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Bharti asked

Hello, i am English-Spanish bilingual how can sheroes help me??????????
21 Feb 2017, 01:02am
Hi Bharti, \n\nFirst of all, I am really sorry for responding to your query so late.\n\nYour question is very, very broad. Knowing an additional language is quite useful, but it depends on what you really want to do. You could work with travel and tour companies as an interpreter or in the corporate world with interests in Spain and Latin America. What are your additional qualifications? Do you have a certificate or a degree in Spanish? What are your interests? How old are you? Where do you live? All these answers will help me respond to you better.\n\n
17 May 2017, 02:35pm View Less
Hi Bharti, \n\nFirst of all, I am really sorry for responding to your query so late.\n\nYour questio

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Sneha asked

Hello Geethanjali, This is Sneha from Bangalore. I ave a life-science educational background and a teaching experience. I am very passionate about travel. I prefer to work from home and can dedicate 4 hours in a day. Can you guide me on how to get sucha job in the travel/tourism sector. Thanks
13 Jan 2017, 04:01pm
Hi Sneha, \n\nIf you enjoy travel, is there any reason you would like to work from home? The travel and tourism industry requires you to explore and know your environment, manage and interact with the world outside, which is truly a fascinating place. It helps you to become more social, engage with people from different backgrounds, and importantly, develop your confidence and personality. Don't keep yourself locked up at home if you want to work in this sector. Free yourself!\n\nGood luck!
17 May 2017, 02:38pm View Less
Hi Sneha, \n\nIf you enjoy travel, is there any reason you would like to work from home? The travel

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ADITEE asked

hi aditee here . i wanted to ask abt , being a house wife with kids , i want to do home bades job in the travel and tourism industry , as i have knowledge in that field ,but for long time searching the job still no good response . will you help me to figure out how shoul i search for the same and apply .
02 Jan 2017, 02:59pm
Hi Aditee, \n\nI am afraid I can't really help you as working in this sector requires you to really balance your home and work life. If you have commitments at home that cannot be shared by family members, it will be a real struggle. My suggestion therefore is that you focus on your family and find suitable arrangements for the children before looking for jobs. \n\nGood luck!
17 May 2017, 02:40pm View Less
Hi Aditee, \n\nI am afraid I can't really help you as working in this sector requires you to re

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Anupriya asked

I have 5 yr experience in travel agency . I want to work from home . will you suggest me that work from profile is good for career growth or not.
02 Jan 2017, 01:32pm
Hi Anupriya, \n\nWhy would you like to work from home? I feel that you can take a break mid-career but with five years experience, if you choose to come back to full time employment, you might find that very hard. It will be especially difficult if you try and negotiate salaries later on as employers may be reluctant to pay you with a profile they think doesn't have requisite experience. So do think this through before deciding to work from home.\n\nGood luck!
17 May 2017, 02:42pm View Less
Hi Anupriya, \n\nWhy would you like to work from home? I feel that you can take a break mid-career b

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Chandni asked

Hi Gintanjali, I have worked for 5 years in hospitalality industry. I want to join work however need something based out of home. Pls help ! Regards, Chandni
28 Dec 2016, 03:50pm
Hi Chandni, \n\nDo you know what you want to do? What your interests are? Why did you leave the hospitality industry? And more importantly, why do you want to work out of home? If you want me to help you, you need to answer these questions!\n\nThanks!
17 May 2017, 02:44pm View Less
Hi Chandni, \n\nDo you know what you want to do? What your interests are? Why did you leave the hosp

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Rohini asked

Hello maa'm, I have completed IATA foundation course , can u help me to find in which sector do i can work.
14 Dec 2016, 11:20am
Congratulations!\n\nI would suggest you apply for jobs with tour operators, travel companies/agencies, airlines, transport companies like Avis/car rental agencies. With this diploma, I am sure there is a vast array of companies that can accommodate you!\n\nGood luck!
17 May 2017, 02:46pm View Less
Congratulations!\n\nI would suggest you apply for jobs with tour operators, travel companies/agencie

