Best Travel Jobs to Make Money While Traveling the World (Top Tips)

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It has been years since I quit my corporate job in the Philippines so that I could travel the world and work remotely. Looking back, I was absolutely terrified with my decision… but right now? I don’t regret it at all and I never will, because I have secured my future, I’m living my dreams, and I’m enjoying every second of it! (Travel Jobs)

Besides, this is exactly the kind of lifestyle I have always wanted. And working a 9-to-5 job — often, even more hours! — cooped inside an office setting with a very low wage? Well, that didn’t fit me, nor did it motivate me at all…

Okay, I have to admit that at first, it looked great because of the ‘sense of security’ that it gave me as well as the whole idea of achieving ‘success’ in the corporate setting of an investment bank at the age of 19. But as time slowly passed, I realized that I wanted to…

  • Take control of my time (who doesn’t?) and not trade my 20’s for a job that I didn’t love
  • Earn what I actually deserve with my set of skills (fresh graduates, in my opinion, will always be undervalued); and,
  • Get rid of unnecessary time-wasters (hello, horrible traffic and humongous stress!)

…in order to develop the career or business that I have always wanted while I venture out to see the world, meet different people, and experience various things all at the same time.

So after I did quit my job, I worked as a freelance graphic designer, web designer, SEO manager, and marketing assistant in order to earn and travel at the same time. After some time, I built an Amazon business while also running this travel blog. After the success of these ventures, most of my days now involve around 4 hours of working — not consecutively — which leaves me a lot of hours for traveling and things that I’ve never managed to do before (like playing the piano, learning how to swim, learning a new language, singing in a band, etc.)

With all that said and done, I guess what I just want to say is that: YOU can do the same thing!

And with the help of this post, I will give you some ideas on how you can jumpstart your own ‘life of travel’ that comes with financial and job location independence. Other than my own experiences, I will also share other travel jobs that my friends and travel bloggers have done or are doing.

Best Remote Travel Jobs

1. Digital Nomad Travel Jobs

How to Become a Digital Nomad With No Experience

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This was how I started after I resigned from my corporate job back in 2013. Being a ‘digital nomad‘ simply means making full use of the technology around you (ta-dah: the Internet!) in order to work remotely and earn an income whenever and wherever you are — much like a nomadic lifestyle.

Truth be told, if you’re creative enough, you can convert any existing profession that you have into a digital nomad job!

MY STORY: I first started out with oDesk (now UpWork) to offer my services of: graphic design, web design, SEO management, and marketing. (Mind you that I didn’t know much about these areas at first. My course in college was about business anyways and none about marketing, design, or SEO — I just learned these skills by myself online which you can do too; there are just sooooo many free resources on the internet that there’s no need to really enroll yourself to a school).
With the work I’ve done in oDesk, I controlled my time and I accepted and applied for paid projects that I wanted right in the comfort of my own apartment or as I traveled and hopped to different countries. In short: working remotely through the internet = digital nomad life.
I eventually grabbed a stable high-paying online job with a Swedish brand and that went on for almost a year (I first started as one of their Customer Service Staff, advanced to being their Product Line Supervisor, and eventually their Head of Marketing). It lasted for only a year because come May 2014, I thought that it would be great to adapt their kind of business. So, after a bit of prep (and a bit of guidance from the CEO of thee said Swedish company), we set up our own online Amazon business: Adalid Gear. The best thing about this business is that I can run it from anywhere in the world given that Amazon does all the inventory-handling and shipping processes for me.

For more types of ‘digital’ travel jobs that you can do with the help of an internet connection (see also the top 33 helpful websites you can use), just read through the list below because one or more could fit you!

