What are some fields of work (jobs) that allow you a lot of international travel and exposure?

Updated on : December 6, 2021 by Blake Mcdonald



What are some fields of work (jobs) that allow you a lot of international travel and exposure?

The word exposure in your question changes the answer.

The news reporter is one of those jobs; be it for printed newspapers or magazines and, of course, newscaster for television channels or podcasts of any size.

There are tour guide and tour manager jobs where exposure occurs in videos taken by travelers.

Professional photographers benefit from international travel and intense exposure.

International attorneys may also be considered for this answer as, depending on the area of ​​expertise, they could end up representing a very high profile client and therefore have camera exposure and airtime.

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The word exposure in your question changes the answer.

The news reporter is one of those jobs; be it for printed newspapers or magazines and, of course, newscaster for television channels or podcasts of any size.

There are tour guide and tour manager jobs where exposure occurs in videos taken by travelers.

Professional photographers benefit from international travel and intense exposure.

International attorneys may also be considered for this answer as, depending on the area of ​​expertise, they could end up representing a very high profile client and therefore have camera exposure and airtime.

Catwalk models, winning horsemen, famous painters and artists, even being a politician also answer your question.

And lastly, of course, there's the movie star job that comes with some cool perks from what I can see including international travel and exposure.

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For a graduate engineer, the easiest option to travel the world is to join a company that has several branches around the world.

So that it can be transferred to another country for a project.
But this may or may not happen depending on your company policies.

But if you want to travel the world now, you could try the field of work described in this link
18 jobs for people who love to travel

PS: if you want to try an engineering job and then travel, check out the job listings on linkledn, where some companies require a lot of travel for their employees.

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Hello thanks for the A2A

For a graduate engineer, the easiest option to travel the world is to join a company that has several branches around the world.

So that it can be transferred to another country for a project.
But this may or may not happen depending on your company policies.

But if you want to travel the world now, you could try the field of work described in this link
18 jobs for people who love to travel

PS: if you want to try an engineering job and then travel, check out the job listings on linkledn, where some companies require a lot of travel for their employees.

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The good thing is that if you study for one, you will prepare for all because people frequently switch between those careers.

However, pros and cons:

Journalism

Pros: It can be very rewarding. It can be fun, it can be interesting and it is a very interesting career. A friend of mine did local reporting for the Denver Post, and it was great. At least, that was what I thought. Every time I have had the opportunity to report as a freelance writer, it has been a real pleasure.

Cons: the pay is low, you will have to work nights and weekends for some events, the traditional media field is losing money and shrin

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The good thing is that if you study for one, you will prepare for all because people frequently switch between those careers.

However, pros and cons:

Journalism

Pros: It can be very rewarding. It can be fun, it can be interesting and it is a very interesting career. A friend of mine did local reporting for the Denver Post, and it was great. At least, that was what I thought. Every time I have had the opportunity to report as a freelance writer, it has been a real pleasure.

Cons: The pay is low, you will have to work nights and weekends for some events, the traditional media field is losing money and shrinking rapidly, many people no longer read newspapers and get into the beats more interesting or bigger newspapers are very, very competitive. It is a stressed field, because it is struggling to survive. You can get burned for it. Also, much of your work can get mundane and repetitive and people are ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE when they answer you about interviews.

PR

Advantages: High pay, the limit of what you can do with it. You can choose to be self-employed, own your own hiring company, or work for another company. You're making connections with people, so if you're a social person, public relations can be a great option. PR folks are also starting to have more influence over the content that companies produce, so now more of a creative outlet is forming.

Cons: He's probably the least creative of the three, and while he's getting more creative, it's more about building connections between people. If you are an introvert, it may not be the job for you.

Advertising

Pros: You can get creative here and will likely create some of the marketing and advertising materials that will really let you shine. Advertising is also a much broader field in today's world than television commercials and commercials, it could start to do, well, a wide variety of things. Today's marketers use content marketing a lot, inbound marketing, where you create content that customers are likely to appreciate and share. You can also post on social media and may specialize in one form of advertising. It is a good combination of high income potential, creative and flexible.

