Yes, with up to 80% or more travel time, management consultants made the top of the list of the 15 highest-paying jobs for people who love to travel in 2017.
Management consultants earn an average annual salary $71,414 and travel up to 80% of the time and a freelance designer earns an average annual salary £59,155, while constantly being on the move.
If you love traveling, and can’t afford to completely quit working, you’re in luck – here’s our pick of the best jobs to turn that daydream into reality.
Top 15 highest-paying jobs for people who love to travel:
- Management consultant
Average salary: $71,414 average annual earnings and up to 80% of travel time.
- Freelance designer
Average salary: $59,155 and up to 100% of travel time.
- Travel nurse
Average salary: $55,447 and the opportunity to travel during a 13 week contract.
- Retail buyer
Average salary: $50,649 and at least 10% of travel time.
- Airline pilot
Average salary: $44,702 and up to 100% of travel time.
- Global events manager
Average salary: $44,629 and up to 50% of travel time.
Average salary: $44,048 and up to 15% of travel time.
- Travel writer
Average salary: $42,402 and up to 100% of travel time.
- Travel photographer
Average salary: $41,986 and up to 100% of travel time.
- Pharmaceutical sales representative
Average salary: $41,459 and at least 50% of travel time.
Average salary: $39,238 and at least 20% of travel time.
- Travel agent
Average salary: $31,468 and 30-40% of travel time.
- Flight attendant and In-Flight Services
Average salary: $26,398 and up to 100% of travel time.
- Ski and Snowboard Instructor:
Average salary: $22,262 and seasonal travel.
Average salary: Average salary: $10.63 per/hour and up to 6 months away on a contract.
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