  • Consultation or Coaching
    If you are a professional or an expert on a certain field (e.g. financial management, events management, real estate, relationships or dating [pick up artists and so on], etc.) then this is something that you can offer online. I say this because most companies (or even individuals) often need the extra help without the need to permanently hire someone in their physical office. Other than building your own website to market your services, you can even sign up for sites like where you can make passive income from prepared courses that you will make.
  • Online Entrepreneurship
    For my case, we do e-commerce retail or also called as ‘private labelling’ (different from drop shipping) on Amazon, but other than this kind of start-up (which you can also do on Etsy and Ebay), you can try selling digital products like eBooks, games, and apps, or set up your own website and build a brand for your services (e.g. app development, website development, tour organization/trips, etc.)
    • Sure, it doesn’t always have to be something ‘online’, you can still be a business owner of a different kind but it’s just that most of the time, online-based businesses give you more freedom to move around. (To know more about other websites where you can sell digital products, see this article.)

NOTE: I just found out that there are Amazon courses online that can already teach you the basics of selling on Amazon. Check out these Udemy courses: “How to Private Label Products for Amazon” and “How to Sell Online on Amazon FBA“. Good luck!


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  • Online Poker Player
    I personally know someone who is a professional online poker player since 2008 and this kind of work enabled him to travel to different places like the Maldives, Prague, U.S.A, and more. This, of course, requires certain skills like bankroll management, number crunching, probability forecasting, etc. so it might be a bit of a hard start. But if this is something you want, once you learn the game, the return is enormous. I’ve tried to learn it before but decided not to really commit to it because it was just not my thing. Plus: the plays here are just intense. If you’re from the U.S., online poker laws are a bit cloudy that’s why it’s best that you check
    • If you’re interested in learning the game, is a good website to start with, and is one of the best places to start playing poker online.
  • Online Sports Betting
    It’s exactly what it says and it can definitely help in funding your work-and-travel lifestyle. Unfortunately, I don’t know much about this and have never tried it but I know a couple of my friends who succeeds with it (one is on basketball and the other is on football). They did say that there are a lot of resources online to help guide you; so if you’re into sports, as a start, check — it has a very comprehensive introductory guide for online sports betting.
  • Trading (Arbitrage, Foreign Exchange / Forex, Stocks, etc.)
    If you have a strong background for trading, make full use of it (otherwise, it can be learned). A lot of money can be made through this, but then again, a lot of money can be lost too; hence, it’s always best to really know what you’re doing. My friend, for example, enjoys it and when he eventually tried crypto such as Bitcoins and other coins, he saw huge returns!
  • Blogging & Vlogging
    This is one of the best travel jobs and if you gain some following, paid opportunities can be extraordinary. Companies or brands will pay you for features and reviews, or give you a free stay, flight, meal and others. You can even make use of advertising and affiliate marketing opportunities that can really rake in some money. As for ‘vlogging’, you can start to earn a lot by being a partner of YouTube. Most people do makeup and fashion videos or just make funny skits online; whereas if you’re into gaming, you can do commentaries or compilations (yes, people actually earn millions just by recording themselves while playing a game — I know, it’s crazy, but go to and you’ll see what I’m talking about), or record yourself singing/dancing, or your cute pet moments. Simply put, the choices are almost endless and it’s likely that one of your hobbies would make a perfect YouTube channel and following.
  • Virtual Specialists or Assistants
    With the help of online websites (like these) and depending on your skills and interests, you can do:
    • Administrative Work
      • Customer Service, Data Entry, Data Processing, Management, Online Research, Secretarial, Transcription, etc.
    • Specialist Services
      • Content Writing / Copywriting / Editing / Proofreading, Finance (Bookkeeping), Legal, Medical, Marketing/Marketer, Social Media Management, etc.
    • Technical Services
      • Graphic Design, HTML, Programming, Web Design, Web Development, Video/Audio Editing, etc.

RELATED READ: Top Websites to Make Money Online
★ TIP: Some countries are open to granting self-employment visas such as Germany. To learn more about this, read my article ‘How to Legally Stay Longer in Europe
VISAS: While traveling abroad, work permits don’t apply to us digital nomads since we don’t really work for a ‘physical business’ in the country’s territory. However, it’s your responsibility to research the laws of the country that you are in since some countries might have different laws that goes against this general rule. If I may add, it is also your responsibility to file your taxes appropriately in the country of your origin.

