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So you've caught it. You've caught the travel bug, we understand. Travel while you can! Although there is the small issue of having the money to do so. So why not make a career out of it? There are so many jobs today that provide the opportunity for individuals to see the world all while getting paid. So what types of jobs are we talking about?
So this might be the most popular choice for those who want to travel the world, but realistically this is an incredibly saturated market and only a very very small percentage actually make enough off of their blogging to support themselves and their travel expenses. That being said, if this is something you really want to do; do your research, ask some of the well-known travel bloggers for tips on how to create a business out of blogging and see what kind of building blocks you can find to start that career.
When you are your own boss, you make the rules. Who says you can't move to Thailand? If you are a freelance writer, photographer, graphic designer, basically anything that can be done from a computer or on location, go ahead and do it! Furthermore, for those of you who are photographers, many destination wedding spots are always in need of photographers in the midst of a tropical paradise.
This is one of the most popular professions to take overseas. Although, typically you must also be fluent in the language of the country that you will be living in. Many schools and families will hire English teachers to teach their children a second language much like we do here in the United States.
Cruise Ship Worker
This only applies to certain areas of the world, but working on a cruise ship is an easy way to see the world, and have a place to live in one. Many people will opt to do this right out of college for a year or so just so that they get that opportunity to travel to foreign places and live abroad. Many popular areas for this are the Mediterranean and the Caribbean.
Basically a nanny. More popular amongst women, au pair's are live-in nannies for families around the world. Some families might prefer someone who can teach their child English or someone who likes sports. There are so many opportunities and loving families who would love to welcome you into their home and show you their country if you watch their kids while they are at work. Typically you will be given free room and board, an allowance monthly for spending, and a car to drive if necessary.
If you have fallen in love with a certain destination, why not become a tour guide? You get to live in that given area, learn all of the in's and out's and get everything that your city has to offer. For those of you who want to travel frequently, this might not be the best fit, as you need to know everything there is to know about the city you aer covering and be able to answer questions that tourists may have.
Being a flight attendant comes with many perks. Depending on the airline and how long you work for them, some airlines give you and your family members free standby flights for life. Depending on which airline you work for and where they fly, becoming a flight attendant is the perfect way to see the world. Longer flights typically have longer layovers, so lets say you we flying from Los Angeles to Bangkok, the layover could very well be 2-3 days. Flight attendants are given flights of their choosing by seniority so expect to work there for a while before being able to choose which flights you want to take and where you want to go. Furthermore, flight attendants can pick their own hours most of the time, meaning you could work for a week straight then take two off.