travel jobs

Working Abroad

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Want to get paid to travel? First you need to know where to start.

For more people the idea of traveling abroad for work is a dream because the task of actually landing a gig like that seems next to impossible. Fortunately for you, the website Viva Lifestyle and Travel has laid out the steps you need to take before packing your bags.

For example one of the first things you will need to do is get your paperwork in order. This includes things such as a travel visa and a passport depending on where you want to go. You may also want to bring a printed resume and references so you have them ready to go in case you find yourself nowhere near a computer.  read more »

Travel Jobs

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Find yourself staring out the window more than at your computer screen? Might be time to change the way you earn your paycheck.

Let's face it, an office job isn't for everyone. But that doesn't mean trading in your life of adventure to pay your rent; instead consider a job that gives you both. To help narrow down your choices MSN Money has the eight best jobs for people who love to travel.

For example, an English teacher. While that might require another degree, English teachers are in high demand to teach the language to people in countries such as China, Thailand and Costa Rica. Salaries range everywhere from $200 to $2,000 a month but can be stretched depending on the area's cost of living.  read more »