When most people think of travel jobs, they imagine a jet-setting lifestyle moving from continent to continent on a daily basis. Unfortunately, this is likely a reality only for airline pilots and cabin crew, both very competitive roles. However, travel jobs encompass a much larger set of jobs offering some scope for visiting exotic and wonderful locales.
Jobs in travel often include organizing and planning trips for customers and business. Every multinational company will have a travel operation to deal with whisking employees off to client locations. On the other hand, you can work for a personal travel business, creating bespoke holidays for the general public.
Travel jobs require a good deal of communication skills as you’ll likely be interacting with customers and members of the public on a regular basis. An ability to work under pressure is also required – there are few things as scary and angry as someone whose travel plans have been disrupted!