Vacation is a great time to travel, but sometimes, it is not enough to satisfy us. If you have a serious taste for exploring new areas but not enough funds to do it regularly, there is a solution for you.
Traveling jobs are a great way to feed your itchy feet. Not to mention, the best part about traveling jobs are there are many opportunities and options.
Whether you are needing to spice up your life or want to change your career all together, here are some traveling jobs worth checking out for people who love to travel:
Love kids, and you’re bilingual? Why not become an Au Pair or teacher in a different country? With a college degree and a TEFL certificate (Teaching English in a Foreign Language), you can teach English in a variety of locations. There are TEFL course programs you can even do abroad to give you a taste of what to expect while also introducing you to a new country.
And with technology making degrees easier to access online, you’ll be able to earn your degree while travelling, like earning a master of education in Australia while completely immersing yourself in the country’s culture.
You could also go the route of becoming a translator; should you choose to freelance or work at a company, you have the opportunity to charge per word.
This term was coined for those who work remotely. If you have an online business, you can work your way up to be able to work from wherever. Work as a digital nomad can be but is not limited to: freelance writing, social media management or affiliate marketing.
Sports enthusiasts will most likely find much enjoyment from a job as an athletic recruiter. Not only do you get to travel to schools across the country, you also get to attend sporting events as part of your responsibilities. Not a bad gig for sports fans, huh?
If you are an accountant needing some excitement, becoming an auditor may be an excellent option for you. Auditors may not usually go to exotic locations, but they do travel across the country examining businesses.
Being a tour guide, particularly internationally, is an excellent way to travel for work. If relocating to a different country to work as a tour guide, you should learn the language or choose a country where you already know the speech.
For those with an open schedule and some nightlife experience, bars and clubs worldwide are always seeking bartenders, especially for the more touristy locations. Whether you want to go overseas or simply across the country, there are a variety of options as a bartender to travel to a new location for a while.
With the right skills, you can make traveling a part of your job requirements. It’s important to note that not all traveling jobs will pay well, and these professions still involve work and dedication. Depending on how much you want to make traveling a part of your career will depend on how much behind the scenes you will need to do.
Do you travel for a living? What kind of traveling jobs have you done or would like to do?