10 High Paying Overseas Jobs with No Experience Necessary

Keep reading about high paying overseas jobs with no experience necessary. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about this topic.

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Millennial workforce believes in a completely different version of the ‘American Dream.’ Many Millennials are not interested in corporate jobs, mortgages and car loans. Their highest ideal is to keep their life interesting and travel wherever and whenever they wish. That is why the number of digital nomads is increasing at a very fast pace. Digital nomads are mainly young professionals, who have decided to replace the corporate job setting with a remote digital work that allows them to travel the world. They usually travel to exotic places where they can take advantage of the strong dollar. Some of them are entrepreneurs or work for steady employers, while others look for one-time gigs on freelance work platforms like Upwork, Fiverr, Freelancer, or 99Design.  On today’s market, if you are a programmer, web designer, tester or a community manager, the only thing you need for conducting your business is a laptop and a strong internet connection. I must confess I really enjoy this life too.

Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked one job from their list for now. .

The first one is to be a travel blogger. Pay scale is from zero to hero (according to travel bloggers from Goats on the Road); optimal earnings from an established and respected travel blog: around $60,000. Although you don’t need work experience for starting a travel blog, your earnings in the first phases of your blog’s development might be incredibly low. After one year of writing most people earn enough money to pay for their website hosting fees, but if you are willing to stick to this occupation, travel extensively and work on improving your writing style, you can earn millions of dollars. We have taken Goats on the Road blog as an example of the well-established and respected travel blog. Last year their earnings increased to $10,000 per month. Their overall income is split in two because the blog employs two writers and it is mainly generated from native advertising, pay-per-click ads and freelance travel writing. This sum can easily finance long trips, especially if you take into consideration that most exotic destinations in the developing world are much less expensive than Western cities.

For any further interesting information read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 high paying overseas jobs with no experience necessary.

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