Travel Gig

Travel Gig Review

Travel Gig helps you find short-term gigs to fund your travels around the world. Jobs on Travel Gig are either fully remote-friendly, or they’re jobs available in a locale far and away from your home –making them great for lining up work along side your travel itinerary.

Jobs Available on Travel Gig

Job categories on Travel Gig include;

  • Hospitality
  • Gardening
  • Website Management
  • Client Management
  • Content Writing
  • Tourism
  • Languages
  • Volunteer
  • Restaurant
  • Farming
  • Nanny
  • Teaching
  • Marketing
  • Social Media
  • Eco Projects
  • Photography/Videography
  • Childcare
  • Teaching English
  • Building

General Remote Jobs

Travel Gig is a general job site for freelancers. There is no indication that one category is more popular than the other. To provide a few examples –some of the best remote jobs that are currently available on Travel Gig include;

  • Recruitment Partner
  • Guest Services Manager
  • Travel and Lifestyle Writer
  • Teacher
  • Android Developer

*This is only a small sample of remote jobs available in this category. Visit their website to see if there’s remote work available that best suits your skill set.

Travel Gig Pricing & Plans

Travel Gig offers free membership to the first 1000 job seekers who sign up for the site.

Travel Gig is a free service for businesses who would like to post a job opening.

Is Travel Gig a Scam?

Our readers have not indicated that Travel Gig is a scam or conducts business unfairly. You’re invited to share your experience about Travel Gig in the comments below.

This Travel Gig review was updated May 2017.


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