Travelers carry with them a camera. They make great shots of mountains, canyon, birds, animals, different cultures. Selling those shots then there you are earning some cash. There are so many websites out there in need of those photos. You can also sell them to magazines or sell them online.
English teaching is in high demand across the globe. If you are proficient English speaker and writer then you are good to land this job easily especially in Asia countries where they are hungry to acquire knowledge of the worlds interlanguage.
They say blogging may take time even a year of hardworking before bringing in income. But if you can build a decent reputation as a blogger then you are good in attracting advertisers to your site thus making some good cash.
There are so many freelance writing jobs such as web content, web copy, news reporter, news paper columnist, magazine freelancer among others. If you have amazing writing skills then try freelance writing. You can get these jobs online on sites like oDesk and Elance.
This job is very common in Australia. Some farmers may pay per hour while others by harvest work done. That means you need to be that proactive. You need to know fruit picking is a hard job, need a lot of concentration and might work for long hours a day.
Import and Export Business
Run an import/export business. Get that item on one country and sell it at a profit in another country.
You might have various skills like scuba diving, skiing among others. You can offer teaching services to people willing to learn those skills. You might even get a lot of customers making it your profession.
Which other jobs do you normally do while on the road? Share with us in the comments below.
Amazing Reads of the Week
This Story Proves There IS Good in the World – Travel Junkette
Benefits for Travel Bloggers – Book of Travel Bloggers
Traveling the Top End with Wayoutback – Caroline in the City
Where to See Leopards in Africa – Travel Belles
Secret Venice – Burano Lace – Aussie in France
On Getting Back to Basics – Notes of Nomads