Hi my fellow travel enthusiasts.
Yes I can very well relate to that sudden euphoric rush you all experience in your hearts as soon as this lovely word ‘travel’ falls upon your ears. At the same time I do realize the sad fact that travelling is not free. But what if we can fully live our penchant for travelling, and at the same time get paid for it. Sounds like a dream come true. Below are some interesting job profiles which you all must consider once, you never know which one might just click.
So you love shopping-check
And you love travel-double check
Well In addition to monitoring in-store inventory, retail buyers attend vendor meetings, trade shows and conferences across the country (or even the globe, depending on where the company sources its products from) to identify industry and consumer trends and make decisions about what products the company should sell.
Don’t be surprised if I tell you that top notch job websites like monstor.com offer interesting positions for travel lovers. You need to determine where you’d like to live and then reach out to travel agencies and landmarks in that area. Also you must have an in depth knowledge about the area and a pleasing personality would surely garner you extra points.
It’s challenging and yet had a plethora of interesting experiences encapsulated in it. The best idea is to do freelancing as a majority of travel magazines look for firsthand accounts of the location you are travelling too. You never know when a famous travel publication might just hire you for your talent in writing.
You have a passion for teaching and have a good command over the language then this profession can certainly be considered. There is a rising demand for talented English teachers in Southeast Asia. Teaching is one of the most noble professions at the same time you might just get a chance to explore different lands.
Au pairs live with a host family in a foreign country and provide childcare services such as babysitting and assistance with schoolwork. You’ll receive a small salary on top of your room and board, but you also get to fully immerse yourself in another culture as an extended member of a family.
I am not talking about the local small scale weddings or parties, but big scale events like
Festivals and trade shows could be a golden opportunity for travel lovers. Meet with potential vendors from across the country, then travel to the event location to help oversee everything from setup to break-down and making the event a success.
Cruise line worker:
This one can surely be called a travel lover’s dream. Imagine quite literally making a living by cruising the blue oceans and at the same time being taken care of your fees and accommodation. Whether you’re a restaurant server, the manager or a performer in the cruise’s entertainment lineup, there are opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds to work on one of these lovely ships.
International aid worker:
Wouldn’t it be amazing that you get to travel but at the same time make a difference by contributing towards the welfare of the society? With this job, you can visit struggling countries and help its residents recover from dire situations such as natural disasters and famine. You’ll need a background in a field like health, agriculture or education and a strong interest in social work.
Travel show host:
I find this job the most interesting, in fact its my personal favorite. If you love being in front of the camera, have a spontaneous and confident personality coupled with a captivating persona, then do give a thought to this profession.
P.S This is Bobby chinn, famous chef,author and television presenter.
Always been that person with a passion to study and research about the past? Archaeologists travel the world to recover and preserve artifacts from past human cultures. Careers in archaeology require frequent travel, often to remote regions of the earth.
This is one of the highest paying travel jobs. However one needs to qualify a highly competitive examination for the same. With more than 250 embassies around the world, there are plenty of opportunities for travel.
You can be a part of the various travel shows or work for the travel magazines. I hope you all remember Ranbir Kapoor’s job profile in ‘Ye Jawaani He Diwani’. I don’t need to say more now. You love clicking picture plus travelling too, so why not give it a professional thought.
“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta