers, and they pick, pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products. If you like bargin shopping and would like to “resell” that item. This might be the biz for you.
Rover (Dog Sitting)
Want to get paid to play with dogs while working from home? Rover makes it easy and promotes you to the nation’s largest network of pet parents. Huge opportunity since most National Parks don’t let dogs on the trails. Not to mention people in RV Parks often are working outside of the RV Park which gives you an opportunity to pet sit and make a few dollars.
What about the work that doesn’t fit into any other category? This might be cleaning RV Park for a free site. Or RV Park Maintenance for trade. Camphosting is another way to get a free place to stay. www.camphost.org is a good starting point
Seasonal Work that Pays
If you like hard work that pays but only for a few weeks. Check out the Best Harvest every year in Montana. You will be working for the sugar company receiving the beets from the farmers. Anyone can do this job as long as you can be on your feet 12 hours a day and endure what can be difficult weather. Your reward will be a very high wage and a lot of money in your pocket in a short time.
Beet Harvest – (As Seen in the Nomadland Movie)
This is the best time as you travel to think outside the box. So many different ways to earn some cash on the road. Sometimes it’s a matter of staying put for a few months. Other times it’s passive income while traveling from place to place. Other times it’s just old fashion hard work of running a business. The only difference is that…you are in a RV.
If you would like more ideas of Nomad Jobs, come join us on ClubHouse APP. Just go to www.fulltimervliving.club and get the invite today.