Sahil Sharma

Well i like meeting new people and travelling alot can you tell me of an career options matching my above likes???

Well i like meeting new people and travelling alot can you tell me of an career options matching my above likes??? i have completed my btech in mechanichal eng from nit allahbad and is currentlly employed wid ntpc india

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RE: Well i like meeting new people and travelling alot can you tell me of an career options matching my above likes???

Sumit Basu
Sumit Basu
Verified Career Expert
Head at MARKS Consultancy Services
  • Kolkata

Hi ,
I suppose within your current organisation, you will have to spend some time across all the departments. If such chance exists, you will get the opportunity to explore your interests while in Sales/marketing department. See, how best you can transform your 'interests' in performance and then plan accordingly.
Sumit Basu

RE: Well i like meeting new people and travelling alot can you tell me of an career options matching my above likes???

Aparna M Venkatesan
Aparna M Venkatesan
Verified Career Expert
PhD Management And Organizational Psychologist
  • Hosur

Hello, this is one of such interesting expectations one could have in their career. Meeting new people and travelling a lot could actually happen the most in these five job profiles mentioned below. I shall describe them one by one in here.

1. Sales and marketing:
You can work for sales and marketing department in any organization. Typically if you are involved with consumer products marketing, you may be involved with a lot of travelling. Consumer goods often require to compete well in the market, keeping in mind the ever growing competitors in the same industry. As a sales/ marketing manager you can travel on field trips to conduct surveys, opinionpolls, market survey, focus groups and many more. This way you get to travel a lot as well meet new people.

2. Management or technical consulting:
You can consider doing an MBA to become either a management consultant or technical consultant. Management consultants typically work on HR/ Oerations/ markting/ strategy/ project/ supply chain and many more - meaning you work for management side only. On the other hand you can work as a technical consultant in areas like Java, SAP and many more. Technical consultants can easily get a job in any IT firm and management consultants can find jobs with McKinsey & company, Booz & company, Bain & company, Boston consulting group and many more. The main advantage of being a consultant is, you will almost have a job profile with 85-90% travelling and you might get assignments either nationally or internationally too.
3. Tourist guide/ officer:
You can consider doing an MSc Tourism to become an accredited tourist officer/ guide. After you gain a few years work exp as a tourist officer, you can also study MBA in Tourism and management where completing the degree, you can manage tourists, organize trips, budgets and many more. If you are an experienced travel officer, you may also get opportunities to work at world heritage sites both in India and abroad.

4. Travel writer:
This is a popular job in the present century. A travel writer earns money to travel and write his experiences for popular magazines and digital media. As you travel to places and meet new people, you can always write your experiences and sell it to magazines or media or travel informative channels like the Discovery, National geography, Lonely planet and many more.

5. Photography:
You can consider photography as an exciting option as this requires you to travel to places to do wildlife photography, wedding photography, sports photography, fashion photography, landscape photography and many more. You can partner with your clients either individuals or business organizations to work as a freelancer too.

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