If you love to travel so much that two weeks of vacations doesn’t seem enough for you, you probably want to study a career that will allow you to see and discover the whole country (or even better, the whole world!).
Thanks to technology, it seems that nowadays it’s easier than ever to work while you discover the most amazing places of the world. There are a few jobs and careers that can make this possible, which is an amazing solution because it’s the solution to travel without being completely broke.
Here you will find some of the best careers that will help you to indulge your nomadic desires.
#1 – Flight attendant
Being a flight attendant is one of the most obvious options to be able to fly all over the country. Besides that, you will get insanely discounted flights (and even free) through the airline.
The downside of this job is that the pay is not so great and new flight attendants don’t get to say much (if anything) in where they fly.
#2 – Work on a cruise ship
Working on a cruise ship is another amazing option to now only visit different places of the world, but also to get on-ship accommodations and food.
Anyway, in some occasions is possible that you will have to share a room, and while you’re on board it’s very likely that you won’t have days off.
Besides that, getting a job on a cruise ship is kind of hard, but once you’re hired it’s very likely that they will call you back for more.
#3 – Traveling nurse
If you have gone or you’re considering nursing school, become a traveling nurse can be an amazing gig. First of all, the pay is up to $70,000 a year, which is awesome!
You can be placed all around the country, and in case you want you can even stay in one place for some months before moving to the new one. The only downside of this job is that it comes with uncertainty because you’re always depending of the next contract.
#4 – Remote customer service representative
Companies like Amazing and U-Haul pay work from home customer service agents. To become one you will only need a reliable internet connection and a phone, and it’s very likely that you will be on U.S. business schedule.
For this reason, it’s very important that you make sure that all of your destinations account for the requirements.
#5 – Remote tech jobs
Every job related to software development, project management and engineering in the tech world are high-paying gigs.
Besides this awesome perk, many of them allow you to work from any place of the world and still get paid, so you only need to make sure that in all your destinations you will be able to work.
#6 – Remote tutor
There’s many companies that hire college students or graduates as tutors for as much as $25 an hour. Some of the most popular tutor companies are Chegg, Tutor.com and K12.
Just like any other remote job, you will need a good and reliable internet connection.