If you love to travel, having just two or three weeks of vacation time a year can seem a little bit stingy. With so much to see in the world, a few weeks can feel like…well…just not enough.

Often, though, remote jobs can give you tremendous flexibility to travel on your own schedule, traveling when and where you want, as long as the work gets done. Increasingly, flexible employers are touting work-from-anywhere options as a major benefit for their team members.

We’ve browsed through the remote jobs listings at Remote.co to come up with the following positions that might be a good fit if you’re wanting to work remotely and are seeking more freedom to travel while keeping up with your career.

Here are 20 remote jobs for people who love to travel: 

Bookkeeping Support Specialist

Working from anywhere within the U.S., this remote job requires experience working in QuickBooks Online, Microsoft Excel, and Google Sheets. The ability to efficiently manage workflow and complete tasks by deadlines is also desired.

Customer Support Specialist

This fully remote job is a good fit for candidates looking to live on the U.S. East Coast, the U.K., and central Europe. The successful candidate will have a flexible schedule working with an entirely remote team.

Digital Project Manager

This freelance, remote job requires just 15-20 hours of work per week and will involve managing project scope and timelines, overseeing the budget, and managing expectations.

Finance and Administration Assistant

This remote job involves working for the international branch of an environmental organization. Duties are primarily administrative, and the job is temporary, with a possibility for extension.

Graphic Designer

This work-from-anywhere job is a great fit for job candidates with an “outstanding portfolio” and demonstrated graphic design experience on web, print, and email platforms.

Hub Article Writer

You’ll need a bachelor’s degree, experience researching writing and/or editing original online content for this flexible job with a leading provider of online educational products and resources.

Human Resources Coordinator

This remote opportunity is a good fit for an  “organized, affable HR expert” with experience spotting top-notch talent. You won’t be “shackled to one desk, one office, one city, or even one country,” according to the employer.

Live English Coach

You’ll enjoy a flexible schedule in this work-anywhere-role providing “loveable language learning experiences.” Qualifications include related teaching experience or certification, and a background using technology in online language instruction.

Marketing Communications

Working on a 10-month contract from home, this role will oversee a global event program, taking ownership of the event program from beginning to end.

Newsletter Writer

The newsletter writer can work from anywhere while curating a top 10 list for a growing list of newsletters. Strong writing and journalism background, as well as a strong connection to the topic you’re covering, is required.

Online Editor

Work from anywhere based in the U.S. or U.K., for at least 15 hours a week to as many hours as you like, in this remote job. You’ll need demonstrated editing experience; a background in personal finance is preferred.

People Operations Coordinator

Travel experience, great communication and organizational skills, and experience working remotely are among the requirements for this virtual job focusing on administration and customer service. The employer’s focus is helping people work and travel remotely.

Sales and Customer Onboarding Specialist

The schedule is fixed, but the successful candidate will have the freedom to travel as part of a globally distributed virtual team. You’ll need previous experience in customer support and client management.

Senior Product Designer

You can definitely work travel into your schedule in this job that gives you the flexibility to work from any location you choose, as needed. Candidates should have at least five years of product design experience and a strong portfolio.

Site Reliability Engineer

Working remotely from anywhere in the world, the site reliability engineer will design and own real-time database performance metrics, work with developers to identify and improve performance, and implement systemwide performance testing.

Social Media Marketing Manager

If you have experience managing social media accounts in a large SaaS or technology company, enjoy testing different approaches and optimizing social programs for engagement, and have a basic understanding of product management and productivity tools, you could be qualified for this remote position.

Technical Support Agent

You can work from anywhere in the world in this full-time technical support job that focuses on dealing directly with customers and employees who may be having technical software problems.

Transcriptionist

As long as you have related experience, a reliable Internet connection, and up-to-date computer, you can work remotely from anywhere in this job transcribing audio and video in any of the languages the employer supports.

U.S. Expat Tax Accountant

The successful candidate for this job will enjoy the “ultimate flexibility to decide where you work and when you work.” A CPA or EA license is required in this job working with ex-pats in various overseas locations.

Vlogger

You can work from Los Angeles, Mexico City, or “anywhere in the known universe” in this temporary job, as long as you have a reliable Internet connection. Duties involve vlogging and tweeting about film.

The jobs above, many of them internationally based, offer varying degrees of flexibility for professionals who love to travel and are looking to keep their careers going at the same time.

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