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Monday, December 16, 2013

Jobs That Require Travel

In the bleak mid-winter, those of us in the northern hemisphere often fantasize about how to escape the snow and the cold. For many of us, this means saving up all year to travel somewhere warm and exciting for a week or so.

But what if your job required you to travel to different places? You could travel all over the world while getting paid. It would be the perfect job!

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In today's blog, we look at several careers that require travel. Keep in mind that the first step is to determine if any of these careers fit your career personality. And you can take $10 off any career package that will reveal the list of jobs you're best suited for, including jobs that require travel, with the code "My Career."

1. Cruise Ship/Yacht Crew

Gigantic ships need equally gigantic crews in every capacity. From electricians to masseuses to navigators and everything in between, there could well be the perfect role for you on board a ship.

Yachts are typically owned by millionaires or billionaires and crews must be versatile and able to multitask. Cruise ships hire people with more specific skills, such as musicians, bartenders, or childcare workers. Some of these jobs are well paid, while others are on the lower end of the pay scale. However, they all have one thing in common: you get to live onboard a cruise ship every day—an experience that others pay thousands of dollars for.

2. Travel Nurse

Worldwide demand for nurses only continues to grow, and travel nurses who move from hospital to hospital can often make a higher salary than permanent nurses. Registered nurses in almost every specialty are in demand and especially labor and delivery nurses, emergency room nurses, dialysis nurses and operating room nurses.

Physical therapists, speech therapists and occupational therapists are also eligible to travel while working in hospitals around the world. With a great salary and housing often provided at no cost, RN’s can choose short- or long-term employment for a brief adventure or a lifelong journey.

3. English Teacher 

If you have a good command of the English language, you may well be qualified to teach English around the world. ESL (English as a second language) jobs are more prevalent in Europe, Asia and South and Central America, while Asian countries, such as South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam and China have the most open qualification requirements and offer the highest salaries.

4. Telecommuter

The simplest way to be sure you can travel while working is to have a job that you can do anywhere. Some of the best work from home jobs have flexible schedules and many pay by the assignment, which means time zone differences are irrelevant.

With our comprehensive career test, you can determine your career personality and the top careers that fit your unique test results. The upshot is that no matter what your expertise or skill set, you can find a job that will enable you to travel the world!

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