2. Counseling, Teaching, or Tutoring Travel Jobs

Teach English: Travel Jobs

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  • Teach English Overseas
    Countries that don’t have English as a first language should be an instant destination for you especially if you don’t mind teaching or if you already have previous teaching experience(s). Don’t worry as well because some schools or language centers would simply require you to have a Bachelor’s degree as well as have some knowledge of the English language. Still, most of them would still expect you to have a TEFL (or TESOL/TESL) certificate. As for the pay, it’s decent and it becomes better if you do freelance private classes or one-to-one (doing it private won’t necessarily make you need a TEFL certificate) as compared to only teaching in language centers or schools. You can also choose to work long term or just short term. Where are the best places that you can go to…?
    • ASIA
      Japan, China, Korea, and Thailand are the hottest countries right now that need English teachers (with Japan, Taiwan, and Korea paying the highest). Just type your search in Google for this (keyword is usually ‘ESL teacher’) and a LOT of resource websites will show up for availabilities, applications, and more. (For starters, you can try:
      If you are from the Philippines like me, you can definitely go to the high-paying Asian countries that I mentioned above, but most of the time these specific countries would require a visa from you (if you’re from the US or Europe, such would not be the case). So other than going to visa-free Thailand as an alternative for an Asian destination, the next best thing that you should do is head to South America given how they have several countries that are visa-free to most nationalities. Just take Brazil and Colombia for example and those are already the highest-paying countries for English teachers in South America. If you ask me, this is such an awesome ordeal (especially because I have developed a certain hatred towards visa applications). If you’re planning on heading there to become a freelance English teacher, other than ESL Cafe, try
    • EUROPE
      Spain, Turkey, Russia, Germany, Czech Republic, to name a few are typically in need of English teachers and ESL Cafe also lists openings for this. Also try

NOTE: Teaching jobs that require you to physically work in one of the educational institutions in a foreign country would mean that you need to operate with a working visa. You should NEVER work and receive a salary if you’re on a tourist visa only because that’s illegal. Anyhow, getting a work permit should be easy once you are accepted by a school or an institution abroad that wants to take you in as their ESL teacher. Nevertheless, I have heard of a few countries in Europe and South America that won’t require a work permit for ESL teachers; still, as always… do your research!

  • Online Teacher or Tutor
    This is also a type of digital nomad work and websites like,, (more hereare great websites to begin with. It’s important to note that there are application processes for this and most websites require years of experience.
  • Summer Camp Counselor
    If you like kids, camping, and outdoor activities, being a summer camp counselor can be a really fun thing to do! Other than the fact that you get paid, you also get to have free meals and accommodation. To start looking for opportunities on this, try:,,, or
  • Translator
    Another one of the best travel jobs that is also a kind of digital nomad work. So if you’re fluent in Chinese (as an example), there are a lot of clients out there that would need your service.

3. Au Pair Jobs

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If you love dealing with kids, an au pair job is the best thing for you!

It’s basically like being a nanny where you might also be expected to do some light housework. I haven’t experienced this yet, but it’s very common in Europe wherein most au pairs are female. I even know several travel bloggers who are doing this while doing their freelance work or studies. For this arrangement, the family would, of course, provide the accommodation and food and they would also pay you.

Other countries where au pairs are common: US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

Unfortunately, if you want something short-term, this might not be ideal because most au pair contracts need you to do it for 6 months and more. But that aside, it’s worth a shot! Besides, the organizations that handle au pairs would even help you get your visa.


4. Non-Paying Jobs (But with FREE Accommodation and/or Food)


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The travel jobs that I’ll be listing below will NOT pay you… BUT in exchange for the work you do, they will give you FREE accommodation and/or food.

In my opinion, that’s still a great deal if hotel costs, for example, are digging too much into your wallet. Besides, with these kinds of setups, you can also mix in your freelance or digital work like the ones I mentioned in #1.