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Kavita asked

Hello Gitanjali, I'm a 26 years old young single individual. Currently on a break to travel. I recently had been on a solo trip to North eastern states of India such as Meghalaya, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. I rode through Meghalaya on a rented activa. I spent all of my savings into this solo trip. I'd like to know I can blog with some online travel companies and earn money as I have the content and photographs. I may also need help in writing pro articles as I'm quite an informal kind of writer. This will be my first attempt at writing/blogging. Can you guide me how to go forward in this aspect? I'd really appreciate your wise words :)
28 Nov 2016, 08:35pm
Hi Kavita,\n\nFirst - I'd like to apologise for responding to your query so late and I hope that my advice helps you.\n\nCongratulations on completing your solo travel - truly commendable and I am really happy you discovered a hidden part of India that few have the courage to visit. And renting an Activa in Meghalaya - truly awesome. I hope you didn't skid too much on those hilly roads!\n\nMy advice to you before you start a travel or photo blog would be to do some online research and understand what kind of material is already there. You don't want to post or write the same thing as you won't have an audience. Look at the comments section to see what people like to read. On writing - it is very useful if you haven't written before - to do a course on writing. There are several of these online that are pretty good, they provide you with useful feedback and you truly learn. If you don't want to invest in that, do look up blogs by well known travel writers and take inspiration there. In my opinion, the best blogs are not too lengthy. They make just one point, and not five. You should be able to finish reading them in five minutes and ideally, by two scrolls on your smartphone. People's attention span these days isn't that long! \n\nThose are enough tips for now. Go chase that rainbow!
17 May 2017, 02:52pm View Less
Hi Kavita,\n\nFirst - I'd like to apologise for responding to your query so late and I hope tha

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Kalpana asked

Hi Gitanjali, I'm a writer, English Teacher, Yoga Teacher and photographer. My blog kalpanaawrites.com focuses on travel, amongst other things. I would like to get my travel sponsored, possibly by writing articles and taking photographs to be published on my blog as well as on other sites/ magazines. I'm a little at sea as to how to go about making this happen. Any suggestions?
08 Nov 2016, 12:31pm
Hi Kalpana, \n\nMy apologies for responding to you so late. I was on a break!\n\nI just went through your blog and enjoyed it very much. I notice that your visitors/subscribers are mostly women and you already have a thriving community of interested readers/participants. On how to commercialize your writing and sponsor your travel - this is really a question that requires a step by step approach. I would suggest you focus on commercializing the blog first. What many bloggers do is tie up with service providers (flipcart, google, pepperfry) and allow them to advertise. The traffic and sales via your blog determine your income. And the key is that these providers then have critical data , i.e. a mailing list of your blog subscribers. You might consider if that's how you want to go. Many bloggers push product and content and earn that way. I'm not sure how much you would earn, but commercializing your site may also influence your writing. Do think this through. Also, please do some online research on how this works for other bloggers - there's lots of advice and support out there!\n\nGood luck and keep blogging!
17 May 2017, 03:09pm View Less
Hi Kalpana, \n\nMy apologies for responding to you so late. I was on a break!\n\nI just went through

