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This story originally appeared on FlexJobs.
Who says you have to be in one place to get a good job? While around 95% of remote jobs require a location – for reasons such as regular face-to-face meetings or being close to customers or projects – this is not always the case.
When job seekers enter a recovering job market that has seen the multiple benefits of virtual work during the pandemic, it is time to dig deeper into your remote work search. To help job seekers interested in finding remote jobs that really can be done from anywhere, FlexJobs has identified 13 common remote job titles that typically don't have location requirements.
These job titles can often be found in the FlexJobs database for jobs that can be performed from anywhere – remote jobs that provide a tremendous leeway for people who want to work regardless of geographic needs.
Whether you're a digital nomad or just someone trying to part with a traditional location-based job, a careful search can produce a plethora of employers who don't care where you are as long as the job gets done efficient and effective.
Below are remote job titles that typically don't have any geographical requirements for the remote worker, as well as the average salary as per PayScale.