  • Blogging
    I already mentioned this in point #1, but it also applies here because though some companies or brands pay you for a feature or review, some of them prefer NOT to pay as well since they consider the feature/review (of experiencing their establishment, tasting their food, or having a free stay) as their ‘payment’. As a blogger, this no-payment arrangement often applies if you’re still a newbie; but as you go on and gain authority, you can certainly start to chaarge for your services.
  • Couchsurfing or Home Stay
    I love the website: when searching for couchsurfing hosts! This is because each profile will show people’s testimonials about them. And ‘what’s couchsurfing’ you ask? It’s basically a ‘coined term’ that refers to the act of letting a friend or a stranger stay and sleep in your house for FREE, using whatever space available: may it be the couch, floor, or if you want someone to be lucky: a whole room. As a couchsurfer, you will enjoy that perk and you will also get the chance of meeting new local people as you experience the country/city with the host that can serve as your tour guide.
    • In a way, you can also call this a ‘home stay’ if you specifically search for families and not just individuals in; however, there are actually other sites online that focuses on family or home stays such as or And if I may add, if you want to find another community like, you can try
  • Home Swap
    If you’re leaving your house/condo/apartment behind, why not swap with someone else’s residence from another country? This means that you will let someone (a family or an individual) stay in your residence for X amount of days and then you get to stay in theirs as an exchange. A good website for this is It even seems like some people in the site exchange children too for cultural immersions, etc. Sounds a bit risky to me, but I guess if the references/testimonials are good for the host, it will already give you a sense of security. Moreover, you would also know their complete address, identity, and details.
  • Hostel Work
    Most hostels will let you stay for free and in return, you have to do some ‘light work’ for them (such as cleaning, running errands, etc.). So the next time you try to book into a hostel, try emailing them first to ask if they are open to this kind of set-up. Otherwise, you can try these websites: or

NOTE: Some hostels can actually hire you formally and pay you in cash, but be reminded that in this kind of exchange, you would need a proper work permit — NEVER do work and take in cash if you don’t have this. Informal ones like working in exchange only for food and bed is a different matter.
It depends on the country you’re staying in, but it’s generally a gray area. So technically speaking, you still need a work permit; but in reality, no government institution will care that much if you managed to stay for free by doing a bit of work for a hostel or hotel. Some establishments and travelers though still do paid work even without a work permit; it’s a rampant practice and you can do it too, but I am warning you that it can be very risky.

  • Volunteering
    There are volunteering opportunities in most popular charity groups (like WWF etc.) but unfortunately, those tend to have expensive registration fees (which will defeat the purpose of trying to gain financial freedom). There are even stints such as being a volunteer for the Olympics wherein you won’t get accommodation nor any pay in return — only the experience, which is still appealing, but not really ideal if you are on a budget and you want to continue living comfortably. So what you can rather do is look for volunteering jobs (work exchange) that have NO fees and which still provide something in exchange for your effort. These are usually the kind of jobs that you can get at hotels, restaurants, bars, fruit farms, etc. wherein in return for the help that you give them, they will give you free accommodation or food. To search for these, you can try searching at,,,, or

NOTE: Much like the hostel jobs, volunteering jobs can be also done in a paid manner, and again it is considered illegal if you don’t have a work visa or permit on you. Still, most establishments freely offer paid jobs ‘under the table’ even if you don’t have a work permit.
In fact, they know that it’s illegal that’s why some of these sites even put up a tip saying that you shouldn’t mention that you’re going to do volunteer work when going through immigration. As for those who simply offer free accommodation and food for the labor that you do, as I said, it’s a gray area and still very possible to do.

  • House Sitter / Pet Sitter
    It’s just like what you think: you get to stay and have a whole house to yourself for FREE (sometimes to take care of the pets too) while the whole family is away on vacation. The biggest site so far is TrustedHouseSitters followed by If you want to look for a longer commitment, go to:

5. Traditional Travel Jobs

Tour Guide

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These are the commonly known conventional travel jobs or careers that will make you see more of the world, but the downside is that some of them would still require a lot of hours (fixed). Of course, my aim for this article is to give job ideas that not only allow you to travel, but they should also allow you to control your time and the amount of work that you put in.

However, I thought that I would just enumerate these travel jobs either way because they can be your options too! And if you’re lucky, the hours can still be flexible!

