Have you ever thought about packing up your life and taking a trip around the world? Sounds exciting right, but how are you gonna pay for the trip? Here’s 9 ways to earn money while traveling the world.
AuPair is a great way to see other parts of the world while receiving free room and board with some extra money in your pocket. Make sure you go with a reputable agency and don’t get wrangled into an unfavorable contract.
The world of freelancing can be both stressful but liberating when done right. Sites such as eLance and UpWork allow you to make money from anywhere in the world if you have the right skills.
Teaching English (TeachAmerica)
Latin America, The Middle East, and Asia are always hiring English teachers. In some parts of the world, you don’t even have to be a certified teacher to get a English job. Brush up on your english and get out there!
No matter where you are in the world, there will always be a sales position available. If you have a knack for selling then this is a quick way to put money in your pocket.
Work as a Tour Guide
If you love people, history and culture than working as a tour guide is perfect for you. If you want freedom you can work as a freelance tour guide but the work isn’t steady. Whereas, working for a tour company will provide you with a constant paycheck.
Work for a Cruise Line
You’ll work long hours and be away months at a time but working for a cruise line will bring you good pay and allow you to see parts of the world never before imagined.
If you are great with a camera and wish to travel often, why not sell your photos from your journey online. There are many websites that allow you to create your own site and sell your work.
Being a professional travel blogger can be very expensive and time consuming in the beginning but once established, the sponsored travel work will come pouring in.
Learning to mix drinks can come in handy when traveling the world. Grabbing a bartender job not only allows you to make money but it gives you a chance to mingle with the locals and tourists depending on where you get hired at.