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How to Make Travel as a Part of Your Career (No Matter What You Do)

How to Make Travel as a Part of Your Career (No Matter What You Do)

How To make Career in Travel and Tourism

Have you ever considered diving into a career that involves travel? Many people in the travel blogging world can make it sound like travel is easywease work and that you can change your entire lifestyle in an instant—but it’s not quite that simple.

Many people do say that travel career is interesting and you will find at least one in your friend's circle who takes this travelling career as a serious one.

Many people travel for business work and while others, they just want to make their entire career as travel blogging, writing and becoming a travel influencer. So, this article we will tell you more about logistics and how to get into this travel business.

Start taking advantage of the resources available at your fingertips - including travel conferences, networking opportunities, websites, job search tools, and more.

In this article, we will discuss some points which will surely help you make travel a part of your career.

Things that can help you here,

  • Going to Travel Conferences like:

1. TBEX

TBEX is one of the leading travel conferences - a travel blogging conference both in Europe and North America for anyone interested to have a career in travel media, marketing, public relations, or content creation. At TBEX, you’ll get the chance to network, listen to knowledgeable speakers, gaining more followers on social media, learn tips about growing a blog, and taking the leap into travel.

2. World Domination Summit

This was started by the author of the book, The Art of Non-Conformity, Chris Guillebeau. The World Domination Summit is an one-of-a-kind networking experience for those interested to get started with a career in travel, also described as a gathering of creative, interesting people from all over the world engaging in an immersive experience in life, work, and travel. From educational academies, talk like educational mini events, TEDs to Bollywood dancing, it has a little bit of everything.

3. Travel+SocialGood

This conference does pose the question, “How can we use the travel industry to make an impact on the world?” To find an answer to this, a small community of startup leaders, organizations, and travel bloggers get together to discuss the most pertinent issues in the travel industry today.

4. Book Passage

The Book Passage conference provides practical and hands-on instruction to budding and experienced writers and photographers - specifically focusing on the genre of travel. This conference is of a great reputation among travel authors and writers; many participants successfully get published while others launch their career after attending this conference.

5. Travel Massive

Travel Massive is a community of travellers that hosts gatherings and other events, all over the world (e.g., parties, seminars, and dinners) to network and collaborate with each other as well as with the new ones in the business. They keep monthly meetups in many places across the globe.

6. Women in Travel Summit 2015

At this conference, you’ll meet leading women in the travel blogging business, connect with brands like TripAdvisor and Go! Girl Travel Network, and also engage in the global sisterhood of travelling women. The travellers at WITS which are smart and savvy, can, with some strategic networking, become valuable resources and friends.

  • Finding Jobs on International Job search resources like:

1. DevNet Jobs

This site has a wide variety of jobs in international development - everything from short-term UN consultancies to long-term gigs abroad. You can get a weekly job newsletter for free off the website’s subscription, but if you’re serious about using the site to find a post for a job, you can also sign up for a paid subscription to get access to even more opportunities.

2. Global Jobs

This website focuses on international opportunities, as well as several other jobs available at think tanks and policy centres.

3.  UNJobs

This job site lists positions available in international development and that too at the United Nations - but make sure you evaluate each position carefully because some postings may be for internal candidates only.

4. Idealist

Over 100,000 organizations use this site itself to post their jobs, other volunteering opportunities and internships. If you’re looking for a way to work with any nonprofit organization internationally, this is the website to find the perfect opportunity.

Currently, the largest travel intelligence site out there on the internet is ‘Skift’. The go-to website for industry insights, news, and other interesting travel-related articles is great place to find resources if you are thinking of starting your career in the travel domain. No matter what your destination be, Skift will be your resource for information on accommodations, airlines, food and drink, conferences, and much more.

Something else on the web, The Matador Network focuses on travel content, featuring tips and stories from all over the world. Something cool is that it also runs Matadoru, a training program that helps bloggers learn the ins and outs of travel writing and helps get their work published.

If you have always dreamed of having a great start in the travel industry, these resources are a great place to start with. Start researching, blogging, attending conferences, and reviewing the opportunities that are out there available in the travel and tourism industry, and you will be surprised at how quickly you will get out in the world and explore.




21 Jan, 2019 By . Posted In Travel, Career. Tagged Travel Career, Career choice, Career advice, travel and tourism career.