  • Artist (Art, Crafts, Fashion, Makeup, Designer, Music, etc.)
    Depending on your skills and reputation, you can go a long way as an artist. Some bloggers make collaborations with the establishments in the country they are visiting in exchange for money or accommodation. The profit you can earn becomes greater if you mix it with an online presence. Like I’ve mentioned above, YouTube for instance is home to many artists. You can do hair or makeup tutorials online, painting or drawing tutorials or time-lapse videos, and more. Other than these, if you’re a musician, you can work in bars or hotels; if you’re more into crafts, you can sell your work overseas — the options are endless!
    • You can check by websites like Likhaan to sell your artwork.
  • Busking (Street Performer)
    This, in my opinion, is the most basic thing that you can do while you’re on the road. In exchange for money or even food/drinks, you can perform in public by singing, dancing, making street art, etc.
  • Biologist / Geologist
    If you have a degree related to this, the chances of traveling the globe is highly likely since you can be stationed in places like Hawaii or in more remote ones — which would prove to be an adventure!
  • Film, Creative or Camera Crew / Director / etc.
    Back in 2012, I met several people abroad who worked for the Survivor U.S. camera crew and naturally, they told me tons of crazy stories from their travels to many remote places (it’s Survivor anyways). As such, this is definitely one of the best travel jobs options for you especially if you’re into the showbiz or the creative industry. Besides, with the rise of independent (indie) films, you might even make a name for yourself as a director. Though it’s important to point out that this kind of work often requires long hours of work.
  • Cruise Ship Crew or Yacht Crew
    A few of my cousins do work as entertainers or bartenders in a cruise ship but it’s important to note that they operate on a contract that can span for months or years. You can go to to look for opportunities related to this. If you rather want something else like just helping out in a yacht for a brief time in order to go from one place to another, you can use this awesome site that I found: or
  • Flight Attendant / Pilot
    Starting can be quite tough because new employees almost always have no chance of choosing their own shifts or destinations — but you can still get to travel around while being paid. You might even get a few free flights or huge discounts, not only for you but your family too!
  • Freelance Photographer
    At least for this one, you can control your time but be mindful that it’s becoming insanely competitive out there and it might be a bit hard to start. Nevertheless, you can apply for websites like Flytographer, or offer your services to Airbnb properties that don’t have good listing photos.
  • I.T. Technician
    I’ve been told that I.T. people tend to travel and move around a lot; and it’s true. It made me remember some of my friends who manage to go to other places because of this kind of work. Though I think I should point out that the downside to this is that it usually requires intense and long hours of work and you’re cooped inside the office — this is why I give mad respect to them.
  • Scuba Diving or Surf Instructor
    If you have the diving certification or if you simply love to surf, why not share your knowledge and earn from it? There are a lot of places in the world where you can apply for these kinds of travel jobs, some of which are the Philippines, Indonesia, Australia, Hawaii, Maldives and more! Check out and
  • Travel Agent / Tour Guide / Tour Organizer
    This was one of the usual dream jobs before that is deemed to give you the highest chance to travel the world; but, with the advent of the internet, the industry is slowly waning (what with people booking their own trips). But this could still be a viable option for you especially if you have a degree in tourism and you want to put that into use. To start with, you can simply email tour companies in your destination to ask for availabiltiies. Otherwise, you can be a ‘digital nomad’ by setting up your own tourism business online wherein you create and organize trips for others.
  • Yoga / Dance / Exercise Instructor
    It takes work to start because oftentimes you need to build a reputation and a network; you can’t just show up in a resort or studio and offer your services when you can’t back up who you are. Once you got those things covered, it will be a bliss to do and share an activity that you love while traveling around.

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Best Travel Jobs


I hope this post helped give you an idea of what types of travel jobs you can do in order to travel the world, and leave the job that you are not happy with! I also hope that I helped inspire you in adopting this kind of lifestyle because it’s one of the things that I would absolutely recommend to everyone.

(Imagine, at that time when I was starting, I had little to no guidance — I stumbled through and picked things up all by myself. Yet, here you are, reading this article as start-up advice with me as one of your ‘guide’! Therefore if you think about it, this is already a ‘stepping stone’ for you: so take advantage of it!)

