If you have the skills, of course. You can work remotely as a sales manager, graphic designer, editor, even a personal secretary. It is much harder to find a remote job for a person without skills or a student. A lot of cheating, and you must be lucky to find a good remote job.
When looking for a job, always pay attention to the job description as well as company data. And you can google what kind of company it is and its reviews. If there is no company name in the vacancy, it is very likely that the job is scammed.
You could look for telesales type jobs, basically making sales phone calls for companies (especially smaller companies). Or look for market research jobs, where you have to test and review products or food stuffs. You could also offer social media type work if you are skilled and knowledgable with Twitter/Facebook/Instagram and so on- most companies want to see some kind of result portfolio for that though.