10 JOBS THAT PAY YOU TO TRAVEL THE WORLD!

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  1. I am a Bangladeshi I work in a factory in Malaysia. Now I want to go to Australia. Will you help me?🤔🤔🤔Please don't give me back I have a lot I want to get to Australia😍😍

  2. This so old but when teacher is gonna bring me home

    Teacher:when you older what jobs you gonna work

    Me:idk

    Teacher:I think you rather be…… (I forgot) that job make you traveling the world

    Me:that wasting money

    Teacher:no the job pay you money to travel world

    Me:.o.

  3. What this chick is really saying, is, "click my shit, so that I can make money to travel myself! No answers for you, sorry… oh, maybe you should be a youtuber… oh, maybe an influencer… Give me money! Click my shit!" This is not real money, nor real travel (Australia? hahaha). If you want the real answer in a six+ figure way, find a way to contact me and we'll chat.

  4. No 8. – Being a tour guide in some country needs you to have a License by the country or you can be charged which resulted in paying lots of money and can be jailed.

  5. I am from India and I am very much interested in abroad jobs. I have passport. Presently working in Qatar as a Security Officer. I can handle any kind of job with responsibilities. But I am very upset. I want assistance or sponsorship. I want to go anywhere in Europe.

  6. I would love graduating school and then moving to another country and becoming an English teacher but I have to support my parents in the future because they are imagrints and they work all the time and I want them to have retirement to enjoy themselves.

  7. Being a yachtee (yacht crew) is far better than working on a cruise ship. Also, they won't hire Americans for cruise ships cause no one in their right mind would work for those wages and terrible labor violations. Working for a student travel company seems like a great job. You are basically teacher and camp counselor in one. Requires a bachelors, pays low but ALL accommodations paid for.

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