Cons: May be competitive and may not suit your personality or preferences. It can be a bit frustrating watching something you were proud of get changed. This is not really a scam, but something to keep in mind is that advertising is really about being positive. If you have a kind of biting or cynical sense of humor, or something that can be perceived as harsh or negative, you will need to rework your style to emphasize the positive. Similarly, you should emphasize what the advertiser wants to emphasize. Honestly though, there aren't too many downsides. You may like one of the other more and it can be difficult to get your foot in the door doing what you really want to do.

Big question! If you have a success mindset and are hungry to rush to the level of success, I don't think you need money to start your PR business.

In fact, I have a good friend of mine who started out simply by meeting people on Facebook groups and 12 months later makes over $ 30,000 a month from her PR business. I actually interviewed her on my show in case you want to watch her, I think she was in Episode 6.

Here's what to do (and know).

  1. As a PR person, what you do is connect people who need eyes with other people who need stories, right? Both sides are desperately
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Big question! If you have a success mindset and are hungry to rush to the level of success, I don't think you need money to start your PR business.

In fact, I have a good friend of mine who started out simply by meeting people on Facebook groups and 12 months later makes over $ 30,000 a month from her PR business. I actually interviewed her on my show in case you want to watch her, I think she was in Episode 6.

Here's what to do (and know).

  1. As a PR person, what you do is connect people who need eyes with other people who need stories, right? Both parties are desperately looking for you. People who need PR done for them is because they have a strong message that needs to be heard by the masses. On the other hand, there are people in the media who have an upcoming deadline and don't have interesting stories to post (it happens all the time). So you go in and save the day!
  2. Start connecting with media folks (LinkedIn is a great way to find them!), Build FRIENDSHIP with them, ask if there is anything you can do to help them in any way, PROVIDE MASSIVE VALUE before asking for anything.
  3. Accept their answer and help them solve their problem. Whether they just need a stock image for an upcoming article or they need a source to cite their story, whatever it is, help them for free… This will create a friendly connection with that person.
  4. Rinse and repeat steps 2 and 3 many, many times.
  5. At the same time, start connecting with people who have strong messages: authors, entrepreneurs, business owners, coaches, speakers, influencers, etc.

Before you know it, one of the authors who just accepted your application on Facebook or LinkedIn sees that you are a PR Rockstar and asks if you could help him land an interview on a post. The funny thing is that that person in the media who helped a few weeks ago to find an archive image writes for that very publication that the author is desperately looking for. AND BOOM !! Work out the details with the media person, do all the heavy lifting for them, create a contract for your NEW client, get paid, and have your new author client appear in the media for the first time.

P.S. Did you notice that you did not use any $$$ Dollar bills in the process? You don't need money to earn money (that's a lie that people tell as an excuse to be lazy and not work) ... What you really need is passion, thirst, hunger, and you really want it so much that you can spend 4-5 hours connecting with people until you find 2 people who could get along if they met.

Talk to a recruiter for all the details.

There are two basic ways to become a defense attorney (the term military means “military attorney”). The hardest way is to go to one of the service academies, do ROTC in college or join the service of your choice and be selected for the Officer Candidate School (Army / Navy / Marines / Coast Guard) / Training School of officers (Air Force) and earn a commission. After that, you will need to be selected for your target service program (if applicable) that sends selected officers to the law school in charge of the government, subject to the obligation to serve additional time on active duty after

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Talk to a recruiter for all the details.

There are two basic ways to become a defense attorney (the term military means “military attorney”). The hardest way is to go to one of the service academies, do ROTC in college or join the service of your choice and be selected for the Officer Candidate School (Army / Navy / Marines / Coast Guard) / Training School of officers (Air Force) and earn a commission. After that, you will need to be selected for your target service program (if applicable) that sends selected officers to law school at government expense, subject to an obligation to serve additional time on active duty after graduation from law school and qualification as a defense attorney. at your service. When I was in the Navy the selection process was very rigorous and very few of those who applied for these programs were accepted. I can't imagine that having changed in the intervening years, but an officer program recruiter from selected services can provide the details. I should note that it may also be necessary, if you choose this option, to spend several (2 to 6) years as a line officer in your chosen service before you are allowed to apply for government funded legal education (again, a recruiter can give you the current details of your destination service).

