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7 careers that don’t require a traditional office

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Think your only career options involve sitting at a desk in an office?    

Think again.   

When it comes to many professions, offices are outdated.   

People simply don’t need a brick-and-mortar headquarters for their jobs, and are better served working remotely, wherever that may be.    

Here are just seven of the many career options that you can get into where you won’t be tethered to a cubicle. 

1. Travel blogger   

When your job is to write about travel, you kind of have to, you know, travel to the places you’re writing about so you can experience the scenery and local culture. This means you need to rely on a suitcase and your mobile devices much more than on an actual office.    It may sound weird, but with this type of gig the world is not only your oyster, it’s your office.  Read more…

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