What type of job lets you travel around the world for good pay?
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Do a search for " jobs for teens that pay over $25" and learn about the high paying power plant jobs that are offered to applicants without a college degree. jobs are becom…ing available because older workers are retiring after 30 - 40 years at their power plant jobs...... many of them started when they were teenagers without a degree
Good paying jobs can be found in the power supply industry where power plant jobs are becoming available as the older workers retire. Many good paying jobs are offered to appl…icants without a college degree. Do a search for - power plant jobs without college
Depends what you mean by high. sales engineer for an engineering company would be an option.
Most of the time, if your doing the job correctly.
These are some of the high paid jobs. Doctor (Surgical) earns between 350, 000 - 650, 000 bucks/p year Normal Doctor earns between 250, 000 - 400, 000 bucks/p year Lawy…er earns between 300, 000 - 550, 000 bucks/p year Architect earns between 250, 000 - 450, 000 bucks/p year High School/ Univercity lecturer earns about 250 - 500 bucks/p hour Other medium paid jobs are Nurse Banker Carpenter Artist Plz feel free to contact me at email@example.com!
\n. Working in a restaurant. Ive been woking at one for 2 years. Honestly, I hate it!! The customers are so rude, its a no where job but its a good for experience!
doctor, surgeon, dentist, pediatrician, CEO, program manager, nurse, dentist hygienist, pharmacist, veterinarian,
The military, or anything that has to so with warfare is one thing. If you travel aroud the world helping people in need like the red cross. Ship trading/ trading in general.
Many years ago I spent 4 summers working for Holland America cruise lines, many of my friends got to travel the ships to wonderful places around the world. They worked hard on… the ships mind you, not a lot of free time but saw many amazing places. I'm starting to write about my different journeys at http://canada-travel-worldwide.com/ I still have a lot to add to it!!
In short no. Only highly experienced professionals in this field have a need to travel. Companies cut costs at every opportunity, and cutting out unneeded travel is an easy… one. Almost everything can be done virtually (phone, virtual meetings, remote desktop linkages). However, there can be exceptions. Your company might want you to go to a conference elsewhere; if you get high enough up, you can get paid to travel around and teach others your skills; if you are on a contract with an office located elsewhere you might get to travel back and forth to establish initial requirements with the rest of the team, and revisit project status. If you apply those skills to a job in support of something like Government work, Intelligence, or Foreign Affairs than there may be a possibility for travel. It's mostly travel within the United States. That romantic picture of the frequent world business traveler is outdated. No more flying Business class either if you do travel - you must always use the cheapest alternative. Business travel gets old really fast when you are stuck in the middle seat of coach with no legroom, instead of lounging in the sexy business suites. The other thing that sucks is that traveling for work is just that -- you are expected to work hard the whole time and then leave. Seldom can you site see in the daytime, or make use of the nightlife since you need to be sharp at early hours. Sorry to sound negative -- I still travel every once and a while for work, and any travel (thats paid for by someone else) is better than none!
High paying airport jobs without a college degree can be difficult to find in this bad economy. If you have been searching for good paying airport jobs with no luck, you may w…ant to consider high paying jobs in other industries where replacement workers are needed to fill the vacancies of older employees who are retiring because of old age. Jobs are being offered to applicants without a college degree and with no experience.
Yes, but at the same time it always depends wher eyou work.
There are several variables to consider. Before we discuss that let's look at how much some singers make a year. Miley Cyrus makes 40 million a year, Katy Perry makes 5 millio…n a year, and in 2009 Carrie Underwood made 14 million. Now let's consider the variables. #1 All of the singers above are famous, you might not become famous and end up singing at a hotel and earning about $30,000 to $50,000 a year which isn't great. #2 You cannot plan for becoming a professional singer because people could always turn you down and you not thinking dropped out of high school and didn't go to college because all of your friends told you you had a great voice and told you to become a singer. Now you're flipping burgers. #3 This wouldn't be my personal career path. So I say singing in hotel or in a bar is not a good paying job, however if you get discovered like Carrie Underwood and end up making 14 million dollars a year good for you and the answer to your'e question would be YES with no hesitation.
There are few jobs where you will be able to travel around the world helping or saving sea creatures. Some animal activist groups have positions that may entail this. If you w…ere a marine biologist you would be able to as well.
That depends on your level of expertise, location, experience and what industry you work in within the travel and tourism industry. The tourism industry is very broad. Everyon…e from bartenders to CEOs of major airlines and resort developers to the maid at your hotel technically work in travel and tourism. People in the travel and tourism industry have education ranging from high school diplomas to multiple masters degrees and even doctorates. It helps to have at least a bachelor's degree in a Hospitality management, Tourism, event management, hotel and restaurant management or something similar. It also depends on where you live and work. A person in Indiana will not make as much money in the tourism industry as some in say, New York City, Miami or New Orleans. And finally, when you get any job you are valued at your experience. The more experience you have in the industry the more you are worth to the organization that hires you.
Every job that improves something should be compensated with better pay. Negotiating salary can be a scary thing to do, but if it is deserved it should be given.