The internet makes portable careers possible. Whether your portable career involves writing, building websites, photography or something else, you rely on the internet to keep you connected to clients, coworkers and bosses. You also need the internet … [Read more...] about What’s the Weakest Link in YOUR Portable Career?
This month seems to be all about portable careers here at Future Expats. No matter what portable career you choose, you'll need a computer -- even if it's just to handle email and bookkeeping. And when your career is portable, you'll probably want a … [Read more...] about Portable Computers for Portable Careers
If you're creating a portable career to support your overseas lifestyle, you'll probably be involved in social media. And if you're doing social media, you need to learn to do it effectively. Like any other part of managing a business (and that's … [Read more...] about Don’t Turn Your Social Media into an Epic Fail
If you've established a portable career as a writer, photographer, blogger or life coach, your marketing centers (or should center!) around a website that you own. Your website displays your skills, tells prospective clients or customers something … [Read more...] about Pinfluence: Marketing Your Business with Pinterest
Although not as portable in the short-term as some of the other portable expat professions, teaching English is a terrific way to see the world, experience other cultures, and earn a living. Before you plunk down your money for training and … [Read more...] about Hot Markets for Teaching English Abroad
Photography is a wonderfully portable career. But even if your shots aren't up to National Geographic or haute couture standards, you can make a nice living creating and selling stock photography. What is "stock?" It's a picture that's licensed for … [Read more...] about Portable Careers for Expats: Stock Photographer