Not everyone is cut out for a desk job. Not everyone wants to chit chat by the water-cooler on their lunch break or indulge in the horrible drip coffee in the office. For many work is about adventure, about stepping out of their comfort zone daily to make a quick buck.

Opportunities to be traveling circus assistants, or sewer tour guides, exist between the lines in classifieds all across the globe. But for those that aren’t ready to wrangle clowns or trudge through filth, there still remains a demand for people willing to live a little outside the box.

Cruise Ship Gigs – Sailing isn’t quite the easiest thing to master, and seasickness is still rampant among those stepping onto cruise ships, but…more

Flight Attendant
– If the ocean isn’t your thing, taking to the sky is another worthy option. Flight attendants have been traveling around the world for years…more

ESL Teacher – Out of the many travel jobs out there, teaching English as a second language (ESL) can be one of the most rewarding…more

Truck Driver – You seldom hear a child say, “When I grow up I want to be a truck driver,” but in such a poor job market, pulling a long haul can provide not only a steady wage but also inevitable stories from the road…more

Mike Curts is a trucking driving savant and writer for eGears, an online authority that specializes in CDL practice tests and study guides.