At the moment there are lots of people world-wide getting schooled and working remotely from their homes. Seeing what’s possible could be a game changer for lots of businesses and their employees.
Benefits of remote working include a more flexible workday, no commuting, more free time to spend with family and friends.
It doesn’t matter if your skills are basic computer or customer service experience, advanced technical skills, or even if you have specialised professional skills. With so many remote jobs around the world, and more cropping up all the time, you’re bound to be able to find a job that will suit you.
Remote working examples
Here’s our top 10 recommendations on careers to explore if you think working remotely from home (or from any other location you choose), is a career option that could work for you.
- Call Centre Staff
- Customer Service Assistants
- IT workers including:
- Web developer
- Graphic Designer
- Cloud Architects
- Security Engineers and analysts
- Computer programmer
- App and other software developers
- Help Desk
- Online Sales Representatives
- Teachers and Tutors (including TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language))
- Business administration roles including:
- Virtual Assistants
- Data entry
- Finance jobs such as:
- Writing gigs such as:
- Copy writer
- Social Media content creator
- Online and email marketing jobs e.g.:
- Small business owners including but in no way limited to:
For more information about specific jobs, including an overview of duties, average salary in Australia, as well as qualifications and pathways, have a look at our job spotlights, we post news ones each week.
If you’re interested in learning a little more about some of the companies who successfully hire millions of remote workers in 2020 you can read about them here.
Still not sure if remote working is an option for you? Find out what 2,500 remote workers had to say about what they think are the biggest benefits and struggles in this article.