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What's a good career where you can travel?

Not in the airline industry. What are some well paying careers when you can see the world (and even live in other countries)?

Asked By: starry-eyed - 3/22/2007
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International relief and development, the diplomatic corps, being a technical advisor to local governments, photographer, journalist, medical jobs, teaching, working in the tourist/hospitality industry, translation/editing, sales, public relations, international legal contracts, computer/technology, even accounting/... More
Answered By: elf2002 - 3/22/2007
Additional Answers (47)
My best friend is an RN and shes a travel nurse. She works at various hospitals throughout the world on assignments that last from 3mths to 9mths. She absolutely loves it.
Answered By: salinger - 3/22/2007
 
Translators,chef,dancer,photographer,. Is something you can look up or do. Whatever you decide have fun enjoy.
Answered By: Ashanti W - 3/22/2007
 
Being a translator gives you opportunity to see the world...especially if you leanr a language that others don't understand.
Answered By: dr.bunny - 3/22/2007
 
Computer integrations specialist - Siebel or SAP. You are sent out to sites to install computer solutions. You need a strong accounting or IT background for this, but the pay is really good. In general computer consulting will have you doing a lot of flying.
Answered By: John T - 3/22/2007
 
cruise ship attendant does nothing but travel and sounds fun too
Answered By: fojimo - 3/22/2007
 
flight Attendant
Answered By: diana * - 3/22/2007
 
International sales rep Foreign affairs (government) Purchasing agent (Foreign imports)
Answered By: Chiprat - 3/22/2007
 
The Navy www.navy.gov
Answered By: CGomex - 3/22/2007
 
Becoming a doctor would be an excellent choice. I have a few friends who want to be doctors cuz they are well paid and they might get to travel to many places.
Answered By: Peachie - 3/22/2007
 
Archeologist, fashion designer, real estate agent, musician, artist, party planner, meeting planner, consultant, actor, motivational speaker, club owner/promoter. Hope these suggestions help.
Answered By: SDgurl - 3/22/2007
 
Try http://www.bbcarefreetravel.com you can start your own business there, and travel for over 50% off the regular prices.
Answered By: Driven - 3/22/2007
 
One of my good Friends is in the FBI and he or she has been around the world about1800 times, stopping at Rome and Germany, Amsterdam, etc. along the way. But about half of their time is still spent in LA and DC. I'm not FBI so I don't know why.
Answered By: sirenyar - 3/22/2007
 
The career of Education! Many countries are looking for people to relocate to their country and teach languages in the schools; i.e., a second language school, or even some colleges. You get to travel to the foreign country if accepted for the position, and most times your cost of travel to the country is paid by the... More
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Answered By: Kalin - 3/22/2007
 
International Sales
Answered By: cabridog - 3/22/2007
 
''Travel Nurse'' they make a lot of money, my friend makes 60 an hour or more. Depends on your Nursing experience. She travels all over the world, and just came back from Hawaii.
Answered By: Chula - 3/22/2007
 
Travel and tourism is my best answer
Answered By: penguins=hearts - 3/22/2007
 
Become a toxicologist my stepfather was one and he got to travel everywhere!
Answered By: Deeds31 - 3/22/2007
 
i think becoming a person that fly planes, or a flight attendent is a good paying career for you to see the world ( and even live in other countries). contact me at: thedramaofhistory@yahoo.com
Answered By: thedramaofhistory - 3/22/2007
 
Acting would be a good one. You get to travel alot, and maybe even become famous :) Good luck!
Answered By: slayer - 3/22/2007
 
photography; just take pics of mountains trees what ever you think looks cool!
Answered By: Alex Spaulding15 - 3/22/2007
 
Flight Attendant, the airport is always hiring and you get free airfare...
Answered By: Milla - 3/22/2007
 
To live in another country, you need to request for relocation. For jobs that enable you to travel, try regional job responsibility.
Answered By: SG Elite - 3/22/2007
 
I'm an engineer and I have done a great deal of traveling and moving for previous jobs. I traveled around the country and around the world. I love the work, but the travel got old after a while. I hate airplanes now.
Answered By: SexyTrojan - 3/22/2007
 
sales rep
Answered By: cactusone - 3/22/2007
 
military, embassy jobs, cruise ships, free lance writer, free lance photographer, etc.
Answered By: Petry Builders, Beaumont, Tx - 3/22/2007
 
Electrical Engineer, computer programmer, sales, trainer, human resources manager, anthropologist, personal assistant, circus performer... the list is almost endless... More
Answered By: dude - 3/22/2007
 
try working on a cruise ship maybe... More
Answered By: sherry - 3/22/2007
 
become a consultant. i used to work with one of the top accounting firms and got to travel everywhere. the best part was if i didn't want to fly home on a weekend i could fly a friend in to visit me. or i could fly somewhere else for the weekend and all the costs were covered by the firm.
Answered By: kittycat - 3/22/2007
 
Travel agents...i recommend working in an office for a while to build up clientel then you can work at of your home. You get MAD discounts in traveling (sometimes even for free), for they want you to experience the places your self do you can easily sell the packages to the clients... More
Answered By: Jada515 - 3/22/2007
 
A flight attendant! Well....that's if you wouldn't mind flying often.....
Answered By: imabrat - 3/22/2007
 
There isn't really a good one but hey if thats what your looking into try the services. Be all you can be in the army. (Haha). But on the real, thats one way to travel all over and get paid.
Answered By: Latin Barbie - 3/22/2007
 
There are all kinds of positions available on cruise ships.
Answered By: Garacaius - 3/22/2007
 
Time for serious...my sister married a guy... More
Answered By: david s - 3/22/2007
 
join the navy. my cousin did... he's in germany right now!
Answered By: Ishla - 3/22/2007
 
get into sales.. thats the best.. well i am looking to do the same.. i mean travel all over the world.. thats why i started my own company.. rite now i am looking out for business partners who can work with me.. starting off from US.. message me at herochenna@yahoo.com if you are interested.. good luck..
Answered By: herochenna - 3/22/2007
 
Join the Army, you'll be in Iraq in 4 months
Answered By: moxhambi - 3/22/2007
 
Soldier of Fortune.
Answered By: runs_with_scissors - 3/22/2007
 
Heaps of them. Teaching, nursing, chef, journalism, social work, medicine, hairdressing, beauty therapy, chiropractor, massaeur, writer, fruit picker, business, mechanics, disability worker, hospitality, singer, etc.
Answered By: sexy-star - 3/22/2007
 
People I've met who travel a lot are most often in sales. However, if you use your imagination, I bet you can choose a career you love and still travel!
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Answered By: sci55 - 3/22/2007
 
International business (exports, imports)
Answered By: Mariposa - 3/22/2007
 
intellectual marketing just like me
Answered By: GOOGOOGAAGAA - 3/22/2007
 
Tourist Guide!
Answered By: Ahmad H! - 3/22/2007
 
drug smuggler!
Answered By: mrphaka - 3/22/2007
 
I think the best is to work in any career Get money Then travel!!!
Answered By: Kabamaru - 3/22/2007
 
-Travel Agent... More
Answered By: West_End_Girl - 3/22/2007
 
I have heard similar to statements made already, that most often you can get a job as a Teacher of English for those in the country you are going to that are learning it as a English as a Second Language... More
Answered By: dmh7593 - 3/22/2007
 
This person, his name is Elad, travels all the time. He involved with kids birthday parties. I don't know what he does, however, you'll find him listed #1 on yahoo and google for coolest kids birthday party
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Answered By: Robert H - 3/22/2007
 
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