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There are a lot of work from home jobs. But they’re not all in demand remote jobs. Some are rare or just random.

Some surprising remote jobs I’ve seen include matchmaker, virtual dog trainer, information ninja, and even sailing instructor (how?). While interesting, these jobs just aren’t in demand enough to offer two important things: 

  1. Job security 
  2. Career opportunities & Growth

And, as we continue to navigate pandemic life, it’s more important than ever to find readily available remote work that is pandemic proof.

That’s why I put together this super mega list of 222 (and counting) in demand remote jobs for 2022 (and beyond). 

How did I compile this list? 

Over the last year, I heavily researched the top remote industries. With so many people looking for remote work, it was important to identify the industries readily embracing and hiring telecommuters.

These were the industries that continued to hire when many others were laying off workers by the hundreds and thousands. Of course, as a career coach, I often steered my clients towards these pandemic-hiring industries to help them land on their feet in a steady role. 

But I wanted to take it even further and identify the most popular job titles frequently posted on remote job board sites

The result? An amazingly comprehensive list of remote jobs that are here to stay. Period. 

How to Use This List

Whether you’re a career changer, career pivoter, or an unemployed remote job seeker, use this list to inspire your remote job search. See if your current (or most recent) job title is on this list. If so, great! You’re already primed and ready to launch a remote job search. 

However, if you don’t see any job titles that are close to the ones you’ve held, don’t panic. Often, you have transferable skills that you can use to land a remote job. 

As you browse the list, see if any industries or specific job titles pique your interest. Research those job titles and see what skills, education, and experience you need to get hired.

If you don’t have any of those skills, that’s okay too. You’re never more than an online course away from learning a remote-friendly skill you can use to get a remote job. 

And, don’t forget to use my no-fail 3-step system to figure out your dream remote job. Because, after all, we don’t want you to settle for any remote job. You deserve to find your dream remote job and, chances are, it’s on this list! 

Note: This is a long list divided up by category. So, settle in and grab a cup of coffee ☕You’ve got some reading to do. 


Looking for in demand remote jobs for a little bit of career security? No problem! Check out these administrative job titles that regularly hire remote workers.

Thanks to remote collaboration tools like Google Docs and Trello, it’s pretty easy to perform administrative tasks from (almost) anywhere. You can work with people around the world to manage emails, schedule appointments, coordinate meetings, manage documents, and so much more. 

A clerical background is helpful. But you can also find online courses and training to prepare you for an in-demand remote administrative role. For example, Fully Booked VA is a go-to training center for aspiring administrative professionals. (You can even access their mini course for just $19).

Whether you already have the skills or need a quick refresher, there are plenty of remote administrative roles to consider: 

In Demand Remote Administrative Jobs

  • Administrative Assistant
  • Administrative Coordinator
  • Ads Assessor
  • Appointment Setting
  • Calendar Management 
  • Collections Specialist
  • Contact Tracer
  • Data Entry 
  • Document Management Specialist 
  • Executive Assistant 
  • Personal Assistant 
  • Real Estate Assistant 
  • Researcher
  • Search Engine Evaluator
  • Transaction Settlement 
  • Travel Coordinator 
  • Virtual Assistant 
  • Virtual Receptionist 


Looking for in demand remote jobs? No problem! Here are business remote jobs readily hiring remote workers.

In demand remote jobs in business are quite broad. They include all business roles you find in most corporations and Fortune 500 Companies. To make this list more readable, I combined human resources, operations, and legal positions under the business category. 

Most of these roles require a degree, specific work experience, or both to be considered. However, a handful of options like General Transcription and Legal Transcription can be learned via online training at schools like Transcribe Anywhere

If you have previous in-office experience, chances are you already have transferable skills you can use right now to market yourself in one of these remote business roles.

