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Infographic: The Best Jobs for People Who Love To Travel

Some people just have travel in their bones; a compulsion to discover the wonders of the world and live a nomadic lifestyle is just a normal state for some people.

But there is a few things that can quickly stunt those plans to fly around the world and live that kind of lifestyle, one of the main things being money. While it may be possible to travel on a shoestring budget, you still need some money, particularly if you want to fully embrace your travels. A great way to overcome this problem is to combine work and travel.

While this might sound difficult to begin with, there are plenty of traditional job openings around the world, you just need to choose a job that will either guarantee travel or increase the chance that travel will be part of your job. If you thought that working and traveling was only reserves for bloggers and other internet businesses, then you’d be wrong – more traditional jobs are still required around the world.

For example:

  • Hotel staff: hotel work is similar around the world and high-end hotels are often looking for native English speakers.
  • Construction worker: whether you are a bricklayer or a project manager, there are always countries around the world that are booming and in need of experienced construction workers.

And while it isn’t included on this particular graphic, coaching is a great job for any would-be globe trotter. Coaching skills transcend international borders, so long as you can overcome any language barriers, you will be able to deliver great coaching services anywhere in the world. If you are looking to take that direction with your career, you may want to consider hiring your own coach first.

The ongoing digital revolution is changing many industries and careers and will continue to do so at an ever-increasing rate, meaning the possibilities for completing jobs from anywhere in the world are also growing.

There is a lag between the technological capabilities and adoption; meaning the technology is there but many companies are slow to change their practices. However, studies show that giving employees greater flexibility is extremely beneficial to productivity and employee happiness. Still, it will still take some time before companies overcome old-fashioned presenteeism and fully embrace these changes.

If being chained to a desk for the rest of your life isn’t for you then check out this new infographic put together by De Vere Hotels to discover if your there is a job for you overseas.

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Infographic: Jobs for People Who Love to Travel

About the Author Jay Williams

Jay is part of the community team at DeVere Hotels, responsible for engaging with their community and beyond. As well as having an obsession with all things, travel Jay is a family man, and lover of self-improvement and life hacks.

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