Being able to travel and working abroad sounds to be an exciting idea for most fresh grads. Not only you can meet new faces and gain international exposure, but you can also earn a better salary. Not to mention, being an expat will give you a career break from the monotony of working life that you need. It gives you a wider viewpoint which will help you feel more inspired rather than sitting behind the cubicle office.

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So, do you love to travel the world while earning money to make ends meet? Read on…

1. Au Pair

If you love children, being an au pair could be a good choice. Au pair takes care of young children as line-in support during a unique cultural experience. Usually, you will be provided with free housing and living costs. You will be part of the family you serve and receive a monetary allowance for personal use.

Before doing this job, you should first have an aim to where you want to stay, in which country and what kind of family you want to offer your service for. After that, you can join or register yourself to Au Pair program online such as aupair.com or interexchange.org.

2. Flight attendant

If you love being on the sky and want to do it freely, then you can apply to become a flight attendant. Not only will you be paid nice, but you can also travel on stunning aircraft to different countries depends on your flight. Requirements to be a flight attendant varies among different airlines. So, if you really want to pursue this career, keep updated with the airlines’ job vacancies in your area.

3. Backpacker

Backpacker refers to individuals who travel with little/limited budget. But you can do alternative travel jobs. The type of work might not require a computer or a college degree. It only needs a more hands-on approach, let’s say – you need to be a talkative and social person. The jobs include musicians, artists, manual labour, street vendor, farm work, etc. These jobs, however, won’t give much wage, but why not?

4. Travel blogging

Think like an entrepreneur and start your own blog. While this seems simple, building a stable blog might take a few years to start earning from your blog. If you are serious with this option, you can start now. Build a free blog, gain visitors, and then purchase the blog. Your income will come from ad words, affiliate marketing, selling products, influencer project, etc. The result of your blogging can be a life saving for you.

5. Teaching abroad

One of the most common ways to travel is to teach language abroad. Generally, a traveller will offer English as it is the most common business and worldwide spoken language. If you are interested, you can register yourself to CIEE teaching programs worldwide. Their program includes every nation so you can choose the one you like. Alternatively, you can search on Google teaching programs which aims at one country such as China, Japan, France, and more.

6. Yacht crew

Do you love the sea and sailing with a private yacht? You can apply as stewardess or job of deckhand for entry-level positions that pay really well. It is a fun job offer to see some exotic locations. Your food and accommodation are covered too, which is great for saving money. Don’t know where to look for a job, you can start here and here.

7. Remote Jobs 

Many companies understand that their candidates demand a good and flexible work-life balance so they offer remote jobs option. Polish your resume and apply to one of these jobs. Remote job is a great offer to generate better income while working from the area of your choice.

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