Taking a career break to see the world sounds pretty good. But getting paid to globetrot is even better, right?
To what extent do you love traveling? Taking a career break to see the world sounds pretty good. But getting paid to globetrot is even better, right? Here’s a list of a few jobs you could undertake whilst fulfilling you desire to travel all around the world. Read on!
These days a number of international teaching programs have been launched that provides you an opportunity to learn, teach, travel and explore the diversities all around. You just need to take up the course(duration for each matters on the institute), get a certificate from the institute and packs your bags to travel to some other country.
Be a member of the road crew
Traveling from gig to gig and hanging with your favorite band sounds exciting, does it not? Road crew members better known as roadies are the folks who handle the stage productions for touring acts. You could start with lighting and sound equipment at a small venue or theater. Once you’ve learned the ropes, with a little luck required, you can work your way up to touring with the major music acts.
Writing about travel
Traveling and narrating about your experience is probably one of the best bets to truly enjoy traveling and getting paid for the experience. Blogging and media activites about traveling can not only keep you busy and get you a good amount of bucks, but also make you a popular name among other travelers.
Humanitarian Aid Worker
Working with an NGO or any of those Without Border Organisations could suit your skill as well as your hobby. Journeying to places in need of aid can grant a totally new perspective on knowing and exploring new places.
Flying the friendly skies with a number of other passengers to ensure their convenience and safety has been proved to be a classic travel job. The best thing about being a flight attendant is that you get to go on routine trips to far-away locales and get deep discounts or freebies on vacation flights, hotels and more. Ofcourse there is always a bad side to everything. In this case it could be irregular working hours and chances of acquiring travelling fever if you are not accustomed to it.