There are not many people out there who can say that they hate traveling. It is impossible not to love going around the globe, experiencing new cultures, new smells, interacting with people from different countries. Some have managed to travel the globe for many years and find work in the countries they visit. Students spend their summer holidays working in other countries and working adults learn new skills to help them work abroad. If you are thinking about working and traveling, then here are some job suggestions for you.
Depending on what your native language is; what foreign languages you know and what countries you are interested in, working as a language teacher might be a dream job. Before deciding what language or languages you want to teach, take some time and investigate if you can take a teaching class.
If you decide to live in a Latin American country, for example, you might have a future as an English, French or German teacher. Most language teaching companies require their teacher to take some qualification exams, but if you have good knowledge of that particular language you should have no problem.
Pros: you will work flexible hours and you will be able to socialize on a daily basis. You can also adjust your schedule to your needs or work as a private tutor.
Cons: there might not always be enough students to make a fixed amount of money each month.
Photographer and video recording specialist If you are passionate about taking pictures and you own a good quality camera, then it might be a good idée to work part-time as a photographer and video recording specialist. Taking some photography classes so as to have a diploma and building up a portfolio is very important. Clients usually want to see your previous work. At the beginning, you might need to work pro-bono until you make a name for yourself. Social media is also important. Remember to ask your clients to write recommendations and post your work online, giving you credit.