1. WORK AT A CRUISE SHIP
Cruise on the clear blue seas without spending a cent by getting a job at an international cruise line. Cruise lines all over the world are in constant need of staff such as entertainers, waitresses, and housekeepers. Find a job that suits you best to get the free boarding and your desired pay. With few opportunities to spend your money while on the cruise, you are sure to come home with more money than you left with!
2. BE A MYSTERY SHOPPER
Mystery shoppers are individuals that the company hires to pose as regular clients in order to evaluate their services and products. Feedback about their experiences are given to the stores, groceries, and restaurants. In most cases mystery shoppers are hired locally, but there are overseas mystery shopping assignments too. However, these assignments are usually given to experienced mystery shoppers. Work towards it!
3. FIND JOBS AT HOSTELS, RESTAURANTS OR RESORTS
In exchange for free bedroom accommodation, why don’t you work in either the hostel’s front desk or the cleaning services? Hostels are usually looking for new staff and the same goes for resorts. For resorts, you make take on jobs on the front desk, restaurant, and entertainment department.
Lying on the country’s classified ads are cafe or restaurant job opportunities. Flip it open and apply. Explore your options to choose the best working hour that fits your travel itineraries.
4. OPEN A MOVING COMPANY
Get paid to head on a road trip by delivering furniture, animals, and other items from one destination to another by opening your own moving company. Professional movers pack the client’s items carefully and deliver them safely through trucks or vans. If you are up to the task then this is an idea that you must consider.
5. TEACH ENGLISH ABROAD
Hundreds of job opportunities that cater to TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) certified individuals, native English speakers or people who are fluent in the said language. A simple way to make a buck is to check out Dave Sperling’s ESL Cafe.
ESL Cafe is a website that is open for people who teach English and provides them students from around the world. You may send your resume or C.V. to schools and individuals in South Korea, China, Japan, and other locations.