The “easy” way to become a defense attorney is how I did it: First I went to college and law school, then I approached a recruiter to apply for direct appointment as the judge's defense attorney. The various armed services recruit lawyers directly from law school (or after passing the bar exam and being admitted to practice), and the (large?) Most low-level lawyer portfolios are filled in this way. . The selection process is rigorous, but not as rigorous as earning your commission first and then applying for the funded legal education program, and after being selected, your initial training for membership is not as rigorous as the academy / ROTC / OCS / OTS.

You might start looking for transmission technology, not too scientific, but high-tech. It's a fun field to work in, you can choose to take a path that takes you on a lot of trips, and the pay is good as you go. By broadcast technology I don't mean applied media arts, I mean a proper technology path, following a media arts path doesn't usually make money.

I started in broadcast technology and moved into consumer electronics (set-top box and digital TV design). That has allowed me to travel quite a bit and I could easily move to several different countries to work. I

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You might start looking for transmission technology, not too scientific, but high-tech. It's a fun field to work in, you can choose to take a path that takes you on a lot of trips, and the pay is good as you go. By broadcast technology I don't mean applied media arts, I mean a proper technology path, following a media arts path doesn't usually make money.

I started in broadcast technology and moved into consumer electronics (set-top box and digital TV design). That has allowed me to travel quite a bit and I could easily move to several different countries to work. I've been to more than half of Europe and I've also been to Korea, Japan, and Thailand on business. Oh, and I almost always stay in nice hotels and don't run away from the wells (someone complains if I end up in a nasty place!). I have alumni who now travel the world as much as they like because they work on sports broadcasts, they often don't care much about sport, but they love travel and the excitement of events.

With broadcast technology (or also consumer electronics skills) you can work for cable TV companies, satellite TV companies, telecommunications companies, but also companies like Amazon and Google. You could work for Samsung, Sony, etc! My students have worked behind the scenes at the Olympics, World Cups, motorsports, sailing, etc. I worked for the BBC for a few years, it was exciting.

Working on television is fun. Meeting famous people is possible and I have met or seen many, but it is not the highlight because it is not that special once you have done it several times. I also spent the first part of my career getting paid to watch TV, which was nice!

The Master of Organizational Development, Change and Leadership (ODCL) will be launched next academic year. The program is launched due to the success of the executive program.

The Executive Program is intended for working professionals only and is therefore a weekend program. In the first batch, there were 24 students, of whom only 7 wanted to move to new organizations.

All 7 successfully moved into new jobs with well-known organizations: Amazon, DDI, Tata Group, Northern Trust, Bank of America, Cloudtail, and Aditya Birla Group.


Career options are basically in whatever industry you are in.

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The Master of Organizational Development, Change and Leadership (ODCL) will be launched next academic year. The program is launched due to the success of the executive program.

The Executive Program is intended for working professionals only and is therefore a weekend program. In the first batch, there were 24 students, of whom only 7 wanted to move to new organizations.

All 7 successfully moved into new jobs with well-known organizations: Amazon, DDI, Tata Group, Northern Trust, Bank of America, Cloudtail, and Aditya Birla Group.


Career options are basically in any industry you want and in any type of organization: for-profit, non-profit, and non-profit. The simple reason is that Organizational Development is an interdisciplinary field that looks in depth at organizational effectiveness (broadly speaking, at the organization, group / team, and individual level).

Examples of career options may be: Organizational Development Professional (OD), Learning and Development Professional, Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP), Consulting. (LinkedIn will be helpful in understanding career paths)

Please note that the MA ODCL program is preparing students to be experts in business and people management. So the career options are even more diverse.

Aside from the obvious "Travel Blogger / Writer / Producer etc", the best job involving a lot of travel is Sales.

Although most of your trip will be to the client's location, you will have the nights to yourself, as most of the time there are no meetings after 5pm. So that you can easily explore the place and the nearby area. If there's a weekend in between, it's like the icing on the cake.

The best part. You get paid for the job. You are paid for your travel and stay at the destination. When you travel, you get an additional allowance for the day. And if you close the deal, you get an incentive / bonus. Wh

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Aside from the obvious "Travel Blogger / Writer / Producer etc", the best job involving a lot of travel is Sales.

Although most of your trip will be to the client's location, you will have the nights to yourself, as most of the time there are no meetings after 5pm. So that you can easily explore the place and the nearby area. If there's a weekend in between, it's like the icing on the cake.

