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Alternate Jobs For People Who Love To Travel

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Traveling keeps your mind fresh, having an occupation which allows you to see different parts of the world are the dreams of many, yet these jobs are certainly attainable. Here are a few jobs for people who love to travel.

Flight Attendant

Flight attendants travel the world and stay in some exotic countries full of sun and culture. Expect crazy hours and a crazy lifestyle, it’s not as easy as it looks or sounds, but totally perfect for travel lovers. What’s more, you’ll score heavily discounted flights for you and your family. You’ll need to love customer interaction and have a background in customer service, but that’s about it. Best of luck.

Become A Long Haul Truck Driver

truckLong haul drivers get to see all kinds of great parts of the world. It’s tough and it can get lonely, but if you love your own company and don’t mind hours and hours on the road this can be for you. You need a commercial driver’s license, just be aware there are many CDL differences.

Work On A Cruise Ship

There are many types of cruise ship jobs out there, you can become part of the entertainment, a waiter, chef, lifeguard, masseuse, and even the captain. You can sail all over the world and wake up in a different place each morning, although cruise ship jobs are competitive so make sure you get your CV in order before applying.

Become A Ski Instructor

It may involve moving to a cold city, but if you’ve got a passion for skiing then why not teach it? It means you get to do what you love day in day out. You can even set a differing level of courses, so you’re not always teaching beginners and going slow on the slopes. You’ll need to pass a few courses but if you’re truly dedicated to skiing it won’t get in your way.

Become A Tour Guide

If you move to a country you love you could become a tour guide. People visiting from your home country, who speak your language, would love to be shown around by a native speaker with a lot to say about the country. You’ll of course have to be well versed in the country you’re moving to, knowing their culture and history especially regarding the area you’re moving to.

Teach English

English-speakers hold one of the most sought after skills in the world: speaking English. It may seem simple, but it’s one of your best traits. Teaching English in a foreign country is just as rewarding for you as it is your students, and it will allow you to travel the world with ease. Jobs are in abundance, however you may require a certification – thankfully it doesn’t take too long to get it. You can vary your work too, teaching younger or older children and also take short contracts, so you can teach in a few different countries, although staying in one would afford the benefit of getting to learn a new language.

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