In Demand Remote Jobs in Business:

  • Business Development Associate
  • Business Development Manager
  • Business Manager
  • Career Coach
  • Enterprise Account Executive
  • Fundraiser
  • General Transcription 
  • Grant Writer
  • Head of Growth
  • Head of People
  • Head of Talent
  • HR Specialist
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Legal Counsel 
  • Legal Transcription
  • Operations Manager 
  • Paralegal
  • Product Manager
  • Product Marketing Manager
  • Project Manager 
  • Recruiter
  • Scrum Master 
  • Solutions Consultant
  • Talent Acquisition
  • Talent Sourcer
  • Talent Specialist 
  • Technical Product Manager 
  • Technical Recruiter
  • Virtual Notary

Customer Service 

As a career coach, I hear over and over again from clients that they will do anything but customer service. I get it. Customer service jobs can be a bit of a drag. You envision yourself taking call after call from unhappy customers leaving you completely drained by day’s end. 

Fortunately, not all customer service jobs are like this. In fact, in demand customer service remote jobs include reservations agents, travel agents, tech support reps, and even chat reps — no phone required! 

As a bonus, the majority of customer service jobs from home are entry-level.

In Demand Remote Customer Service Job Titles: Call Center Representative

  • Chat Representative
  • Customer Experience Representative/Specialist
  • Customer Onboarding Representative/Specialist
  • Customer Service QA Manager
  • Customer Service Representative/Specialist 
  • Customer Success Manager 
  • Customer Support Representative/Specialist
  • Member Services Representative
  • Reservations Agent
  • Technical Support Representative/Specialist 
  • Tier 2 Support Representative/Specialist 
  • Travel Agent


What is data? Well, data can mean a lot of things. Typically, remote data jobs deal with statistics, facts, and figures in an analytical way. 

You might run reports, make predictions or forecasts from a business point of view.

Most data jobs will require formal training and/or experience to get started. If a data career sounds interesting to you, I highly recommend you research the industry further to determine if it fits with your career ideals. 

From there, check out Coursera for Data Literacy courses you can take in your spare time to advance your career! 

In Demand Remote Data Jobs

  • Analytics Manager
  • Database Administrator
  • Data Analyst
  • Data Engineer 
  • Data Manager
  • Data Scientist 
  • Data Solutions Architect
  • Data Specialist
  • Data Visualization Specialist
  • Engineering Manager
  • Marketing Data Analyst
  • Senior Data Analyst
  • Software Engineer
  • Solution Architect 


Design is all around us, especially online. Every website you visit, blog you read, ad you see — they’re all design driven. And, as it turns out, design jobs are in high demand and super remote friendly. 

Design jobs will require specific training. Most roles have specific hard skills you need to have. For example, you might need to know Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, etc. depending on the position. 

When you’re new to the world of design, a simple course like Basic Elements of Design: Design Principles and Software Overview can prepare you to confidently enter the digital design world as a beginner! 

In Demand Remote Jobs in Design

  • 2D Animator
  • 3D Animator
  • Art Director
  • Brand Designer
  • Creative Director
  • Designer
  • Digital Designer
  • Game Designer
  • Graphic Designer
  • Instructional Designer 
  • Landing Page Designer
  • Lead Product Designer
  • Motion Graphics Designer
  • Print Designer
  • Product Designer 
  • Technical Designer 
  • UI/UX Designer
  • UX Researcher 
  • Visual Designer 
  • Web Designer


Editorial remote roles are near and dear to my heart. I love writing, content creation, reading, proofreading and all the wordsmith roles widely available today. 

You too can cash in on your love of words to create an editorial career as a writer, proofreader, editor, copywriter, researcher, blogger, and more. 

When it comes to remote writing jobs, the proof is in the pudding. In other words, you need a portfolio of work to showcase your skills more than you need a specific degree. 

A great way to develop a portfolio is to complete online training. Good online editorial programs provide real world projects you can showcase. They will also teach you to effectively market your skills to future clients.

Keep in mind, moat editorial jobs from home are freelance or contract. That means you are self employed. It’s super important you understand the difference between employee and self-employment jobs from home before you jump in.

Don’t forget to check out online editorial classes. My favorite editorial classes are this free general proofreading workshop, the masterclass at Art of Proofreading, and this free class to become a highly paid freelance writer by Smart Blogger.

