What are the Top 10 Jobs That Force People To Relocate?
Getting a job for a first-time job seeker is usually an exciting time. It is a time to move from being dependent on parents or relatives, to finally getting your own income. Some jobs, however, may require you to relocate. Relocation for a first-time job seeker may be an interesting opportunity. For some who are changing careers, it may come as a challenge, a daunting task or a welcomed change too. This is because career relocation includes moving whole households from one part of the country or globe to another.
This is a guide on which jobs may force you to relocate, hereby giving you the much needed information on which career to focus on if you are a wander-luster.
- Au pair: Being an Au pair means working for as a domestic help and living with a family in a foreign country. The bulk of an Au pair’s work involves taking care of the host family’s children as well as a stipulated amount of housework.
- Consultant: Consultant jobs are so specialized that their client base can be spread all over the world. A consultant is often a free agent and usually gets to decide where to relocate to.
- ESL Teachers: Teachers who tutor English as a second language are in great demand at home and abroad. To get hired you need a Bachelors degree, the necessary training to be an ESL teacher as well as various licenses as required by different countries.
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- Cruise line worker: Working on a cruise ship demands that you travel, basically around the world. In whatever capacity you work on the ship, part of your requirement will be the ability to relocate.
- Foreign Service worker: In this category, the most known job is a diplomat. It requires you to literally uproot your life, and transplant it in a new part of the globe.
- International aid worker: This category of work entails providing assistance to people in different locations on the globe facing various life-threatening issues.
- Traveling nurse: Being a traveling nurse involves relocation to a different part of the country or globe, every once in a while as your expertise is needed or called upon.
- Long distance truck driver: As the title suggests, this job requires much travel, as well as relocation. In most cases, relocation would be necessary to be closer to the trucking companies that hire you.
- International tour guide: The world has many fantastic tourist destinations. To work in this career you will be forced to move to a city with these attractions.
- Flight attendant: Though this career may not require you to have a specialized degree, it may sometimes force you to relocate. Some airline companies may require you to relocate to the city that houses their headquarters.
All in all, relocating for work may not be everyone’s cup of tea. To make your move easier, it is important to have a good shipping company. They will take care of the shipping of all your household and even office essentials. This will give you the peace of mind to focus on getting ready for your new assignment.
Written By:Joe Webster
Joe Webster began his journey in the auto transport field by attending the University of Southern California (USC), where he graduated with a Bachelor of Business Marketing.
After college, he started his career in the auto transport industry from the bottom up and has done virtually every job there is to do at A-1 Auto Transport, including but not limited to: Truck Driver, Dispatch, Sales, PR, Bookkeeping, Transport Planner, Transport Manager, International Transport Manager, Brokering, Customer Service, and Marketing. Working with his mentor Tony Taylor, Joe Webster has learned the ins and outs of this industry which is largely misunderstood.
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