Are you a teen or young adult that likes to travel? If travel is one of your favorite things why not consider a career that will allow travel. Here are ten hot travel jobs most of which will require either a college or trade school degree. If you are looking for a career right out of high school that will allow for travel you may want to consider the military. Naturally the best paying careers will usually require an education beyond high school so keep this in mind.
10 Hot Travel Jobs
Whether for a commercial airline or the government air force, pilots are envied because they can travel across the globe almost every day and the salary is one of the best paying jobs today.
2. International Chef
If you have a nice talent for creating palatable dishes from different countries of the world, you can have a chance to expose your food creations through the help of international restaurants who loves to exchange their executive chefs for a bit of exploration and exchange of knowledge and skills.
3. International Journalist
There is no better career like an international journalist. You can visit interesting places, know different people, and at home, you are still being issued a paycheck. The best way to jump in this career is to enroll in a journalism class that offer international internship programs after your graduation. Most journalism schools in the United States offer this option.
4. Travel Journalist
Well, this is slightly similar to a career as an international journalist but this job is safer and lovelier. Your travel editor will never send you to Iraq or Afghanistan to write an article promoting a new travel park.
In the military, you can be assigned to different camps and bases that your country is associated with. However, this is not safe but extremely exotic and exciting. Also the armed services provide outstanding trainings on different locations.
6. English Teacher
For individuals who are native speakers or at least have an outstanding command of the language, they are privileged. You can find a successful career with ESL program or English as a Second Language in different countries around the world wherein English is not a primary language. Currently, there is a great demand for English teachers in Korea, Singapore, Japan and China.
7. Foreign Service
You can also pursue a degree in international studies and seek a career with foreign embassies. A career as personnel of an embassy is rewarding and brings honor as a dignitary in a foreign state.
8. NGOs (Non-Government Organizations)
If you have that moving drive to change the world or simply want to travel while changing the world, why not jump into an NGO or a charity which is operating around the globe? In this career, there are numerous career opportunities for travel lovers and the free-spirit. Whether you are very knowledgeable in peace policies, conflict resolution, or humanitarian works, NGOs can help you.
The best way to get started is checking online sources which will provide you with different names and information of NGOs established throughout the United States. Also, you can seek employment in the United Nations headquarters in New York City and move to the ladder until you are promoted to a staff that can travel.
9. International Business Executive
Whether a CEO or a Vice President, being the top dog of a multi-national company has its benefits and luxurious fringes, you could be signing a 300 million-dollar partnership in India or visiting a branch in Guangdong.
Well, as a spy or a secret agent you can visit different locations such as underground London or a forest headquarters of artillery in Chile. But this job is dangerous although it is very rewarding.
To learn more about travel jobs check out the U.S. Travel Association site.