This story originally appeared on FlexJobs.
Who says you need to be in a fixed location to find a great job? While it’s true that about 95% of remote jobs require a location — for reasons such as regular face-to-face meetings or proximity to clients or projects — that’s not always the case.
As job seekers enter a rebounding job market that’s experienced the rich benefits of working virtually during the pandemic, it’s a prime time to dive deeper into your quest to find remote work. To help job seekers interested in finding remote jobs that can truly be performed from anywhere, FlexJobs has identified 13 common remote job titles that typically do not have a location requirement.
These job titles are commonly found in the FlexJobs database of work-from-anywhere jobs — remote jobs that provide tremendous latitude for people looking to work untethered from geographic requirements.
Whether you’re a digital nomad or simply someone seeking to cut your ties to a traditional location-bound job, a diligent search may yield a wealth of employers that don’t care where you’re located, as long as work is getting done efficiently and effectively.
Following are remote job titles that typically do not impose geographic requirements of the remote worker, as well as the average salary according to PayScale.
Average salary: $71,968
Business development managers create business plans, drive new customers and business, manage client accounts, increase brand loyalty, and improve customer satisfaction. Strong relational skills are needed for this role.
Average salary: $50,570
Copywriters write persuasively to draw in an audience and convince them to purchase or use a product or service. Copywriters need to be able to write clear and concise copy, and many jobs require editing skills.
Average salary: $61,389
Curriculum or instructional designers write and create academic training and course materials. Duties can include updating and writing syllabi, creating online course content, and using feedback to update course materials.
Average salary: $41,382
Customer service specialists often deal with customers and clients via phone, email, chat and social media. They answer questions and troubleshoot problems, and may sell products or services.
Average salary: $71,145
Average salary: $64,500
Marketing managers typically create advertising and marketing campaigns to sell products and services. Writing, social media, demand generation and SEO skills are often needed for this role.
Average salary: $43,878
ESL (English as a second language) teachers teach English to non-native students. Virtual teachers may meet one-on-one or in a group setting. Grading student work and creating curriculum may be part of the job.
Average salary: $82,916
Product managers oversee the creation of a product. They help to meet goals, guide a team, manage expenses, oversee budgets and more.
Average salary: $49,544
Recruiters work to find candidates for open roles. They may write and post descriptions, reach out to qualified candidates, perform interviews, do background checks and onboard new employees.
Average salary: $49,881
Social media managers oversee social media pages and profiles. Drafting posts, interacting with followers, and tracking metrics and engagement are a few tasks of a social media manager.
Average salary: $47,974
Remote translators work to translate the written word from one language to another. Translators may work to translate books, articles, scripts, captions and more. Fluency and expertise in another language is required.
Average salary: $39,617
Virtual assistants can set up meetings and appointments, oversee calendar management, take meeting notes, organize digital files, respond to emails and more.
Average salary: $49,649
Developing, creating and coding web pages and apps are the main tasks of a web designer. Web designers typically need to know one or more coding languages and have some graphic design skills.