1. Teach English
Teaching English is the most popular and easiest way to earn money while traveling. The demand for English teachers worldwide is increasing every year. If you want to teach English there are two options, first is moving to a new country and second become a nomad and teach English online.
Most company requires a bachelor degree and an English teacher certificate. There are a lot of websites that offer English teacher certifications. You can earn 10-20$ per hour by teaching preschool to grade school students.
2. Work in a Hostel
A hostel is a budget friendly accommodation with dormitory type rooms and shared bathrooms and toilets. You may apply in hostels as a receptionist, bartender, janitor or events planner.
The best thing about working in a hostel is you don’t need any experience. The downside is they don’t usually pay the workers but they offer free accommodation and food as well as earn money from event commissions and bar tending tips.
3. Seasonal Work
Seasonal work is popular with backpackers. Some European countries have working holiday visas that makes applying for a job abroad easy. Work in a 5 star beach resort in Cyprus, be summer camp leader in the USA, do farm work in Australia or work as a receptionist in a ski resort in Canada.
There are many options to choose from. So if you want to have a well-paid seasonal job, here are some websites for you:
4. Work on a Cruise Ship
Most people save a lot of money just to afford a cruise ship vacation, but working in a cruise ship will let you travel the world while getting paid.
There are many job vacancies depending on your expertise. From hotel staff and bartender, to entertainer or disk jockey there are a lot of opportunities for you.
Working on a cruise ship pays you well and you can save you a lot of money because you don’t need to pay for accommodation and food. The only disadvantage in working on a cruise ship is you need to undergo cruise ship trainings and certifications.
Try to look for a cruise ship job on this website:
5. Au Pair
An au pair is a helper from a foreign country usually around 18 to 25 years old working for, and living as part of a host family.
Au pair is short-term work experience abroad where you can receive compensation in the form of cultural exchange, free accommodation, free food and a small wage. Countries with the most Au pair hosts are Germany, Australia, Great Britain, France, Italy and Netherlands.
Here are some websites where you can look for an Au pair host: