Earn money while travelling: Why not? (P1)

Do you love travelling and you cannot stay for any longer? Travelling and making money is quite great. How to do that? Let’s talk about 20 jobs that you can earn money while travelling!

Love to travel but don’t own a money tree? I feel you. When I first travelled overseas I transformed myself into a money-saving machine. No word of a lie, I was about as close as one could get to a human coin detector. I’d sift through the pockets of my parent’s jeans, search underneath the couch for loose change and celebrate small wins with a victory dance on the way to my piggy bank (I seriously had an actual piggy bank in the shape of a pig, too). But over the years I grew tired of saving for the entire year, only being able to enjoy myself for a few weeks on the road before I’d be running out of funds. So I started a travel blog in the hopes that one day in some distant world I could make a career out of travel writing. It happened just a few months later. But there are many other ways to make money while you travel, to pay for your travels. Here are 20 of the best jobs for people who love to travel:

It just so happens that English-speakers hold one of the most sought after skills in the world: speaking English. It may seem simple, but its one of your best traits. Teaching English in a foreign country is just as rewarding for you as it is your students, and it will allow you to travel the world with ease. Jobs are in abundance, however you may require a certification — thankfully that can be attained with ease in around a month!

19. Work in a Government Related Position

If you love travel but still want a university degree behind you when you wander off into the world, consider studying a degree in International Relations and seeking work in a government related position in foreign affairs and trade. Generally speaking these positions lead to wide travel opportunities, however you’re likely to be posted anywhere in the world without a say in where it is you will be stationed. But if you’re truly adventurous and up for the challenge, perhaps this job is for you!

Source: travelblogger

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