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Deepti asked

Hi Geetanjali, I have a rich 9 years of work experience in travel and aviation industry as a trainer and system analyst with a Masters degree in Tourism Management and IATA certification. I am also a certified corporate trainer, certified Galileo / Sabre / Amadeus trainer. Have trained travel agents, airline staff in India and abroad on Reservations , fares , Ticketing, DCS and Load Planning. Currently , I am working with a MNC in Gurgaon. However, I want to quit my job and start working as a freelance trainer but don't know how to go about it. There are not enough opportunities in travel industry for freelance trainers. Most of the opening are for soft skills trainers. Kindly advise what to do as I am really confused. Thanks and Regards Deepti
07 Nov 2016, 04:40pm
Hi Deepti, \n\nFirst - I hope I am not too late with my advice and I hope this is still useful to you.\n\nTo begin with, shifting gears from being employed full time to wanting to freelance is a completely different ball game. It requires a risk taking approach and mindset and not many people have the courage to do it, and of course, fewer even know how to make it a success.\n\nLuckily, you have rich experience and you have contacts. I would suggest you experiment for a few months using the contacts in the industry first and offering your services in the weekends. Also, I would suggest you train yourself (if you aren't a certified trainer already) in soft skills because that adds to your overall profile. Stay in touch with your contacts and offer them your services. Start a website - you will be flooded as that really is the best way to tell the market that you have the skills for them!\n\nGood luck!
17 May 2017, 03:14pm View Less
Hi Deepti, \n\nFirst - I hope I am not too late with my advice and I hope this is still useful to yo

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Harini asked

Hello Ma'am, I am Harini, 23 years old. I just finished the five year long architecture course from School of Architecture and Planning, Chennai, in may this year. I chose architecture on a whim, since i failed to achieve the desired marks to obtain a medical seat on merit, and i had no desire to study engineering. And I thank god for that whim. Because by far its turned out to be the best thing that's happened to me. I cant guarantee that I ve come out of the five years as an ace building designer but I ve grown as a person, my thoughts and opinions have matured, all thanks to the exposure the course gave me. I discovered several things about myself, things I didnt know I liked and I was good at. Writing had always been a very favorite hobby of mine, but I discovered my love for travel during these five years. I hope and want to make a career in travel. But I do not have an idea as to where I can start. i thought of travel journalism but I dont know whom to approach and talk to. And I would also like to be aware of the other options of a career in travel. My parents really oppose this choice of mine. I come from a middle class family in Chennai. They want me to find a steady job in one place, namely chennai, and settle down and get married. I do want a family of my own sometime but as of now I am young and would like to explore as much as I can, before time runs out. Please throw some light my way
17 Oct 2016, 10:36pm
Hi Harini, Thank you for writing. I completely understand this phase in your life, when your parents are unwilling to let go of you and recognise that you have long been an adult, now a qualified one, and capable of making your own decisions. My advise to you first and foremost would be to never doubt your decisions or choices. You may be labelled headstrong - Indian society doesn't take well to opinionated women, but it is women like you who will change this mindset and earn respect from your peers and also from the elders. So I do not think your "whim" to study architecture was a whim. It was a choice. And it is important to stand by that decision. It is good to see that you have grown as a designer and are open to all the other interests you have developed along the way. This is normal and natural. One stagnates if one stays with one task, in one environment, one culture throughout one's life. And therefore, your decision to get out of Chennai is a very good plan. My advice to you would be to pick your battles. It is important for you to move cities within your own profession before you shift careers. You are still very young, and the move will help you adapt to different situations and establish yourself independently of your parents. Time only runs out if you don't plan. A change in career rather than a change in location will prompt your parents to pressurise you into marriage (as new career paths often take time to take off and require lots of adjustment). Give yourself a timeline and seek a transfer if that is possible. Once you are out of your environment, you will have a fresher perspective on what you want to do and how you want to lead your life. Good luck!
18 Oct 2016, 12:59pm View Less
Hi Harini,

Thank you for writing. I completely understand this phase in your life, when your par

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Deepti asked

I am looking for a work from home job. its been 4 years I have been on a break.
06 Oct 2016, 01:42pm
Hi Deepti, Please give me more details about yourself and your qualifications so that I can guide you better. Thanks!
18 Oct 2016, 01:01pm View Less
Hi Deepti,

Please give me more details about yourself and your qualifications so that I can guid

