13 Location Independent Jobs or Businesses
1. Tax Preparation
People are already comfortable with filing their taxes electronically through sites like TurboTax. If you have a certification like CPA or EA, you can set up an online tax business with the added perk of a personal touch missing from the big sites.
You can potentially do the accounting for many businesses without having to leave your bedroom.
3. Website Designer
The web has already largely replaced brick and mortor businesses. If you're able to code websites, you can provide a valuable service to businesses trying to establish their virtual storefront.
4. Digital Artist
Businesses will always need someone to design their logos. Digital art extends to all kinds of art including animation, 3d modeling, rendering, video editing, and graphic design.
5. Blogger/Freelance Writer
You can either create your own blog on a paid platform like Medium or Substack or get paid to take jobs writing articles for other people.
6. Virtual Consultant
If you're an expert in your industry, you can provide advice and recommendations to potentially hundreds of businesses.
7. Social Media Influencer
If you have a social media account with a large following, you can start taking sponsorships or use your platform to direct your audience to another business you're creating.
8. E-Book Writer
In theory, you can write a book once and collect royalties long after you've finished writing it.
9. Traveling Comedian
If you're good at stand-up comedy, you could potentially perform in any location you want to travel to.
10. Virtual Assistant
You can provide administrative and clerical support to clients from anywhere with an internet connection.
11. Social Media Manager
You can manage social media accounts for businesses or individuals from anywhere.
12. Event Planner
You can plan events such as weddings, parties, conferences, etc. from anywhere.
13. Vagabond Beggar
If you don't have a home anyway, there's nothing stopping you from begging anywhere you want.