Four (Mostly) Remote Jobs if You Love to Sleep In 

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Do you usually feel wired late evening or night? Do you find it hard to wake up early in the morning? Has this impacted your ability to succeed at your job? Well…you might be in luck. There are plenty of flexible jobs available that allow you to sleep in. 

Computer/IT Specialists 

Tech nerds, rejoice! Whether you’re a software developer or giving technical assistance for the latest platform, this job is accommodating for people who want to start the day a little bit later.  

Data Entry Jobs 

A data entry job would allow you to create your own schedule and work from anywhere. If you own a laptop, are good with rudimentary computer stuff and love spreadsheets, this could be the job for you!  


The medical field is reaching major breakthroughs when it comes to working remotely. Telehealth allows medical professionals to set their own schedule. But you don’t have to love needles to land this kind of gig. Health jobs also include customer support and account management.  

Travel & Hospitality  

There’s less of a strict requirement for daytime workers in this field. Lots of people who work in hospitality, be it hotel workers or tour guides, can work later in the day.  

Read more about jobs for night owls on  

Youtuber Kat Theo on high-paying remote jobs.

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Bucks County Community College, the sponsor of BUCKSCO. Today — Career Corner, is a public community college with over 9,500 full- and part-time students.  

Both affordable and centrally located for people in and around the Bucks County area, the school has three main campuses in Newtown, Bristol, and Perkasie, allowing students to attend throughout the area. 

For those just starting their paths in higher education, or returning to school after a prolonged absence, Bucks County Community College offers over 90 academic programs within seven Academic Departments.  

The school’s 43 Associate’s Degree programs prepare students to pursue either a career or their Bachelor’s degrees after graduation. 

Learn more about Bucks County Community College here. 

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