4 Careers for Adventurous Students Who Love to Travel

If you love to travel, you could combine this passion with your major and put together a career that will satisfy your needs for adventure and income. Traveling allows you to see other ways of life, try new foods and take in incredible sights. Consider one of these four careers that could involve lots of travel.

Detecting Disease Outbreaks as an Epidemiologist

If you are interested in helping to discover the sources and causes of disease outbreaks, consider earning a Masters of Public Health degree and working as an epidemiologist. The U.S. Public Health Service and the Centers for Disease Control deploy epidemiologists all over the world in order to trace diseases and help to put an end to outbreaks.

Providing Critical Medical Care as a Nurse or Doctor

As a nurse or doctor, your services are in demand all over the world. You could join an international group such as Doctors Without Borders, and work in refugee camps or provide critical services to people after a natural disaster. You will get to see the world and meet people from a variety of cultures.

Earning an Aviation Degree and Becoming a Pilot

Earning an aviation degree and becoming a pilot provides you with the opportunity to travel all over the world. Some schools, like the Institute of Aviation at Parkland College, know that your work could take you to cities across the globe, and you could set off to explore during your down time. Pilots also get considerable travel privileges, which you could use to vacation in the destinations of your choice.

Pharmaceutical Sales Representative

Pharmaceutical sales representatives may have a degree in business, biology, or related topics. As a pharmaceutical sales representative, you would have the opportunity to travel across the United States and speak with medical professionals about new treatments, devices, and medications. You could also ask to be based internationally, such as in Southeast Asia, and travel to cities in that region of the world. Your work would provide the chance to learn new languages, travel, and help doctors to care for their patients.

Each of these professional careers will reward you with a good income and the ability to meet new people and visit new places. Having skills in languages and communications will help to advance your career and your interactions with the people in each of the places where you spend time. These careers allow you to travel around the world without having to foot the bill out of your own bank account.

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