Remember: I listed these travel jobs as a start to launching a travel lifestyle so that I can help you launch your own dream too! But take note that it is still and always important to think long-term in order to secure your future even more.

So while you are doing one of the travel jobs above, try to think of other ways to attain an even more sustainable travel lifestyle. (Example: try being an online entrepreneur like me, try setting up a resort in a more affordable country abroad, etc.)

TIP: Much like what you have learned before in school, it’s a wise choice to ‘diversify your portfolio’ — meaning that when applied to this kind of lifestyle, make the most of what you can do or what you love to do. Don’t just settle on one job for your earnings, instead, go mix and match! Example, you’re great on lettering and calligraphy, so other than selling your services while on the road (to hostels, restaurants, galleries, etc.) you should also build your digital nomad opportunities by building a website of your own, selling your prints, and more. There are just so many opportunities out there! And once you find the best fit for you, start thinking long term because (for instance) you wouldn’t want to keep working for somebody else (bars, hostels, etc.) for all your life, right? So try to find a business or profession that will secure your future; may it be a stable online company, a tutoring school, a dance studio, etc.
LAST TIP: Are you under 35 and planning to stay abroad for a year? If yes, consider the possibility of getting a youth working holiday visa! Some countries allow travelers to work (and look for work) during their vacation which can last up to one year — this would act as some sort of residence permit. To know more about this, simply check this article to see which countries have reciprocal agreements (if you’re from the Philippines, we have an agreement with New Zealand so it’s worth checking out).

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    Lots of great ideas here! I also made the transition to home-based work. I still haven’t gotten to the part where I work from a beach or while on vacation. This article inspires me to do just that. :D

    • Aileen

      Thanks! I hope you get the chance to do so! :)

  2. Sara

    I absolutely love this post! I’m at the point in my life where I’m trying to figure out what career I should take. This will make me think a lot more and is a huge help in my current situation!

    I’m so envious that you were able to find your niche. Your photos with Jonas are really cute <3

    • Aileen

      Thank you Sara! I hope the best for you at this point of your life. And aw, you humble me but I’m pretty sure you’ll find your niche! (Actually up till now I don’t know what my niche is–sometimes, I tend to lean on being more of a web/graphic person but then sometimes I go for being an artist LOL) I guess it all boils down to just doing what you want or love to do! :)

      — and hehe, thank you! He says thanks too! Haha!

  3. michymichymoo

    Great article, Aileen! You forgot about IT (most IT people I know travel a lot for work) , but it depends on the company you work with. ;)

    • Aileen

      Hey Mich! Oooh, that’s actually a good tip! I was thinking that they are under the Virtual Specialists but I guess it’s one of the traditional jobs out there. Thank you!!

  4. Sumi Go | The Purple Doll

    So brave of you to decide to take control of your life, Aileen! I’m sure the road was quite rough, but I’m really happy for you. You seem happier now and seeing the world is definitely something everyone should do, especially when still young. ^^

    How I wish I can also do the same thing! :D Though I’m on flexitime, I still can’t leave the family business to travel for really long periods. Anyhow, I’m happy that I don’t have to work on a 9-to-5 job though, ’cause it might just pose a problem when the time comes that I’ll have to settle down. >.<

    Thanks for this really informative post! I'm sure this will be a lot of help, especially now that a lot of youngsters also want to take control of their own life. :)

    • Aileen

      Hey Sumi, thank you! Yeah, there were times that I cried mostly because of the stress from work and how uninspired I was >_< But I'm glad I managed. Thank you for your kind words, dear! I think the 'job' you're doing now is already a step. (y) I'm pretty sure you can do more things in the future!

  5. Kisty

    Bookmarking this because !!!!!!! Haha! The idea of traveling and still be able to earn excites me.

    P.S. I love how informative your blog is. <3

    • Aileen

      Aw, thank you Kisty! ♥ I’m really glad that this helped inspire you!!! That really means a lot to me.
      I am actually lagging behind on blogging about my travels, but I thought that these things might be helpful first. I’m glad I did the right choice! ♥

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