Travelling the world is exciting and very eye opening. A lot of us are stuck at office desks without the possibility to travel as often as we would like. Then there are the lucky ones, who are able to travel while working. If you are an online data entry operator, you simply need to have an internet connection and you laptop. This does not require you to be at a set place for 8 hours a day.

If you are considering changing careers, in order to travel more, we have the best options for you. It might seem frightening at first, but there is more to gain than to lose.

1. Au pair

Being an au pair is a great job because you don’t have to be concerned about housing and groceries. You are set in a home with all the amenities, which is always a bonus.

2. Tour Guide

Get to know a new area and become a tour guide. You will be able to visit some interesting places while educating others.

3. English Teacher

A lot of schools are looking for someone to teach English. Being part of a new culture is incredible and you will be able to pick up a new language as well.

4. Typist

Offer a typing service to various companies and individuals. With this job, you can work from anywhere at any time. It is usually very flexible as long as you meet your deadlines.

5. Flight Attendant

Many flight attendants have the opportunity to travel to various destinations, while working. Usually you get to spend a night in the city you are flying to, which allows you the opportunity to explore.

6. Cruise Ship

Many students are opting to go work on a cruise ship for a year. The remuneration is not bad and you get to meet a lot of interesting people.

7. Yoga Teacher

Travel to all the exotic places to teach a yoga class. Once you get certified, you can start your own yoga business, which is very lucrative right now.

8. Web Designer

It is not as complicated as one would think to become a web designer. Take a programming course and get your creative brain cells flowing.

9. Travel Blogger

If there was ever a perfect combination of earning money and travelling, this is the one. You are able to share with the world the experiences you are having during your travels.

10. Writer

A lot of writers can do what they do from anywhere. You can write content for blogs or newspaper articles. Anything that pays the bills will do. You don’t have to be a professional typist to become a writer.

11. Bartender

This skill is within you and wherever you go, you take it with. There are a lot of great pubs and clubs around the world and you can work in these for a set amount of time before you pack up and go somewhere else.

12. Translator

If you are bilingual, you can do translating of documents from your laptop. There are many freelance job opportunities for translators.

13. Chef

Professional chefs can earn a decent income and do so while travelling the world. A lot of restaurants will jump at the opportunity to have a professional chef come in and show them the ropes.

14. Online Trading

This is not a job for the faint hearted and it takes some time to practice. You might want to take a course if you are planning to trade online, but it is worth the knowledge and freedom.

15. Freelance

Living in a time where you can do anything on the internet gives us our freedom back. You can become a freelancer without boundaries. Write, proofread, paint and whatever else you can come up with, while earning money.