In Demand Remote Editorial Roles

  • Blogger
  • Content Editor
  • Content Marketing Manager
  • Content Strategist
  • Content Writer
  • Copy Editor
  • Copywriter 
  • Creative Writer
  • Email Marketing Writer
  • Editor 
  • Fact Checker
  • Freelance Writer
  • General Proofreader 
  • Ghostwriter
  • Medical Writer
  • News Writer
  • Online Content Creator
  • Proposal Writer
  • Publisher Proofreader
  • Research Content Associate
  • SEO Writer
  • Staff Writer
  • Technical Writer
  • Translator 


In 2020, we saw so many students head online to learn. As it turns out, many teachers and students enjoyed the switch to digital learning and are eager to stay on this path in the future. (I personally have a 100% online learner at home with me!). 

With such a high demand for online learning, there’s been a surge in hiring for various education positions in the remote world. 

These jobs range from educator to administrator, and everything in between. Your state will have individual requirements for online educators, but there are entry level gigs in education for Online English tutors as well as admissions counselors for higher education. 

In Demand Education Jobs

  • Admissions Counselor 
  • Curriculum Developer
  • Curriculum Writer
  • Faculty Reviewer
  • Financial Education Consultant
  • Grader
  • Instructor
  • K-12 Teacher 
  • Learning Manager
  • Literacy Coach
  • Online English Teacher
  • Online Instructor 
  • Special Education Teacher
  • Speech-Language Pathologist
  • Student Records Specialist
  • Tutor
  • Video Instructor


From a financial perspective, there are quite a few in demand remote jobs to be had. These include everything from working one-on-one with individuals as a bookkeeper or tax preparer to corporate roles in underwriting or payroll. 

Finance jobs from home range from entry-level friendly to more experienced accounting roles. 

If this industry is appealing to you, I recommend sitting in on free training to learn more. My favorite freebie for aspiring financial pros is the 3-series video training at or the free Tax Workshop to start your own tax prep biz.

In Demand Finance Jobs

  • Accountant 
  • Accounting Specialist
  • Accounts Payable Specialist
  • Accounts Receivable Specialist
  • Assistant Controller
  • Auditor
  • Billing Specialist
  • Bookkeeper 
  • Claims Processor
  • Claims Specialist
  • Controller
  • Finance Manager
  • Financial Analyst
  • Financial Controller
  • Loan Officer
  • Loan Processor 
  • Loan Specialist 
  • Mortgage Loan Officer
  • Mortgage Underwriter
  • Payroll Administrator
  • Payroll Specialist
  • Revenue Accountant
  • Senior Accountant
  • Staff Accountant
  • Tax Accountant
  • Tax Manager
  • Tax Preparer 
  • Title Examiner
  • Underwriter

Healthcare & Medical Jobs

We typically don’t think of healthcare as a remote role. Usually, we picture healthcare in physical locations like clinics, hospitals, and doctors’ offices.  

However, as we saw in 2020, healthcare can also be remote friendly. For example, telehealth visits were up 154% in 2020 (and are expected to rise in the coming years). 

Plus, there are plenty of non-clinical roles, like medical billing and coding jobs, that are more admin than patient-facing. These jobs can be done remotely and are in high demand. In fact, one CNBC study found there are more openings for medical billing and coding jobs than there are trained professionals to fill them! 

In Demand Healthcare Jobs

  • Case Manager
  • Clinical Assistant
  • Clinical Care Reviewer
  • Clinical Research Coordinator 
  • Coding Specialist
  • Health Case Manager
  • Health Insurance Agent 
  • Health Navigator
  • Medical Billing & Coding 
  • Medical Information Specialist
  • Medical Records Clerk  
  • Medical Records Specialist
  • Medical Scribe
  • Medical Transcription & Editing 
  • Medical Writer
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Patient Care Representative
  • Registered Dietitian 
  • Registered Nurse 
  • Telemedicine Physician
  • Telephone Nurse
  • Utilization Management
  • Utilization Review Nurse


What is marketing? Typically, marketing refers to activities that helps businesses understand their customers. Brands want to better understand their customers so they can build consumer loyalty. 

Often, marketing is confused with sales — but they’re two different functions. (That’s why you’ll see sales as a completely different industry on this list 🙂 

Marketers create campaigns, analyze data, or put together materials to promote a brand. Remote marketing jobs include job titles in social media, search engine optimization, affiliates, public relations, and more!

