- Anything you can do as a self-employed person
- Computer hardware and/or software engineering and related jobs many high-tech employers are very relaxed about dress
- Anything you can do working from your own home Internet or telephone support/marketing, mail stuffing, etc.
- Anything having to do with swimming groundskeeper, lifeguard, instructor
- Marine research or trainer/performer at an aquarium show
- Truck driver owner-operator
- Telephone call center
- Hospitality, especially smaller inns and hostels
- Jobs at colleges and universities
- In general, small businesses, such as independent retailers (not franchises or chains), are more barefoot tolerant than larger employers
Remember, OSHA only regulates footwear for employees in special circumstances, when there is a real danger to feet in the work environment.
Similarly, SBL members who are involved in business insurance report that they have never encountered a policy that does not permit bare feet. In fact, they never mention feet at all!