Top jobs to do while on holiday

 

 

When thinking of travelling, you may envision drinking a fruity cocktail on the beach of some tropical island. However, for those who want to travel for long periods of time, it can be expensive and you might need an extra bit of cash to explore the world.

The good news is there are many ways you can work while travelling and you might even make a few connections through networking that can help you in your career. The public relations team at Adoni Media says that networking is vital for anyone trying to get a head start or trying to progress their career.

Many of us can’t afford to quit our jobs to travel the world, but there are many different opportunities to earn money overseas. Here is a list of the jobs you can do while globetrotting:

  • Travel blogger or freelancer: One of the first jobs you might think of is travel blogging, however, you first need to build an audience. This is because the income you earn from blogging depends on advertising, your site’s ability to sell products and affiliate marketing. This might take a few years, so another alternative is freelancing writing. Some publications pay people to write reviews and recommendations on things they do while overseas. This might be an article on the accommodation you stayed in or a tourist attraction you visited.
  • Teaching English overseas or online: English teachers are in high demand all over the world. You can teach a class in person or online. By teaching, you can gain valuable connections and get to see a side of a culture that most people don’t get to see.
  • Freelance Photographer: If you are passionate and skilled in taking photographs, you can actually make a living off it. Even though it’s tough work, being a freelance photographer means you get to travel to many different places and sell your photos to all sorts of publications.