A work-life balance can be hard enough, let alone having enough time to travel around the world.
The good news is that there are many ways to get your fair share of seeing all of the world's most intriguing places and have a stable career at the same time. Gone are the days of having to be in the travel industry to be a globetrotter.
Indeed has just revealed the 15 best-paying jobs for travel lovers and there are definitely some surprises that made the cut.
Management consultants and freelance designers made the top of the list with 80 per cent or more travel time - these high earners truly have the best of both worlds. Management consultants earn £55,236 on average and travel up to 80 per cent of the time and a freelance designer earns £45,754, while constantly being on the move.
Other jobs that made the cut with 100 per cent travel time are expected such as travel writer and travel photographer - they are ranked slightly below average based on income, but still earn far more than flight attendants.
But the most surprising career paths to make the cut were recruiter, pharmaceutical sales rep and auditor.
If these career paths are tempting you to travel more here is the full list:
1. Management consultant - £55,236 average annual earnings and up to 80% of travel time.
2. Freelance designer - £45,754 and up to 100% of travel time.
3. Travel nurse - £42,886 and the opportunity to travel during a 13 week contract.
4. Retail buyer - £39,175 and at least 10% of travel time.
5. Airline pilot - £34,575 and up to 100% of travel time.
6. Global events manager - £34,519 and up to 50% of travel time.
7. Auditor - £34,062 and up to 15% of travel time.
8. Travel writer - £32,791 and up to 100% of travel time.
9. Travel photographer - £32,470 and up to 100% of travel time.
10. Pharmaceutical sales rep - £32,062 and at least 50% of travel time.
11. Recruiter - £30,351 and at least 20% of travel time.
12. Travel agent - £24,333 and 30-40% of travel time.
13. Flight attendant - £20,419 and up to 100% of travel time.
14. Ski instructor - £15,708 and seasonal travel.
15. Stage hand - £8.22 per/hour and up to six months away on a contract.