Looking for an entry level job or internship in travel? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
If you’d like a job that takes travelers to interesting places, consider an airline, train or bus service, or cruise company. Here there will be a lot of hands-on jobs, as people need to repair airplanes and someone needs to inspect the ships, but many less hands-on jobs are also available. You can also be a tour guide and show your city off to travelers.
The Internet has been replacing travel agents in recent years, and as a result there are many websites for booking every stage of travel: the flight, the hotel, the car rental. Even less conventional lodging arrangements such as staying in someone’s home have cropped up. Companies run these websites, and if you’re a software developer, you might consider working with one of them. Non-software opportunities may arise in design, sales, and customer support.
|General Manager - Restaurant|
TravelCenters of America North Bend, WA
|HVAC and Refrigeration Technician|
RESSAC Climate Control Downey, CA
|Senior Construction Inspector|
Felsburg Holt & Ullevig Englewood, CO
|Tour & Travel - Special Events Representative|
Six Flags Eureka, MO
Sapp Bros Travel Centers Denver, CO
|Timeshare Sales Representative|
Fiore Las Vegas, NV
|Travel and Lifestyle Customer Service Specialist|
Qualfon Fort Collins, CO
|Junior Travel Division Leader|
WEST HILLS DAY CAMP Huntington, NY
BridgeStreet Global Hospitality Mountain View, CA
|Sales Travel Agent|
FAREPORTAL Las Vegas, NV
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