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- by tarleyja Jun 20, '12I want to travel with my significant other, does anyone know of anyway that she could work while we travel. are there any careers or jobs that could make this a possibbility for us?
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- Jun 20, '12 by ebailey1218Not sure what type of work she does, but one thing that comes to mind if she is an RN... if you work for a VA, as long as you are licensed in one state, your license works all over the world.
- Jun 20, '12 by ukjenn231Once someone told me their wife worked at Starbucks and everywhere he traveled she transferred. So maybe somewhere that is nationwide.
- Jun 21, '12 by Simply ComplicatedMy husband worked for Applebees as a server/bartender when I did travel nursing. He would just call ahead to the one in the area we would be moving to, and speak with the manager. Some places he was able to just transfer, other places he had to hire on, but it was always really easy since he already worked for the company.
- Jun 21, '12 by tarleyjaShe has a bachelors in business and is going to do her mba in healthcare admin. which she is totally fine completing that online. During her bachelors she works as a bartender at a large casino, so she does have an extensive beverage/server background. Did that work out well for your husband with applebees? She wouldnt need or want something full time, but something to earn some money and stay busy.
- Jun 21, '12 by tarleyjaAlso, @simply complicated...how many travel assignments have you done? just curious to see how many times he had to change locations?
- Jun 22, '12 by Simply ComplicatedIt worked out well for him actually. He worked 5 different states doing it. Usually he just gave his manager a heads up that we were moving due to my job relocating, and they would personally call and give him a reference or whatever. He never had any trouble getting hired. It was easier when they were a corporate store, so he was literally able to just transfer, but even when he needed to hire on, it just took a bit longer.
- Jun 22, '12 by Simply ComplicatedAlso, even if you don't stay with the same chain, it's pretty easy to get hired as a server/bartender if you have open availability and experience. Most places are usually hiring at least one or two people!