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Rasika asked

Hi Gitanjali, I have been working in IT industry for 8 years now in testing domain. I have done my BE in Electronics & Telecommunication from Mumbai University. I am looking for change & want to work in travel domain now since i enjoy travelling to different places & would love to make a career in this. However I am not sure where to start & if i require any prior training in this. Any help/guidance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Rasika
30 Sep 2016, 04:06pm
Hi Rasika, Everyone loves travelling. But not everyone who loves travelling can work in the travel and tourism industry. It requires a lot of mental and physical flexibility, the openness to work long hours, to reach out to people and build clients and partnerships. And, it requires immense creativity. There are many aspects to the travel industry that you could get involved with, but I would request you to first look at courses (Diplomas or degrees) in travel and tourism so you understand the sector better and know where your interests are. Good luck!
18 Oct 2016, 01:04pm View Less
Hi Rasika,

Everyone loves travelling. But not everyone who loves travelling can work in the trav

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Sujata Chhetri asked

Hi Geetanjali, I am an avid traveller and have visited known and hidden places in our vast country. I want to start a travel blog. But since there are so many on the website, how best to go about it? Please advise. Also, are there any work from home opportunities (except the sales pitch) in the travel industry?
22 Sep 2016, 03:54pm
Hi Sujata, My advice to you would be to really scan the travel blogs that are out there and focus on the value that you could add to your own. Some of the important aspects to consider are: 1. The audience - who are you writing for? What information would this audience like? Do you want to focus on the places you visit or the activities? Tailor your blog according to your audience 2. Travel themes - are you providing tips or writing essays? Are you focusing on photography? Cuisine? Sport? 3. A catchy title... You could commercialise your blog as the audience grows, but that comes much later. On your second question: the travel industry offers few opportunities outside what you mention to work from home. It is all about travelling, after all.
29 Sep 2016, 04:48pm View Less
Hi Sujata,

My advice to you would be to really scan the travel blogs that are out there and focu

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sophia asked

Hi Gitanjali mam, I've been in the travel industry for the past 12 yrs. I recently delivered a baby girl n m hoping to WFH in this specific industry.... I dont see much options online...Please guide. P.S. -I've completed IATA foundation, consultant and senior management levels
12 Sep 2016, 05:55pm
Hi Sophia, You have enough experience that should enable you to do part-time work. A good idea would be to reach out to the people you already worked with in your career prior to having your baby and see if you can marry the option of working a few days from an office and a few days from home. I can promise, getting out of the house will be a very liberating feeling so do try and combine the two. Good luck!
19 Sep 2016, 12:47pm View Less
Hi Sophia,

You have enough experience that should enable you to do part-time work. A good idea w

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Jyothi asked

How to get job in Tourism dept? any set of qualification required..? iam MBA Graduate looking for jobs in tourism dept
12 Sep 2016, 05:59am
Hi Jyothi, Are you interested in government jobs in the tourism sector or are you interested in consulting opportunities with the private sector? A good starting point will be a diploma in travel and tourism and then to work with one of the corporates such as Kuoni or Sita or Thomas Cook... Good luck!
19 Sep 2016, 12:52pm View Less
Hi Jyothi,

Are you interested in government jobs in the tourism sector or are you interested in

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krishna asked

iam from aviation field iam intrested in job work from home
10 Sep 2016, 03:18pm
Hi Krishna, Unfortunately, you haven't given me enough information to enable me to guide you... Where do you live? What are your educational qualifications? Why are you interested in working from home?
19 Sep 2016, 12:48pm View Less
Hi Krishna,

Unfortunately, you haven't given me enough information to enable me to guide you...

