Enjoy seeing new scenery and traveling on someone else’s dime. Then these jobs that pay you to travel as part of your employment responsibilities may be right up your alley. Yes, lots of hard work is definitely required, but what free time that you get can be spent exploring new locales.
- Commercial Pilot-The higher that you rise in seniority, the more desirable routes that you will be able to bid on.
- Destination Wedding Photography or Planner-Given that people generally don’t like to get married in ugly locations, you could find yourself traveling to paradise over and over again.
- Environmental Scientist-From scuba diving around amazing coral reefs to immersing yourself in the depths of the jungle, such environmental science based jobs do exist.
- Field Service Technician-Specialize in repairing particular equipment that may be used by clients around the globe (Howstuffworks.com).
- Flight Attendant-Much like a commercial pilot, seniority provides you the opportunity to select more scenic work routes.
- Healthcare/Health Insurance Consultant-Greatly in demand with the far reaching changes in healthcare currently occurring.
- Human Resources Recruiter-Depending on the specialization of the jobs that you are looking for good candidates for, you may have to travel far and wide.
- National Sales Manager-Jobs selling a range of products and services to clients throughout the country.
- Pipeline Specialist-You go where the pipelines flow. Yep! Long hours in this job, but definite frequent travel possibilities.
- Specialty Tour Guide-The kind of job where if you are good at what you do, you may have the power to help shape the itineraries and choices of locales that you visit.
- Sports Team Scout (Howstuffworks.com)-A competitive career field that requires going to where the talent lives and plays.
- Trade Show Coordinator-These industry and association gatherings are often hosted in places that people enjoy visiting or are easy to access.
- Travel Writer-By nature, this is a job that requires you to immerse yourself in what you are writing about.
- Traveling RN (Registered Nurse)-Perfect for the person who does not want to be pinned down in one place for long periods of time, but wants to stay somewhere long enough to immerse themselves in the area.
- Visitors/Travel Bureau New Business Development Specialist-Fortunately, not a job that can be done over the phone. Travel to gatherings of potential clients is a must.
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