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In this video, I’ll be sharing over 20 remote jobs and work-from-home ideas perfect for RV digital nomads. Whether you’re working from your computer on the road or from the comfort of your home, these opportunities can help you earn money online from anywhere.

In my last video, I covered four ways to make money online in your spare time. These were quick cash ideas, not full-time remote positions, but I’ve received numerous inquiries about finding legitimate remote jobs and part-time gigs. People often ask, “Brandi, how do you work from home and find remote jobs?”

With over eight years of experience as a digital nomad, I’ve explored various avenues for finding both full-time and part-time remote work. In this video, I’ll share my go-to resources for finding remote jobs, whether you’re starting out or looking for professional gigs.

I’ve also posted jobs as a business owner, hiring remote workers for tasks like video editing, graphic design, spreadsheet management, and virtual assistance. If you have a professional skill, there’s likely a remote job for you.

Finding remote work requires effort and dedication, similar to a traditional job search. Treat it seriously, and dedicate time each day to searching for opportunities. Stay tuned, and I’ll guide you on how to find that perfect remote job.

When searching for remote work opportunities online, I categorize my recommendations into four key areas. Let’s talk about where to find those.

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Remote Jobs & Job Boards

These platforms are perfect for finding remote work, whether you’re living in an RV, at home, in an Airbnb, or staying in a hotel. If you have the necessary skills, you can secure full-time remote positions through these websites. These jobs allow you to work from your computer, eliminating the need for a traditional office environment. Here are 13 excellent platforms to find remote jobs:

Online & Remote Work From Home Job Boards

  1. RVer Job Exchange “Remote Work”: A platform offering a variety of remote work opportunities.
  2. Zip Recruiter: A widely recognized job board with numerous remote job listings.
  3. Flex Jobs: A well-known site specializing in remote and flexible job opportunities.
  4. LinkedIn “Jobs”: Often underrated for job searches, LinkedIn is an excellent resource. Many employers allow you to apply using your LinkedIn profile, so ensure it’s updated and complete. You can also directly search for remote jobs on LinkedIn.
  5. Dynamite Jobs: A great resource for finding remote work.
  6. Remote OK: A popular platform for remote job listings.
  7. Jobspresso: Another reliable site for remote job searches.
  8. Working Nomads: Specializes in jobs for digital nomads.
  9. We Work Remotely: A well-known site with a vast array of remote job opportunities.
  10. Remote Co: Offers a variety of remote job listings.
  11. Skip The Drive: Focuses on remote job opportunities across various fields.
  12. Remoters: A site dedicated to remote work positions.
  13. Workew: Provides numerous remote job listings.

Freelance Jobs, Contract Jobs, & Gigs

The next set of recommendations falls into three categories: freelance jobs, contract jobs, and gigs. These opportunities are perfect for those seeking part-time, project-based work rather than full-time positions. Here are five excellent platforms for finding freelance work:

  1. RVer Job Exchange (Freelance Section): This platform has a dedicated section for freelance work, making it a versatile option.
  2. Fiverr: Known for its $5 gigs, Fiverr also offers higher-paying opportunities, including Fiverr Pro, where experienced freelancers can charge premium rates. It’s an excellent platform to build your portfolio and gain client reviews.
  3. UpWork: A popular site for freelancers, offering a wide range of job categories from virtual assistance to web development. It also handles payment transactions, making it secure for both freelancers and clients.
  4. Freelancer: As the name suggests, this site focuses on freelance work across various fields. It’s a good place to find diverse project-based jobs.
  5. ProBlogger: Ideal for writers, Pro Blogger offers writing gigs that often require candidates to have blogging experience. It’s a great platform for finding specialized writing jobs, even in technical fields like mechanical engineering.

These platforms are excellent starting points for finding part-time and freelance work. They allow you to take on small projects for different companies, which can sometimes lead to more extensive, long-term work. Using these platforms, you can showcase your skills and potentially convert part-time gigs into full-time opportunities. They also provide a way to build client relationships and expand your professional network. Just remember that while these platforms often discourage taking clients off their system, they offer secure payment options and can help manage your transactions efficiently.

Specific Companies Hiring Remote Workers

These companies provide various remote work opportunities, from transcription and tutoring to customer service, allowing you to find a role that fits your skills and schedule. Here are four specific companies that are actively hiring remote workers:

  1. Amazon “Virtual Locations”: Amazon offers various remote positions through its Virtual Locations program. Unlike Amazon Mechanical Turk, which offers micro-tasks for quick cash, Virtual Locations provides full-time roles, such as customer service positions.
  2. Belay: Belay hires remote workers for various online jobs. Many RVers work for this company, taking on roles that match their skills. You apply, and Belay assesses whether you are a good fit for their team.
  3. This transcription service pays people to transcribe audio and video files. While Rev uses AI for automated transcriptions, they also rely on human transcribers for accuracy. Rates can range from 30 to 60 cents per minute, and those proficient in foreign languages can earn even more.
  4. PrePly: Preply is a platform where teachers and tutors can offer their services, especially in foreign languages. It’s an excellent opportunity for educators to conduct remote tutoring sessions.

Other Remote Jobs, Work-From-Home Jobs & Opportunities

These platforms offer diverse opportunities for remote work, from naming and branding to graphic design, catering to a wide range of skills and interests. For those seeking remote work opportunities, especially RV digital nomads, here are some additional ways to make money from home:

  1. RVer Job Exchange “Peer to Peer”: This platform offers a variety of ways to earn money, including remote work, freelance jobs, and peer-to-peer opportunities. It’s a great starting point for anyone looking to utilize their skills and find flexible work options.
  2. Naming Force: If you have a knack for coming up with names and taglines, Naming Force is a fun platform where you can earn money by submitting winning names for companies.
  3. Brand New Name: Another branding and naming website where you can get paid for your creative naming ideas.
  4. SquadHelp: A platform similar to Naming Force, allowing you to participate in naming contests and get paid if your entry is selected.
  5. 48 HoursLogo: A site where designers can create logos in a competitive setting. Winning designs earn a cash prize.
  6. 99 Designs: A popular site for graphic designers to compete in design contests or find freelance design projects. It’s a great way to showcase your creativity and earn money.

So now you’re equipped with over 20 diverse ways, precisely 28, to work remotely from your RV, embracing the lifestyle of a digital nomad like myself. These opportunities encompass remote jobs and platforms where you can leverage your professional skills to earn money online.

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If we haven’t officially met, Hi I’m Blogging Brandi, an EX-Corporate Kool-Aid Drinker, born to be a Blogger, Creator, Digital Nomad, and Entrepreneur who loves RVing while running my own business on the road! Over 9 years ago, I traded my sticks & bricks lifestyle for a life on wheels. Quit my job, sold my house, and everything else, and then bought an RV! First, was a Travel Trailer, then Van Life, and eventually Motorhome Living! I created RVersity (RV + University) out of my love-hate relationship with RV Life!

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