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SUSHMITA asked

Hi, I am a banker and now have taken a break,have worked for 9 years. I want to change my field of work to travel and tourism. Is it possible? Regards, Sushmita
09 Sep 2016, 03:37pm
Hi Sushmita, If you are adaptable by nature and open to learning, you can change your career at any point in time. I especially encourage people who have stopped finding satisfaction in their existing jobs to look at other options, and sometimes, even take a break and join a different sector. Banking is a good sector to make the switch from. I would suggest doing a diploma or a degree in travel and tourism and understanding the industry before leaping into it. Give yourself a year to familiarise and then go for it!
19 Sep 2016, 12:50pm View Less
Hi Sushmita,

If you are adaptable by nature and open to learning, you can change your career at

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Sangeeta asked

Hi Gitanjali, I have done T&T diploma years back and have added many more educational qualifications. I am well travelled and being single at one time always thought of asking someone, how do i start my boutique travel services meant for only single women or group of women. Since I also worked for hospitality industry for more than five years I am also very customer oriented and believe in value for money. I have recently returned from USA to Hyderabad for good and would like to explore all the options. Thanks very much.
09 Sep 2016, 02:53pm
Hi Sangeeta, You have identified an excellent niche - single women travellers - and are based in the right city to start your venture. I would suggest you look at the existing groups (The WOW Club - Women on Wanderlust, for example) and look at their models to refine your own. Your value added is the experience in hospitality as women travellers are very conscious about hygiene and other standards. Go for it and good luck!
19 Sep 2016, 12:56pm View Less
Hi Sangeeta,

You have identified an excellent niche - single women travellers - and are based in

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shilpa asked

Hi, I was a travel agent by profession. Have an experience of working with UK and US market clients for 6 years, however post my child was born I couldn't continue my job. Please advise the possible options where I can work from home and still be with my kid too. Thanks
08 Sep 2016, 11:43am
Hi Shilpa, You haven't mentioned where you live. My suggestion would be to leverage your experience working with a very good travel market and look at combining part-time (based in an office) work with home-based work. Many travel agencies encourage this type of work as it reduces their cost to company and you can do your work online. Good luck!
19 Sep 2016, 12:44pm View Less
Hi Shilpa,

You haven't mentioned where you live. My suggestion would be to leverage your experie

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Antoinette asked

I have always wanted to travel and still do. I have looked up jobs in relation to traveling and some were travel agent, auditor, working for an organization, and more. Do you have some other jobs or heard of any that have traveling involved?
07 Sep 2016, 07:35pm
Hi Antoinette, Travel agencies are a great starting point. And there are several of them in India. I am not sure what your qualifications are and therefore cannot guide you better. And the spectrum of jobs you have listed is quite broad. At any rate, if you like travelling, you don't necessarily have to work in the travel industry. You can even become a travelling salesperson!
07 Sep 2016, 10:14pm View Less
Hi Antoinette,

Travel agencies are a great starting point. And there are several of them in Indi

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Pallavi asked

Dear Gitanjali, I have done MA International Relation, Master in Public Administration & Certificate in Human Rights. I have 13 years of experience in Training & Development, which also includes 6 years as an immigration exam trainer for IELTS/TOEFL&OET. I am a solo traveller & have a passion for travel, wildlife & adventure. I wish to relocate to Bangalore. I do not have any experience in tourism industry yet. I am also interested in social development activities, as in CSR. And yes, I am 32 & single. What is my scope in this industry? I do not have formal education in Travel & Tourism. What are the other options or domains in this industry where I can apply? Kindly guide me. Thank you. Warm regards, Pallavi Meshram
02 Sep 2016, 12:51am
Hi Pallavi, First, thank you for such a detailed description about yourself. It really helps me guide you better. From what you have described, your qualifications make you ideally suited for either the development sector, academics or a think tank. Your prior experience is training and education and although you are interested in travel and tourism, your background makes you a very strong candidate for the social sector. CSR is an emerging field and in my view, if you work with the corporate sector on developing CSR, you stay in touch with the development sector and also get to travel. I would recommend you focus on this aspect to get some knowledge of travel and tourism (that is how I got into the sector as well)! Among the top corporates working on CSR, The Tata Group, Infosys, Mahindra&Mahindra, BPCL, and GAIL come to mind. Good luck!
07 Sep 2016, 10:19pm View Less
Hi Pallavi,

