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10 More Jobs That Let You Travel While You Work

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Instead of being stuck sitting at a desk and doing the same things over and over, there are some jobs out there that give you the ability to travel. Besides going to these locations to work, you can also try to find some time to fit in fun activities or sightseeing. You could even just have a few days of relaxation if you want to. Regardless of what you end up deciding on, it’s a good thing to know what kinds of jobs actually allow this. With that being the case, we’ve put together a list of 10 of them as well as some important information about them.

Motivational Speaker

The first job that you can travel while doing is motivational speaking. You don’t need any specific degree for this, but having public speaking skills are a must. If you wanted, you could take some classes to help you do better in this area. In terms of average salary, a motivational speaker makes anywhere around $10,000 to $310,000 per year. This greatly depends on your area and what you speak about. The reason why you can travel with this job is that there’s a high chance that you’ll speak to new groups of people in different areas. This might be in the same state, or it could be all around the world.

Travel Advisor

In order to become a travel advisor, you’ll need to make sure you have the correct education. Not only do you want to have your high school diploma, but you also want to make sure you get an education specifically for travel advisors. Also, you don’t need a bachelor’s degree, but it certainly helps. Most travel advisors will make anywhere from $20,000 to $62,000 per year. Keep in mind that some might make more, and some might make less. It will also depend on what kind of advising you’re doing. Since this job is all about travel, you can go all over the world. This really helps you be able to let your clients know real information about different destinations.

News Reporter

Being a news reporter is all about chasing the next big story. As a result, your work might take you far away from home. This is especially true if you’re a type of reporter that breaks stories about situations happening in real-time in various areas. For schooling, you’ll need to make sure you have a bachelor’s degree in mass communications or journalism. While it’s going to depend on where you’re at and what kind of news you report on, most reporters will earn between $20,000 and $80,000 per year.

Airbnb Renter

To be an Airbnb renter, you don’t need any kind of schooling at all. It might be helpful to have some experience being a landlord or some business experience, but it’s not something that’s absolutely needed. The amount they make per year really depends on the market and the location of your Airbnb rental. It could be anywhere from $10,000 to several hundred thousand. Since you’ll need to be able to check on your properties and be available when needed, you’ll get to travel to different places. The exact traveling will depend on where the properties are, but some people have a few different ones across multiple states.

Translator

In order to be a translator, you’ll need to have a bachelor’s degree at minimum. You’ll also want to make sure you speak both languages fluently and easily. This includes any slang that is commonly used. Since translators are needed all over, you have a pretty good chance at traveling the world, especially if you’re translating for a very in-demand language. On average, translators make between $35,000 and $68,000 per year, depending on the chosen language and experience.

Medical Biller

Medical billers don’t need much in the way of supplies in order to work, making combining work and travel far easier than a career that requires a lot of equipment. The only thing they really need is a reliable internet connection and a reliable phone. As long as they have these, they can work from pretty much anywhere. Most people who do this hold an associate’s degree, but you can go to a variety of colleges to get certified. As far as yearly salary, a medical biller can expect to make between $30,000 and $43,000.

Travel Blogger

Some great things about being a travel blogger are that you don’t need any kind of formal education and you can travel wherever you want to. With that being said, it would be a good idea to have some decent experience in blogging so that you can continue making money. In terms of average annual salary, it’s really going to depend on how well the blog is doing and what kind of niche you’re writing for. This means you could earn anywhere from a few thousand a year to numbers in the six figures.

Hotel Manager

A hotel manager has the ability to travel because they need to be able to visit any of the properties they manage. This is especially true for those who have been tasked with managing multiple different properties. While some smaller hotels will require a high school diploma and several years experience in the hotel industry, a lot of the larger hotels will require you to have a bachelor’s degree in something like business management or hospitality management. Most people in this profession make between $50,000 to over $100,000 annually.

Online English Teacher

Being an English teacher is something that can be done very easily online, which gives you the flexibility to work anywhere in the world. Since all of the teaching is done online, as long as the person has a reliable internet connection, they can do the job from anywhere in the world. In terms of education and skills, someone who wants to be an English teacher needs to have an English degree, a good understanding of the language and TESOL/TEFL certification. They can expect to make around $45,000 per year. Depending on the demand, you can make way more or less than this.

Programmer

In order to be a programmer, there are some educational requirements. For most companies, these are a certificate or associate’s degree with a lot of experience, a bachelor’s degree or a master’s degree. Many times, an extensive experience history will work in place of these degrees. You can travel with this job because your company will probably send you to different sites and companies to help them out. You could also start your own online programming business. For earnings, you can expect to earn between $50,000 and $150,000.

These are just ten of the jobs you can get if you want to travel while you work, but there are many more out there. Whatever you decide to do, make sure it’s something you love and that you aren’t doing it just for the traveling aspect. As long as you enjoy your job and love going to work each day, you’ll end up living a life of fulfillment, excitement and joy.

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