Having a mobile lifestyle not only leads to a life of adventure it can also allow you to work along the way.  There are lots of options for you depending on your skillset and experience.

Across the country, there are folks who are funding their yearly travels by working a few months of the year and spending the remaining months exploring. Some of the jobs below will allow you to travel without needing to stay in one place for a period of time whereas others might require you to stay in one location for several months.  A seasonal position, such as a camp host or a retail position during the holidays will require a time commitment.

Often times folks will find a location that they fall in love with and decide to spend half the year there.  This location might be one that they return to at the same time every year.  The predictability makes it easier to find a part-time job during those months.

An example of a job for someone who likes to be on the move is a blackjack dealer.  Once you’re trained and licensed to deal blackjack, you have a skillset that can be used across the country.  There are poker tournaments held all over the United States and when the larger tournaments come to town, blackjack dealers are in high demand.  As a dealer, you’d have the option to travel to different locations, working when you would like to work.

Here are 77 jobs that you can work at while traveling:

Camp Host

 

Tax Preparation

Speaker

Sugar Beet Harvest

 

Bartender

 

Digital Nomad

Amazon Distribution

 

Casino

 

RV Tech

Expeditor

 

Fitness Instructor/trainer

 

Mobile Mechanic

Gate Guarding at oil fields

 

Blogger

 

Traveling Nurse

Traveling medical support

Holiday Seasonal Jobs

 

Photographer

 

Construction Work

Retail

 

Drop Shipping

 

Massage Therapist

Food service

 

Virtual Assistant

 

Chef

Shipping and handling

 

Author

 

Day Trader

Festival Worker

 

Fiverr

 

Sports coach

Baby/Elder sitting

 

Life Coach

 

Musician

Pet Sitter/walker

 

Online

 

Computer software producer

House Sitter

 

Affiliate Marketing

 

Consultant

Cleaning service

 

YouTube

 

Social Media Manager

Independent Sales Consultant

 

Blogging

 

Hair Stylist

Tour Guide

 

Tutor

 

Tattoo Artist

Data Entry

 

Lifeguard

 

Bookkeeper

Substitute teacher

 

Etsy

 

Real Estate Broker

Car Service

 

Handyman

 

Insurance Broker

Food Delivery

 

Truck Driver

 

Financial services

Disaster Clean up

 

Golf Course Jobs

 

Oil Field worker

Resort Support

 

English language teacher

 

Marketing assistant

Mobile Detailing

 

Free Lance Writer

 

Carpenter

Barista

 

Scuba instructor

 

Welder

Golf Pro

 

Dance instructor

 

IT specialist

Editor

 

Language Translator

 

Speaker

As you can see, some of the jobs require very little skill and some are more technical in nature.  Regardless of your skillset, there are options available to someone seeking their freedom and who’s willing to work along the way.  If income is holding you back from hitting the road, hopefully some of these jobs will spark an idea and allow you to gain your freedom.

Live free my friends