First, thank you for such a detailed description about yourself. It really helps me

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Ayesha asked

Hi Ms. Gitanjali I am interested in pursuing a career in travel and tourism, however I do not have any experience. I have pursued a Bachelor's in Management Studies degree. Can you suggest a way forward?
30 Aug 2016, 08:19pm
Hi Ayesha, There are many ways of getting involved in the travel and tourism sector. Could you give me a little more information about yourself so I can answer your question better? Look at the mentor note I have posted to get an idea of what kind of information I need. Thanks!
07 Sep 2016, 10:21pm View Less
Hi Ayesha,

There are many ways of getting involved in the travel and tourism sector. Could you g

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Anshu Mala asked

Hi Geetanjali! My name is Anshu. I liove in Mumbai city. I have completed Ph.D in Tourism last year in September and have still not been able to find a job as the scope of working as assistant professor in tourism is very limited in Mumbai. I also have a 10 year old son whom I do want to neglect as these are his growing years. I have thought of working from home. Could you please guide me.
28 Aug 2016, 01:02pm
Hi Anshu, A PhD in Tourism? Congratulations! You are probably the only second person who has such a high academic qualification. And this makes you eligible to work with different UN agencies, the ADB, World Bank and even consulting companies such as E&Y and PWC. I do know that E&Y are currently supporting the Ministry of Tourism in developing a whole lot of circuits in the country and Maharashtra is one of the states that they are focusing on. Maybe you would like to reach out to their office and apply. Please check out the Ministry's website to see how you can contact them - the office is based in Delhi. Good luck!
07 Sep 2016, 10:11pm View Less
Hi Anshu,

A PhD in Tourism? Congratulations! You are probably the only second person who has such

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Kamya Rathore asked

Dear Ma'am, pls help with the job as i am looking teaching or administration job
26 Aug 2016, 04:11pm
Hi Kamya, Please read my mentor note and rephrase your question. That will help me a lot in responding to you!
26 Aug 2016, 04:16pm View Less
Hi Kamya,

Please read my mentor note and rephrase your question. That will help me a lot in resp

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Joyce asked

Hi, Started my career working in a Travel agency and then move on to manage BPO Operations for leading European airlines. On a break now but wanted to know how I further explore my experience
26 Aug 2016, 11:43am
Hello Joyce, For me to answer your question to your satisfaction, please give me some more information about yourself - your years of experience, your educational qualifications, the city you live in, your interests... Your question is really too broad but if you tell me a little more about yourself, I can help you! Thanks!
26 Aug 2016, 12:29pm View Less
Hello Joyce,

For me to answer your question to your satisfaction, please give me some more infor

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Sonali asked

Greetings Ms.Gitanjali I have started my own travel & tourism business in Uttrakhand. Since I does not have any experience in this field as I was a media person prior. Will you kindly suggest whether I should join any travel company as an employee to understand this industry more intensely or will it be possible to run Travel and Tourism business smoothly without thorough knowledge?
25 Aug 2016, 12:22am
Hello Sonali, I think it is a great idea to team up with a tour company and use your media skills to promote tourism and learn about the business. You could manage their social media pages, produce a short film or YouTube video, for example and bring in a lot of value. You haven't explained what media experience you have - I have made a few assumptions, but I am sure you can contribute starting with a travel agency and discovering what aspect of the travel industry you like the most.
26 Aug 2016, 12:31pm View Less
Hello Sonali,

I think it is a great idea to team up with a tour company and use your media skill

