Eleven Unexpected Jobs That Can Be Done Remotely

Employees across the country have become accustomed to working remotely as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that everyone is returning to work, you may be wondering how you can continue to work from home. The good news is that many businesses appear to be accepting remote work as a permanent option for their employees.

To add to the good news, employers have also started offering some unusual career opportunities for persons searching for work flexibility in unexpected fields. According to the new remote job listings, there are more tasks than ever that can be done remotely, and chances thrive even in industries renowned for manufacturing, transportation and healthcare.

We’ve compiled a list of 11 unusual remote jobs below. These positions highlight the diversity of remote employment and the variety of roles accessible. Below is a small list of jobs that serve as an excellent representation of the variety of remote occupations available.

Financial advisor

Nearly 30% of personal financial advisors are self-employed, according to the BLS, and these workers can set their own hours and working conditions. Thanks to videoconferencing and document-signing apps, financial advisors can work with clients virtually to create budgets, review retirement plans and recommend investments. Even financial advisors who work for a firm may find they have the opportunity to meet with clients remotely from home.

Psychiatrist

Psychiatrists are mental health specialists who practice medicine. Mental, emotional, and behavioral illnesses are diagnosed and treated by them. While a psychiatrist’s work may require a physical examination, most of their work may be done online. Through virtual consultations, they can give counseling, propose therapy, and prescribe drugs.

A professional in the field of the extraction of oil and gas, as well as mining and quarrying

Nearly a third of mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction occupations are professional services positions that may be done from home.

Interior decorator

The Home Stylist produces interior design plans for clients over the internet. Purchasing furniture and décor from a range of vendors, increasing brand recognition through social media, and staying current on interior design news and trends are just a few of the responsibilities.

Hospitality and administrative assistant

Responsible for preparing reports, running reconciliations, dealing with suppliers, completing audits, managing records, and ensuring compliance.

Teleradiologist

Teleradiologists must have completed an approved residency program in the United States, be board-certified, be qualified for hospital credentialing, and possess at least one state license.

Public adminiastartor

Public administration: monitoring and administering public initiatives, particularly for local and state government agencies, is the industry with the most remote job positions. Keep checking the job listings for your local government agency.

Librarian

As a tutor, the Librarian will assist online university students with reference services. Experience with MA and reference services is required.

Transcreator

Requires extensive transcreation and proofreading expertise, as well as understanding of the local culture. To enable people with impairments to execute key duties, you’ll need experience translating and culturally adjusting material.

Editor and developer of recipes

The Recipe Developer is in charge of significant strategic food launches and projects from start to finish. New product and current product creation, facilitation of new ingredient testing, and assuring accuracy with prep and cook times are among the responsibilities.

Styling assistant

Part-time, remote position available. Working evenings, weekends, and holidays is required. Will be in charge of providing outstanding customer service to fashion clients. A high school diploma or equivalent is required of the ideal applicant.

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