The best part. You get paid for the job. You are paid for your travel and stay at the destination. When you travel, you get an additional allowance for the day. And if you close the deal, you get an incentive / bonus. What more could you want?

PS: I was in Industrial Sales (B2B) for almost 4 years and that helped my travel diary a lot.

He works as a travel director / tour guide. Send a letter of interest and resume (be sure to highlight any previous trips as well as customer service experience) to companies that deal with corporate incentives. Also look for travel companies, like G Adventures. You can limit your selection to companies that deal with the type of travel you know you would enjoy.

Businesses to try for corporate work: Excellence in Motivation, Carlson-Wagonlit, BCD Travel
Companies to try for leisure work: G Adventures and TopDeck for gap year type youth travel; Check out this list for more information: Tour Operators

Also, if I

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He works as a travel director / tour guide. Send a letter of interest and resume (be sure to highlight any previous trips as well as customer service experience) to companies that deal with corporate incentives. Also look for travel companies, like G Adventures. You can limit your selection to companies that deal with the type of travel you know you would enjoy.

Businesses to try for corporate work: Excellence in Motivation, Carlson-Wagonlit, BCD Travel
Companies to try for leisure work: G Adventures and TopDeck for gap year type youth travel; Check out this list for more information: Tour Operators

Also, if you live in a big city, working as a local guide can be interesting and open doors to travel abroad in many ways. In New York, for example, a local licensing guide can make a decent amount of money and meet tons of cool people. That, along with the ability to maintain flexible hours, would allow you to travel without having to depend on a job to get there. Search for DMC (Destination Management Companies) and submit your application.

Must-Try Businesses - Do an Online Search for Nearby Local Guides / Tourist Businesses and Apply

Lastly, work as a travel agent, but be tired; this will not guarantee travel, but it may also open doors for you.

Companies to try: Liberty Travel is a good start. They have offices everywhere, they offer 2 paid weeks of training in New Jersey, and after about a year you can move on to bigger and better things with a travel-oriented resume.

EY GTH is an administrative office for all of EY Global. EY GTH is multi-country compatible and you will have the opportunity to support offices outside of India. provides good exposure and growth, if you are looking to understand challenges across geographies and customers, with little to no direct customer interaction.

Grant Thorton would give you better customer interaction, but will be limited primarily to Indian customers.

My personal preference would be Grant Thorton, as I love interacting with clients; but it is your choice. In addition, you should also take into account your broader goals, compensation, city location, a

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EY GTH is an administrative office for all of EY Global. EY GTH is multi-country compatible and you will have the opportunity to support offices outside of India. provides good exposure and growth, if you are looking to understand challenges across geographies and customers, with little to no direct customer interaction.

Grant Thorton would give you better customer interaction, but will be limited primarily to Indian customers.

My personal preference would be Grant Thorton, as I love interacting with clients; but it is your choice. Additionally, you should also consider your broader goals, compensation, city location, and brand.

I hope this helps.

So you want a job that helps you travel ... ..from my point of view, there are only two jobs that I can see that serve better ... because my friends and relatives are doing that ...

  1. IFS (Indian Foreign Service)
  2. Merchant ship
  3. These two are the best jobs for those who want to travel a lot… .IFS is a bit difficult to achieve but it can be achieved…. Everything is achievable, you just have to believe ... in whether the Indian government will send you as a representative to other countries ... a job you must dream of ... and the other is the merchant marine ... one of my friends joined to the MN in 2016 ... and in just 2 years we have seen 60
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So you want a job that helps you travel ... ..from my point of view, there are only two jobs that I can see that serve better ... because my friends and relatives are doing that ...

  1. IFS (Indian Foreign Service)
  2. Merchant ship
  3. These two are the best jobs for those who want to travel a lot… .IFS is a bit difficult to achieve but it can be achieved…. Everything is achievable, you just have to believe ... in whether the Indian government will send you as a representative to other countries ... a job you must dream of ... and the other is the merchant marine ... one of my friends joined to the MN in 2016… .and in only 2 years I have seen 60% of the world, isn't it good …… .j just make your goal today… .and the most important part is that you just believe in that? Good luck

Marine Engineering 4 months of training after Electricity or 1 year after Mechanical Engg.
or directly Naval Engineering ..
But there are pros and cons to this before you jump in.
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