9 Best Travel Jobs that Pay You to See the World

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5) Travel Nurse

If you have planned to work in healthcare, but don’t want to be limited to your hometown, you can be a travel nurse. As with any nursing job, you will need to become a registered nurse. This will require a few years of specialized education. With that done, you can apply for out of state or international nursing opportunities. You may want to go to an international job agency to help you find the perfect position. These jobs sometimes have rewards, such as providing housing, tax-exempt income, medical coverage, and more. Depending on the specific job, you may be able to help people who have limited access to health care. And since these programs may be short-term, you can apply for several over your career. Regardless of where you work, you can still have the satisfaction of helping people recover from illness and injury.

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