The Best Jobs for People Who Love To Travel
Today more and more jobs can be done remotely or nomadically, jobs that up until a few years ago would require you to arbitrarily clock into an office at 9 am and clock out at 5 pm. There is still some mind-set change required to catch up with technological advancements, presenteeism is still overly prioritized over more important metrics such as performance and retention, but as industries begin to understand the benefits of allowing more flexible work, remote working will become more widespread.
All of that being said, there is still a huge opportunity for more traditional jobs that do not rely on computers. If you have a more hands on skillset, it is likely your skills could be applicable abroad. To browse just some great jobs for people who love to travel, as well as some great tips for working abroad check out this new infographic by De Vere Hotels:
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