In order of travel, most people have to earn and save to be able to afford their trips and vacations. It’s a given that vacation trips are costly, despite the fact that there has been a boom in budget airfares and cheap accommodations. Unfortunately, in a span of a year, people’s routine includes 70% of it spent working and saving and only 30% spent actually traveling. But what if there was a way to travel and work at the same time? Sounds a bit too good to be true but our list of 10 jobs perfect for people who love to travel, begs to differ:
One of the basic privileges of celebrities is gaining fans all over the world. And to reach out to them, they produce global tours. If they’re on a concert or even tour break, with the talent fee they earn, it’s certain that they can hop on a plane for a vacation. Celebrities like Taylor Swift even has her own jet. While local celebrities can sometimes be hired as ambassadors for other countries, like how Sue Ramirez is Korea’s celebrity ambassador to the Philippines. This requires her to fly to Korea every once in a while to educate her fans about the places and culture there. What a great deal, right?