The Best Online Remote Jobs for Language Lovers

Whenever we think about learning a second language, we think about the money we will have to spend on courses and learning materials. Often, this becomes an excuse for not learning anything at all. But what if we told you that achieving fluency in a foreign language can actually be an investment in future opportunities?

Today, there are dozens of remote jobs online for bilingual people that might pay better than your current position. In this post, we’ll take a look into some of the best of them. In so doing, we hope to inspire everybody to start learning with a clear purpose in mind, which we believe is the most meaningful way to acquire a new skill.


If you have seen the 2009 movie Julie & Julia, you might remember that it was about a blogger (Amy Adams) who documented her experiences of cooking Julia Child’s recipes on her popular blog. What you probably didn’t know is that the movie was based on the real blog written by Julie Powell, who became the first blogger to be approached by a major Hollywood studio to turn her online diary into a film. Can you imagine how surprised she must’ve been when she learned Meryl Streep would play the role of Julia Child?

Like Powell, there are hundreds of very influential people who started as bloggers. From Gary Vaynerchuk, who built a successful wine business thanks to the popularity of his video blog, to Brian Clark, whose website has become an authority on creating killer content for the Internet, there are hundreds of influential people who started just like you: with a lot of passion and a great idea.

If you are learning a second language and you want to write a blog to put your skills into practice, but can’t think of what to say, why don’t you start by sharing experiences about your learning process? You might be the next Benny Lewis, the man behind Fluent in 3 Months, who used to be a blogger and is now a celebrated author.


Translation is the process of rendering a piece of discourse understandable in a different language. Usually, the people who do this job are bilingual individuals who translate texts into their own language. For example, it was an Argentinean translator, Alicia Dellepiane Rawson, who translated the first Harry Potter book into Spanish for most South American countries.

However, the great thing about this profession is that you do not have to be a literature enthusiast to work in translation. If you like law, for example, you can translate legal documents. Do you like medicine or science? Then you can become a technical-scientific translator.

What kind of texts would you like to translate? Let us know in the comment section.

Online Teacher

This is one of the most popular remote jobs you can do online. If you are a qualified language tutor with a passion for teaching, you can now make a living out of your language skills from the comfort of your home.

One of our Spanish tutors teaching a group class.

At Language Trainers, we are constantly looking for native instructors who are passionate about sharing their language and culture with other people. As we see it, when you have been born into a specific culture, and have been communicating in one language all your life, you become an expert at understanding the complexities and nuances of that language.

If, for example, you are a qualified native English teacher who knows a bit of Spanish, you might be the perfect match for a Spanish student learning your language. All you will need is a computer, a teaching qualification, and a lot of passion for teaching.

So, if you are interested in getting a remote job in education, complete our application form with your personal information and let us know which languages you could teach. Also, if you’re looking for job opportunities in education near where you live, make sure you visit Jooble.

Online Tour Guide

Have you ever been to a country whose language you didn’t speak? Then we don’t need to explain how frustrating and discouraging that can be. When you meet a language barrier, activities that are supposed to be rewarding and enjoyable, such as going to a museum or visiting historical monuments, can bring you lots of anxiety.

This is where tour guides come into the picture. They are the ones who help travellers make the most out of their time abroad, and they turn a potentially alienating experience into something meaningful and enriching.

Luckily, if you would like to work as a tour guide you don’t have to wait until the pandemic is over. Today, people who are unable to travel due to the Covid pandemic can join real-time interactive online experiences with locals from the comfort of their homes. So, if you enjoy telling people stories about iconic touristic sites, this remote online job might be just what you’re looking for.

Right now, companies like Tour HQ are hiring people from all over the world to help virtual travellers defy language and cultural barriers. So, whether you are a local or a traveller who is very fluent in the language of the place where you are staying, you can now work as a tour guide without leaving your current destination.

As you can see, there are lots of remote jobs you can do from home if you love languages. All you need to do is change your mindset, and see language learning not as something to spend your money on, but as an investment in your professional future.

Oh, and if you don’t know where to start looking for the job of your dreams, don’t worry. Jooble helps you find job opportunities in your current location, whether you’re a permanent resident or just visiting, giving you access to the best job offers from employers who are actively looking for the right person. Unlike other job search engines,  Jooble focuses on providing you with the best job opportunities in the exact area you’re currently in—no matter how remote.

So choose the language you would like to learn, explore our online courses, and join a group class now. If you have any inquiries about our methodology, please don’t hesitate to contact us on our website.