Travel Jobs – 7 ‘Jobs’ That Pay You to Travel the World

Posted by | September 30, 2010 | Blog, Resort Jobs

Jobs that travel the world are an inconceivable dream for most people. “How, on earth,” they think, “Could I possibly get paid to travel the world?” It’s a common belief that you must save and save up a bunch of money before you can travel, then simply go for as long as your money will last.

Not only is that an outdated and incorrect belief, but it’s also a belief that will have you stuck in a never-ending cycle of frustration. Work… then travel… then work… then travel.

Boring.
There are many ways you can get paid AS you travel the world. Fortunately, there are dozens of ways to do this, so no matter your skill set, creating a travel income is something you CAN do… and you can start doing it quickly.

Here are 7 ways to make money traveling the world. Some are commonly available travel jobs, and a few are the ‘underground’ methods of making money while you travel.
1) Work a cruise ship job. You get to live aboard a luxury cruiseliner and get paid to live the lifestyle passengers pay $500 to $5000+ per week to experience!
2) Get a job as a travel or adventure guide. Visit a city or region. Get to know the best places, then get paid to show other people what you’ve found! Alternatively, you can show people how to rock climb, raft a river, jump out of a plane, zipline through a jungle… and more!
3) Become a paid travel writer. Not only can you get hired by travel magazines and guidebooks, but don’t forget about blogging & online freelance jobs. They’re plentiful!
4) Start an online marketing adventure! Most people think marketing online is too ‘technical.’ Au contraire! If you can edit a word document you can make money with a laptop or from an internet cafe.

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2 Responses to “Travel Jobs – 7 ‘Jobs’ That Pay You to Travel the World”

  1. Comment made by chrisdemo6 on Nov 1st 2012 at 1:10 pm:

    Is there a place in the world that is tropical I can work at for a season, and then be transferred during the bad weather and move to another resort where at that location it is the busy season? Please let me know how to achieve this! It is a dream come true but I need to make money all (or most) of the year!

    • Comment made by Site Administrator on Nov 3rd 2012 at 4:56 pm:

      Seeing that I’m originally from Canada, I would seek a resort in the summertime in Canada, and in winter head to Mexico or the Caribbean. There are many possibilities when you’re flexible, so keep that in mind.

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