In keeping with celebrating Diversity Month, we thought here at the Career Resource Library we would highlight a special career niche - the international or travel career!
Students often talk about going abroad, either to study, intern, or for a job position. These are temporary experiences that many people find to be a great way to see the world and get to know new cultures. But perhaps you want even more than this... Do you see yourself as someone who will build a life around travel, whether in the U.S. or overseas? What kinds of careers afford these travel opportunities? Just how do you go about arranging to get paid to pack a suitcase and land in some warm, beautiful, exotic destination? How does it become your job to have some awesome adventure experience?
Want books? Visit our on International Work book section, including titles:
The global citizen : a guide to creating an international life and career, by Elizabeth Kruempelmann, 2002.
Jobs for travel lovers : opportunities at home and abroad, by Ronald L. Krannich, 2006.
International jobs : where they are, how to get them, by Nina Segal, 2003.
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