Graduating college is already traumatic enough, and the real world’s post graduation depression can hit even harder if you’re not sure what you want to do for a career.
This is a list of jobs that have potential for international travel, just to get your gears turning and ideas flowing.
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Tips for finding jobs that travel
1. Look for jobs that can be done anywhere/are basic societal functions. For example, everyone all around the world will always need doctors, nurses, and veterinarians. You can bet there are travel positions with these, or at least world-wide sites you could travel between and work there. A common one is travel nursing. Any hospitality jobs usually can have sites worldwide that you can travel between.
2. PTOs that can be done privately. Celebrity hair stylist, make up artist, personal trainer, etc. come to mind.
3. PTOs that can be done online. Social media management, analytics, SEO strategist, software development, website development, etc. only need a computer and wi-fi connection to be done. They afford you the freedom and flexibility to be able to travel.
4. Even if you can’t find a job with inherent travel, you can always negotiate for paid time off (PTO). As a recent graduate it’s scary to start having demands when you haven’t even gotten your first job, but I did it and so can you.
Some keywords to keep in mind in your Google Searches
“Travel 50%-100%” “International” “Field” Virtual” “Remote” “Work from Home” “Telework” “Nomadic”
PTOs that travel
TEFL (English) Teacher
Teach for America
– Yoga Instructor
– Scuba Instructor
– Ski Instructor
– Fitness Instructor
– Surf Instructor
– Rock Climbing Instructor
Cruise Ship/Yacht Worker
– Casino Dealer
– Entertainment Director
– Retail Clerk
– Tour Guide
Hotel Business Development
Remote Customer Service
Foreign Service Officer
International Program Analyst
International Aid Worker
Foreign Service Officer
International Business Development
International Program Management
Quality Assurance Auditor
Supplier Quality Assurance
Social Media Management
Social Media Analytics
Social Media Content Creation
Translator (Blog/Book/Video Caption)
– Celebrity/ News
Social Media Influencer (YouTube, Instagram, etc.)
Doctors Without Borders
Traveling Pharmaceutical Salesman
Wild Life Preservationist
Travel Zoo Veterinarian
Rent your house on AirBnb
Luxury Real Estate Agent
Key Movie Actor
– Event Management
– Brand Ambassador
– Event Security
Movie Location Scout
Technical Theater Staff (Lighting, Sound, etc.)
Other jobs that can be done remotely
Make Up Artist
– Private Chef
– Travel Chef
Freelance: Fiverr, Upwork, Craigslist, FlexPTOs, Crowded, etc.
Long Distance Truck Driver
Dropshipping/Amazon FBA warehouse
Write and sell a book
Watch Surveys/Give feedback on Ads
Translator (Festivals, Events, Corporate, Government)
Have any other suggestions for jobs that travel that a recent graduate may be interested in? Do you have a job that travels?
Tell me in the comments.
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