If you have always wanted to explore different cultures and make connections with people all over the world, we know the idea of being cooped up in a cubicle from 9 to 5 will not appeal to you. For those who find inspiration on the go, choosing a career that allows them to travel the world seems like the right choice.

As the Covid-19 pandemic radically altered how people viewed the typical office, the shift towards working remotely persisted in the post-pandemic period. In this article, we take a look at the top four location-independent careers that could give you the freedom to live a life of travel and adventure.

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From capturing a destination wedding or picturesque landscapes to the nightlife of a buzzing city, or the calmness of a quaint village, being a photographer is an adventurous career that will take you to different corners of the world. For example, professional photographer Robert King who has a massive Instagram following, has travelled to over 50 countries in the past five years. King captures stunning wildlife, landscape, and night photos and has worked with international brands like Chevrolet, Lululemon, and Four Seasons Hotels, as well as one of the largest travel agencies, Lonely Planet. Working as a professional photographer allows you to see the globe while getting paid to do what you love—whether that’s as a full-time photojournalist for an established agency or as a freelancer for a wide range of clients.

Football Player

Whether representing their club or country, professional football players frequently jet off to other cities and countries for away games. Being a professional football player offers you the unique opportunity to travel the world while seeing new cultures and lifestyles as you play for international clubs. Ronaldo Nazario, a Brazilian footballer, has had an impressive career that has seen him join the squad for clubs such as Barcelona, Real Madrid, and AC Milan. The three-time FIFA Player of the Year led Brazil to World Cup victories in 1998 and 2002 and dazzled in the UEFA Champions League and Europa League. After 18 years on the international stage, the football icon finally announced his retirement in 2011. However, Ronaldo has kept himself busy, appearing in several Nike commercials and serving as the brand ambassador for the gaming company Betfair, which has become wildly popular in the UK as one of the best casinos with free spins. The Brazilian football club, Cruzeiro, is also owned by the football superstar.

Touring Musician

Making a living as a musician is a fantastic way to indulge in both your passion for music and a desire to see the world. Throughout the course of the year, bands and solo artists embark on world tours, performing in venues as diverse as nightclubs, auditoriums, and stadiums. Rolling Stones, a legendary rock band from the UK, has embarked on over 200 international tours over the course of their career. Back in 1963, the iconic rockers hit the road, and they’re still playing to sold-out crowds in stadiums across the world today. Making music your profession allows you to see the world, interact with interesting people, and maybe even get some ideas for your next hit song along the way.

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English Language Teacher

Did you know that British writer J.K. Rowling taught English as a foreign language in Portugal for a brief period before becoming a household name with her Harry Potter novels? You, too, can teach English as a second language (ESL) anywhere in the globe, provided you are fluent in English, have a genuine interest in sharing your knowledge with others, and meet the necessary educational requirements. The potential to travel the world and meet interesting individuals from all walks of life by working as an English teacher is at an all-time high.