Have the travel bug? Want to combine your love of travel with an awesome career?
Don't worry, it's not too good to be true. There really are companies that allow you to travel and have a fulfilling career. That's why we compiled this list of 8 great companies that let you travel the world as part of the job.
So, brush up that resume, dust off your passport, and get ready to start jet setting!
HomeAway is a leading vacation rental marketplace, with vacation homes in over 190 countries around the world.
Many of the staff who work at HomeAway share a love of travel and find a lot of inspiration for their adventures on the company’s website. Employees also look forward to the Vacationer Award, where workers can be nominated by peers to win a vacation for their hard work—which makes for a fantastic bonus.
Empowering people to experience the world is the Booking.com mission. It’s why they tell their customers, “Whatever you want to do, wherever you want to go, you can book it with us.”
One of the many cool things about working with a travel organization is the opportunity to embrace the industry as an individual. Employees at Booking.com can take advantage of each deal they close—creating even more incentive to bring the best prices to the public—and are even rewarded with the display of their coolest travel photos posted in company conference rooms all around the world.
TripAdvisor is the world’s leading travel site for reviews and advice on hotels, resorts, flights, vacation rentals, travel packages, and more—so people can plan and book the perfect trip.
TripAdvisor is much more than just the sum of its revenue over time and the lines of code that have made it one of the biggest travel sites in the world. At its core, the company aims to inspire and enable people to confidently explore, experience, and share the world. And that goes for the employees too!
Asana is a web and mobile task management app—designed to effortlessly increase teamwork productivity without email.
Asana gives its employees autonomy to manage individual work schedules, allowing all Asanas to have a life outside of their careers. By placing an emphasis on passions instead of punching the clock, Asana enables its teams to work diligently yet flexibly at a healthy pace, supporting an enjoyable work-life balance without burn out. And that flexibility allows employees the time off they need to travel.
Enterprise Holdings is a family-owned, world-class portfolio of transportation brands that services the entire globe, with nearly 9,000 locations and more than 90,000 team members.
“My advice for someone who's coming into Enterprise? The sky's the limit,” says Assistant Manager, Shannon. And with more than 9,600 global locations and the largest fleet of vehicles in the world—that couldn't be more true.
Part of Priceline Group, Agoda is one of the world’s largest online travel accommodation platforms—offering over 1 million hotels in 38 different languages.
Agoda is transforming travel for millions of customers around the globe and the employees are a huge part of that. Agoda believes that its people are its biggest strength. The team knows how to work hard and have fun, and chooses people to work there who are dedicated to making things great.
GLG provides professional educational platforms that connect industry experts—changing the way the world’s business leaders learn and share information.
GLG understands that its employees want to learn new skills, work with different teams, and experience other environments as they navigate their careers—and the company is committed to making GLG a place where all of that happens. With 22 offices around the world, GLG offers ample travel opportunities for employees.
Asurion helps people balance life and its interdependence on technology by insuring consumer devices and appliances and offering a plethora of technology solutions to keep them running.
Employees think of Asurion’s Nashville, TN office like a hub, though many team members work from home. This flexibility boosts work-life balance and makes professional development even more relevant. However, internal shenanigans still exist—like themed attire on release days, city scooter tours, and minor league games.
Here at The Muse, we partner with a lot of great companies to bring you insider looks at their offices and awesome job listings. These employers pay us to be featured on the site, but these Muse-worthy brands made this list not just because they want to be included, but because their culture, policies, and employee feedback showed us that they deserve to be.
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TopicsWho's Hiring , Sponsored , Company Roundup , Booking.com , Asana , Trip Advisor , HomeAway , Enterprise Holdings , Agoda , GLG , Asurion
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As a branded content editor at The Muse, Jennifer helps brands tell their stories. Newly based in Kansas City, when she's not out exploring and sampling BBQ, you can find her at home reading and perfecting her pasta sauce.More from this Author