In a recent Gallup poll, 85% of Americans simply cannot stand their nine to five job right now. If you’re included in that demographic and can’t wait to jet set, there’s hope for you. Here are five careers for those that want to go around the world and get paid for it.

Digging For Clues

Instead of playing as archaeologists Nathan Drake & Lara Croft in video games, go be one in real life. Since this field isn’t in demand, the road to grabbing a job is rather tough. You’ll need a master’s degree in order to apply for work. On average, archaeologists make around $60,000 a year.

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Come In Peace

If you’re someone that wants to make a chance, become a Foreign Service Officer. This government jobs travels you to various locations in order to promote peace and unity. Any degree helps, but ones aligned with this job (political science, law) are a bonus. This job can earn you anywhere between $40,000 to $72,000 per year.

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Prepare For Takeoff

Airplane fanatics can easily find themselves in bliss as a flight attendant. Grabbing one of these jobs is rather easy. While a certificate looks good on a resume, a high school diploma will do just fine. Yearly, flight attendants make around $45,000. Aside from great pay, there’s plenty of benefits such as free food and housing.

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Fly The Friendly Skies

If you’re looking to transport people across the sky, being an airplane pilot is best for you. Aside from a bachelor’s degree in aircraft operations, you’ll need two of months of training, On top of that, you’ll need 1,000 hours of experience as a co-pilot. On average, pilots earn around $100,000 per year.

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Teaching The Future

If you have a bachelor’s degree and love English, you can teach the language overseas. TELF (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) jobs can normally earn you around $3,000 – $5,000 monthly. If you don’t have a degree, you can still apply for a job after gaining a TELF certificate.

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