In Demand Marketing Jobs

  • Advertising Manager
  • Affiliate Manager
  • Community Manager
  • Content Marketer
  • Content Strategist
  • Digital Advertising Specialist
  • Digital Marketing Specialist
  • Email Marketing 
  • Engagement Manager
  • Growth Marketer
  • Marketing Assistant
  • Marketing Coordinator
  • Marketing Data Analyst
  • Marketing Manager
  • Marketing Specialist
  • Paid Social/Performance Marketer
  • Product Marketing Manager
  • Public Relations Manager 
  • SEO Content Manager
  • SEO Specialist
  • Social Media Coordinator 
  • Social Media Manager 
  • Webinar Coordinator 


Sales jobs are always in demand, remote or not. That’s because the sales team brings in money. And, without money, businesses can’t survive. 

But sales jobs go far beyond telemarketing. Virtual sales reps might take inbound calls, respond to chats, or help existing customers to keep them as clients. 

Many sales jobs are beginner friendly, as long as you have a determination to succeed. As you gain experience in remote sales, you can move up to roles like Account Manager or Sales Manager. 

In Demand Sales Jobs

  • Account Coordinator
  • Account Development Representative
  • Account Executive 
  • Account Manager
  • Account Representative
  • Account Strategist 
  • B2B Sales Representative
  • Business Development Representative
  • Client Sales Executive
  • Enterprise Account Executive
  • Enterprise Sales
  • Inbound Account Executive 
  • Inside Sales
  • Phone Sales Agent
  • Technical Account Executive 
  • Territory Sales
  • Sales Development Representative
  • Sales Executive 
  • Sales Lead
  • Sales Manager

Software & Development 

Tech jobs are some of the most in demand remote jobs out there. Period. Yes, there’s a huge need for tech pros but it’s also because development and tech-based jobs include a lot of different job titles. 

In my list, you will see coding jobs, developer positions, and even QA roles grouped together under the umbrella term of “software and development.” 

Keep in mind, there are A LOT of different roads to explore for tech roles. If you don’t have current experience or education in the field, it’s a good idea to get some.

Simply search programs on Coursera to get a good idea of Algorithms, Data Collection, and Starting to Code. You will soon find if this path speaks to you or not.

In the meantime, check out this list of most common job titles to see what, if any, jump out at you.

In Demand Software Roles 

  • Android Developer
  • AWS Cloud Architect
  • AWS Engineer
  • Back End Developer
  • Back End Engineer
  • Cloud Architect
  • Cyber Security Engineer
  • DevOps Engineer
  • DevOps Lead
  • DevOps Manager
  • Front End Engineer
  • Full Stack Developer
  • Full Stack Engineer
  • Information Security Manager
  • iOS Engineer
  • Java Developer
  • Linux Software Developer
  • Mobile Developer
  • Network Engineer 
  • Python Engineer  
  • QA Analyst
  • QA Engineer
  • QA Tester
  • Ruby on Rails Developer
  • Ruby on Rails Engineer
  • Site Reliability Engineer
  • Software Developer
  • Software Engineer
  • Solutions Architect
  • System Infrastructure Architect
  • Web Application Engineer
  • WordPress Developer
  • WordPress Engineer
  • UX Developer

In-Demand Remote Jobs to Consider for 2022

There you have it, the top remote job titles in 2022. These all fall within remote-friendly industries that are known to hire the most remote workers. Keep in mind, this isn’t a full list by any means.

Remember, these are the roles I see time and time again on remote work job boards. In other words, these are known job titles companies routinely hire remote workers for. 

When you need career inspiration or are curious if you can turn your existing skills into a remote career, this is the perfect list for you. Use it to inspire your job search and steer your career plan as you move into 2022, and beyond.

So, what did you think? Are there any industries you see yourself working in? Did a new job title speak to you? Are you ready to start a new career in the new year?

Let me know in the comments below. 

I’d love to hear what you think. 

And, don’t forget, before you make any career decision, be sure you’re headed in the right direction. Use the no-fail 3-step system to determine your career ideals and your perfect career path.

You’ve got this! 💪



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