FOLLOW YOUR DREAM JOB: TOP TRAVEL JOBS & INSPIRATION FOR GLOBETREKKING, CREATIVE PROFESSIONALS

We’re thrilled to learn that Modern-Day Nomads was featured in ‘So You Want to Start a Travel Business in Retirement‘ article in the Wall Street Journal’s online + print editions, along with some of

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Seasonal jobs. Ever heard of ‘em? No, I’m not talking about the seasonal jobs you can get at retail stores over the holidays. I mean short-term job adventures that take you to exciting places like

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“Judging by the number of available digital nomad job portals available these days, it’s safe to say that competition for remote work is growing as fast as remote work becomes available. Staying ahead of

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“Twenty years ago, a Hitachi executive named Tsugio Makimoto predicted a revolution. ‘In the future,’ he wrote, ‘high-speed wireless networks and low-cost mobile devices will break the link between occupation and location.’ The authors also couldn’t

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Modern-Day Nomads is elated to be included in the International Career Institute’s round-up of ’50 Best Job Blogs to Follow.’ Some great resources here! Read the list in its entirety

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Want to get paid to travel? You’ll want to check out this fabulous, extensive post from Working Traveller with a variety of paying jobs that allow you to travel, from bilingual hairdressers on European

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Thanks to Intentional Travelers for including MDN in their new round-up of online resources to find meaningful and creative work-to-travel opportunities in amazing destinations: “This post was originally written when we were finishing up Peace Corps

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Rough translation: “With between 250 to 500 daily visits, the site of Tiffany Owens responds to those looking for circular work. The Modern Day Nomads is a job search engine to nomads. Tiffany was

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“Tiffany Owens, founder of Portland, Ore., property caretaking team Modern-Day Nomads LLC, loved writing about travel, food and wine as a journalist but felt glued to her computer, trapped by ‘excruciating’ deadlines. If she

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From the article: “Like we try to do on our own Facebook page – the content of which MDN frequently and kindly shares, describing us as a European sister site – Modern-Day Nomads mixes

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