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Something I've always enjoyed is traveling. I know that it can be extremely stressful for work when you've got a family, but I reckon I won't have that until my late 20s at the earliest (and that's a very slim chance). I also know it's not always fun and games like in that movie Up In The Air, but having read a lot of posts on another forum that's focused toward travel, it sounds like a life for me.
The thing is, what sorts of jobs involve this much travel? Obviously pilots and flight attendants do the most travel, but I'm not sure if I want to (or could) be a pilot. And I don't think flight attendants make lots of money... I'm all about doing what you love but I know the kind of lifestyle I want requires a bit of moolah.
I hear about sales and consulting jobs, but how exactly can you get into that? Can I major in pretty much anything? Would a marketing major help for sales? An MBA with focus in HR for consulting (well, HR consulting)?