12 Little-Known Travel Jobs to Make Money on Every Continent

One of the silver linings of the pandemic is the emphasis on remote work – and it appears to be sticking.

A recent Gallup poll showed that 45% of workers are at least partially remote. That number jumps to 67% for white-collar office jobs.

The definition of the perfect travel job doesn’t have a right or wrong answer.  It ultimately comes down to your preferences and skills.

What Defines a Good Travel Job?

Bartending skills are essentially the same across the world, so you could find a job in almost any town. This travel job would also allow you to get plugged into the local culture.


Do you not think you have any skills that would allow you to work abroad? Think again. If you speak English, there are many opportunities to teach worldwide.

English Teacher

If you’re considering traveling the globe in your current role, consider how you can best make it work.

Remote Work  (in Your Current Profession)

Virtual Assistant

As a virtual assistant, you control what you do and when. The more specialized your skillset, the more money you can make.

Travel Blogger

If you love to travel, why not make it your job to document your experiences and share them with others?

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