While so many jobs can be done remotely today, there are always a few that don’t seem compatible with remote work at first glance. We’re taking a look at nine jobs that you may be surprised to hear are fully remote. Whether due to improved technology, or progressive movements within the industry, all of the jobs below offer full remote working in areas you may have not considered before—medical, theater, and retail, to name a few.
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9 Jobs You May Be Surprised to Hear Are Fully Remote
This surprising remote job will develop merchandising style guides and ensure consistency across product lines, develop marketing copy, develop promotion budgets, compile product page enhancements, and more.
Working from home on a flexible schedule, the captioner will caption a variety of media, including classic TV shows, modern movies, and educational videos.
A fully remote finance director is needed at a healthcare company to guide financial decisions by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing policies and procedures.
The electronic submissions publisher will assist with the finalization and publishing of regulatory documents for electronic submission. A degree and 1-2 years’ experience with electric submissions needed.
This remote job will establish methodologies for management of quality, technical, and adverse event complaint records. Ten or more years’ experience and a bachelor’s degree in science or engineering are required.
The licensed clinician will work from home to help people with drug and alcohol recovery. The clinician will maintain accurate records and advocate for clients.
The online professor will develop and deliver eLearning courses in theater to students at a university. A doctoral degree or MFA in theater is required.
The paid advertising specialist will work fully remotely to contribute to ongoing advertising process and systems improvement, manage campaigns, evaluate new strategies, and more.
This position will help the CEO prepare for meetings, coordinate correspondence, manage the CEO’s schedule, etc. Four or more years of experience are needed for this remote job.
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