What is a job that I can travel and see the country/world?

I am a 24yo male from the US. I've graduated high school and have some college. My passion has always been adventure and travel. I would love a job that I can mix into this lifestyle. I am looking for a relatively unknown career, something that would be fun and rewarding and NOT the military.

Asked By: - 12/19/2010
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what you want to do is what millions of others want to do. Have a good job, earn lots of money, and travel the world. Good luck, not many jobs of this type are available - especially for someone who has NOT graduated from college... More
Answered By: Maverick - 12/20/2010
Additional Answers (8)
You can become a Naturalist.
Answered By: Schindler - 12/19/2010
you can be a wildlife photographer, or a marketing job or HR and can work in those company who has there projects all over the world..
Answered By: Sheraya Rum - 12/19/2010
work 4 a cruse line company or airlines company
Answered By: Leen Eng - 12/19/2010
You could work for a cruise line. The chefs tend to get off the ship fairly often to go supervise the purchase of foods for the cruises. Event coordinators on cruise liners often get paid to ensure that on shore events are functioning properly, which requires attendance. Ship's engineers generally get to leave after... More
Answered By: Max J - 12/19/2010
Other than military there are things like: airline flight crews, photo or print journalist, nature photographer. The people that do the most travel in the company I work for these days are supplier management people - particularly auditors. With globalization, a lot of supplied parts, materials and subassemblies come... More
Answered By: conley39 - 12/19/2010
tourism, journalism, newsreporter
Answered By: el8 - 12/20/2010
If you like to travel by train you could look into applying for a job with Amtrakk. Or if you like the sea how about looking into the cruise lines. Or work for a travel agent might be fun. Well whatever you choose work hard,be safe and have lots of fun too!
Answered By: LadyRazz - 12/20/2010
Plane pilot if you are
Answered By: nathalie - 12/20/2010
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