Traveling for work is great, you get to see the world, or the country, see different places and meet new interesting people.
Travel writers have a great job, which may be very rewarding. Whatever job you're in you want perks and benefits.
People are changing jobs more often than ever before, having multiple careers throughout their lifetime. Perhaps we are looking for new experiences, something which rewards us in other ways, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
Whatever your interest, there's a career path for you, but we have to start somewhere, often right at the very bottom.
Career paths may exist, but it is not always a straightforward process finding these. There is so much information out there, it often boggles the mind, and trying to find 'an expert' to help is costly.
I'm really not sure. My husband and I have just returned from an extended road trio (several months) and I must find a new job but IO'm bored and frustrated with what I usually do. I would like a change, not of occupation (I am an accountant) but perhaps a more rural location, of a different industry.