Do you love to travel? Maybe you're too broke? Or maybe you just want to broaden your horizons and see what the world has to offer. Everything can be achieved. Traveling doesn’t have to cost hundreds and thousands of pounds, neither does it have to be boring. There's something out there for everyone. This is your very own personal guide to help you find a job suited to your travel needs.

1.Teach English

If you're from England or you're fluent in English then this could be the perfect job for you. Not only will it help educate the world, it could also help you make new friends and also maybe learn a new language yourself. This is a great one for someone whohad patience and is very cultural and want's to meet new people and what better job than helping others!

2.Flight Attendant

This is not one for the faint hearted. If you want to see the world from a whole new angle then this is the one for you. Not only will It earn you a fair amount of money but all the destinations you travel to will be absolutely FREE! Just be warned, the training can be tough but if you're willing to put in the work then go for it!

Plane wing

3.Tour Guide

This is one who wants to see the world in all kinds of weather. Whether its 30 degrees outside or tropical storms you can't let anything get in your way for this one. This is a great way to learn more about the country you're visiting as well as educating others about the wonderful locations. The plus side to this is you not only get tipped if you do a good job but you can also show off to your mates on holiday!

4.Cruise Ship

Cruise Ships have so much to offer job wise from Singers to actors to bartenders etc. With so many possibilities there's something for everyone on a cruise ship. Not only is the whole trip free, you get to meet some new people, make new friends and see some great sites. Just remember though, if you're sea sick don’t look overboard!


Now this is a personal favourite of mine. What better to do than go somewhere, test everything it has to offer, write all about it and get paid for it! This is a great one for someone who want's to see everything everywhere, Just don't forget your notepad!

Man on mountain

6.Photographer / Videographer

Why stop at blogging? Why not try photographing so pretty pictures or some never ending panorama's in New York? You could also give videography a go. Vlogging is a very popular thing now a days. Who knows, maybe you could be the next Zoella!



This is a great one for someone who is looking to travel the world but wants a chill way to enjoy it whilst making a few pounds. The best places to find a bartending job would be a hot country like Spain. I've heard the Canary Islands are lovely this time of year!

8.Ski/Surf instructor

Whether you love soaking up the sun or tearing up the slopes, this could be a great job for you. Learn a few tricks and trips yourself and meet some great people. Who knows, maybe you could be the world's next best.


If you're really talented in the old musical department then Busking could be a great job for you. On the streets of San Diago or the Area of Alicante you could show the locals your skills. It may be a slow way to earn your money but you'll meet some great people and see some amazing sights. Just don't forget to get your busking license where needed first!

10. International Hotel Chain

There are many International Hotel Chains around the world. By working for one not only could you be send from place to place, you can also gain valuable experience with a well known company. It can be very hard work but who knows, you could even work yourself up to the top!

So that was my own top 10 list of jobs for people who love to travel. Any of these sound like a great idea? Got any other idea's? Let me know in the comments down below!

Charlotte Nichols is a StudentJob blogger, and is a student at Southampton Solent University where she studies Journalism and Music Management. Check out her Blog, YouTube and follow her on Twitter!

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