Four Jobs That Pay for Travel  

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Do you have the travel bug and want to see the world? You’re in luck! There are plenty of jobs that pay for travel and lodging, so you don’t have to worry about using PTO or doling out extra cash for your next big trip. Here are jobs that pay for travel, according to Zippia.  

Traveling Photographer 

Average Annual Salary: $42,949 

Whether you’re a staff at a publication, a professional portrait photographer, or a freelancer, this job can provide you with the travel essentials.  

Cruise Ship Director 

Average Annual Salary: $44,713 

Hospitality experience and a Bachelor’s degree is normally required for this position. A cruise ship director would be responsible for the entertainment of the passengers, planning day-to-day activities. 

Flight Attendant  

Average Annual Salary: $33,607 

Are you a fan of catching flights? This job may be in your terminal. Flight attendents address the needs of plane passengers while also providing safety instructions.  

Travel Blogger 

Average Annual Salary: $58,865 

If writing is more of your niche, then travel blogging might be something you would want to pursue. Creating your own website or cultivating a social media presence will help give you exposure. Many online content-creators earn money through ad revenue.   

Read more about jobs that pay for travel on Zippia.  

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