Digital nomad life is full of traveling, adventures and remote work. Sometimes you don’t notice how the time passes by as you get carried away with work and frequent traveling plans.

Even though remote work gives you an opportunity for a flexible schedule, it can get overwhelming over a long period of time.

To enrich your nomadic lifestyle with more self-education and exploration you can always take a breather and switch to a part-time job. Here’s how to do it

Where to start?

Prioritize all your skills and choose the ones you would like to proceed with as a side work.

For example, if you love writing, you can work as a part-time content writer or a copywriter.

And if you’re thinking of spicing up things a little you can always take online courses and acquire new skills that will help in your pursue of part-time job.

Another option is to look for part-time job openings and choose whichever sounds good for you and fits your requirements. From this you can identify the areas and skills that you need to improve before you apply.

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Before starting your search for a part-time job, also think about what kind of schedule do you want to have. Some part-time jobs require working in shifts. This might be a great option if you have a flexible schedule and are able to work for a variety of hours during day or night.

However, if you’re looking for part-time job for certain hours, make sure to check that in advance. After all, finding a part-time job is about making your digital nomad lifestyle more convenient.

Keep in mind that the process of finding a part-time job is very much the same as finding full-time jobs. So make sure your resume is up-to-date and your cover letter reflects your strong sides when you apply for a position.

Industries that offer part-time jobs

Pretty much all industries offer part-time jobs ranging from entry-level to managerial positions. However, some industries such as technology, education, management and administration are well-known for hiring part-time workers.

The majority of popular jobs for digital nomads are within these industries. So if you already have a skill-set connected to these spheres – all you have to do is pinpoint the differences between part-time and full-time positions to be able to estimate your workload more flexibly.

Note: You can use Working Nomads platform and filter out all the part-time remote nomad jobs in your preferred categories.

  • Education

If you love teaching and passing on your knowledge to others, tutoring is a great part-time option. You can teach short-term or long-term language courses to students through online telecommunication platforms and help them prepare for upcoming exams.

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You will be able to set up the work schedule yourself and make changes in case of emergencies. You can also make your calls more productive by using the Krisp app. No matter what telecommunications platform you use for tutoring, you can use Krisp to mute background noise from you and all the other participants.

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  • Technology

Since technology covers a big variety of job positions connected to creating, promoting and managing technology and media, you will find a match for your skill in any project.

Whether you are a web developer, graphic designer, social media/content manager you can join a small project and work part-time to deliver a limited set of tasks on a day-to-day basis. Part-time openings are usually available in fiverr or upwork.

This option is also fairly flexible and will allow you to prioritize your work tasks and personal activities accordingly and save more time.

Note: There are useful productivity apps that will help you manage your time and keep track of your work at all times. These will help automate the technical aspect of your work and leave more space for your nomad activities.

  • Management & Administration

If you have a knack for managing and want to participate in projects outside of the technology field, you can always opt for part-time project manager positions and engage in event organization. Experience in these fields will be a great plus, but keep in mind that the work schedule may take more time and effort to set up and manage.

Otherwise administrative jobs such as virtual assistance, customer service representative, personal or executive assistant can benefit you just as well.

Note: There are plenty of remote work websites that offer full-time and part-time jobs at all times.To find the best opportunities at the right time, go over the ones that are fit for you the most and you’ll encounter your lucky find.

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Part-time hiring companies

World Wide 101

If you’re interested in administration, World Wide 101 can be a great place to find a job. The whole team works location-independently, so they know how to manage part-time nomads. They can offer you jobs with backgrounds in administration, marketing, project management and else.

Kaplan

If you have experience with passing tests, you’ve probably heard of Kaplan. Kaplan is the world’s largest test preparation organization. The part-time jobs they offer include but don’t limit to professional education, teachers, tutors, marketing, sales, customer service. To apply for these positions you’re required to have a bachelor degree and at least some educational experience.

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Abbott

Abbott is famous for its products in the healthcare industry. It has offices in the USA, Europe, Canada, Middle East, and Africa so the time-zones vary.

If you have experience in marketing, software development, analysis, and accounting or any other sphere, make sure to send your CV, they usually look for different kinds of telecommuters.

LanguageLineSolution

No matter which language you know – English, Russian, Spanish, or Somali – you can find a suitable job at Language Line Solution, which is the world’s largest interpretational platform.

They provide phone, video and onsite interpretation services as well as localization and translation services. You can join and work together with professional linguists who specialize in more than 240 languages and facilitate over 35 million interactions.

Vipkids

Another great option for those who want to work in the education sphere is Vipkid The company is based in China and is focused on teaching English to children between 4-12 years old in an international atmosphere.

The classes are held on one-on-one basis and you have a possibility to teach different students for each session. You can have a flexible work schedule since the classes are booked based on the availability of the tutor and the length of one class is only half an hour.

 

We hope that you’ll get inspired by the big variety of job opportunities in the world! Find the one that fits you best and enjoy your life!