Traveling and keeping a job seems two exclusive things that not many people can do at the same time. However, for some experts, it is totally possible—with all its highs and lows. Two experts weigh in on these jobs and share what it takes to be successful in it.
Initially, Charlie Munns planned to return to his day job in London after six months in Thailand. However, since 200 has been working as a dive instructor in Thailand. He says that his job has enabled him to reach and dive at destinations that may be rather difficult to find, including Micronesia, Aruba, and St. Kitts.
However, it is not all fun and games. Munns says at the beginning, he had to work for ninety hours a week. Decompression diving takes a toll on the joints, and at one time, he had two kidney stones with the nearest hospital 600 miles from his location. He had no other choice but to deal with the pain and go on diving.
Munns says that whether you are a professional diver or a newbie looking for a dive instructor internship in Thailand, Brazil, Indonesia and many other diving locations in the world, it is important to remain calm and patient. This is especially true during emergency situations underwater. BASC and PADI, and all other dive agencies, have well structured dive instructor internship in Thailand, Australia, Indonesia, and other parts of the world.
International Aid Worker
Amelia Rule of CARE International says that making a safe place to sleep for people in crisis is a huge motivation for her, amidst working long hours, sometimes in emergency situations. She says that she gets to discover new cultures, places, and personalities in her job, having been to Syria, Malawi, the Philippines, Nepal, and more.
Albeit fulfilling, she says that the job does not make future planning very easy for her. Since they respond to emergency situations, she must always be ready to get on a plane. The places she has been to were war-torn or under so much poverty or calamity, which could be difficult to see.
However, she uses these as her motivation to work hard and make life better for the people despite the injustices and hardships that they experience.