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Ankita asked

Hi Gitanjali, I am a new mom and have worked in multiple fields so far. Right from banking, IT, Ecomm and the Beauty Industry. However, now I would love to venture into the travel and tourism industry. I have been an avid traveller myself and have visited about 15 countries so far. I would like to understand the scope of making tourist friendly spots here in India. We have beautiful places but they haven't been groomed at all. Are you doing something in this line?
23 Aug 2016, 03:37pm
Hi Ankita, The scope and potential of the country in attracting tourists is limitless and the revenue and employment it generates is equally huge. The government is truly aware of this and plenty of work is currently ongoing to develop world quality sites and experiences. This doesn't just include monuments and cultural experiences, but also what you call, grooming the service industry to better welcome and cater to the visitors who are completely overawed by India when they arrive. But I am not sure you want me to give you an essay on tourism in India. Are you interested in a career in the travel and tourism sector?
26 Aug 2016, 12:35pm View Less
Hi Ankita,

The scope and potential of the country in attracting tourists is limitless and the re

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Grishma asked

Hi, This is Grishma here. I am a mother of a 3 yearr old son. I'm form the Travel industry and have almost 5yrs of experience in the Reservation & Ticketing department. However there was a huge gap of almost 6yrs in my career due to marriage and my kid. But now I'm working again as a customer support exec since the last 9months which I'm not very keen on. I was looking for option to work from home and i did find one recently. I've come across an opportunity where i can start my own travel business. the resources are provided by the organization i just have to get my own leads and start my own business. Ill be able to earn a commission for every product i sell like tickets, hotels etc. there are no targets no deadlines nothing and to top it off its a reputed organization offering this opportunity. Now my question is do you really think i should go for this opportunity. I've never really considered being an entrepreneur. but this opportunity is just too good to pass. I guess i'm just scared of failing and this not working out. Also if i do take it up can you guide me as to how to go about generating leads or how to market my business.
23 Aug 2016, 12:53am
Dear Grishma, I would encourage you to definitely take up this opportunity. You are young, the risks are low and who knows - in time, you will be generating more business than you ever thought you would. Such opportunities don't come often, so let go of the doubts and follow this through. On generating leads and marketing yourself, I would reach out to the clients you already worked with when you were in the travel industry and secure those clients to build more. A lot of the business at this level is built through word of mouth and if people are happy with your work, they recommend you to their clients. So just make sure that when you start, your client relations are excellent. Build loyal customers by being service oriented and putting their needs first. You are sure to succeed! Good luck!
26 Aug 2016, 12:40pm View Less
Dear Grishma,

I would encourage you to definitely take up this opportunity. You are young, the r

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Sindhu A asked

Good morning madam I am B.Sc. Geography graduated in 1999 n married on 2000. I got a daughter studying in 10th. I did not get any opportunity to work or do some jobs. I always preferred a homely where I can work for me as well as I will be available for them too. So is it possible for me to work now.
20 Aug 2016, 09:21am
Hi Sindhu, I don't want to disappoint or discourage you, but the best way you can contribute to the labour force is by ensuring your daughter studies (beyond graduation), nurtures her ambition and realises them, and does not have to make the uncomfortable choice between a family and career. Empower her and invest in her and you will win. The reason I give you this advice is because India has over 15 million people entering the labour force every year and you will be competing with them. With a degree that you earned 25 years ago and no prior experience, there is very little in the competitive space. And this is not just your story - it is true of almost 80% of women. Please look at the queries that are put to me on my mentor note. You are not alone. But you have the power to prevent this story from repeating itself with your daughter and making your contribution to the labour force. Good luck!
26 Aug 2016, 04:00pm View Less
Hi Sindhu,

I don't want to disappoint or discourage you, but the best way you can contribute to t

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saumya singh asked

Good Evening Ma'am! What are the job opportunities in Travel n Tourism for a person with MBA in HR & Operations and B.tech in CSE. Thankyou !
20 Aug 2016, 01:18am
Hi Saumya, My one-line response to your one-line question would be that every large travel company looks for HR managers to look after hiring; so those would be your opportunities!
26 Aug 2016, 04:02pm View Less
Hi Saumya,

My one-line response to your one-line question would be that every large travel compan

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Reena asked

I am an engineer but i want to do something in travel and tourism since i have a passion for travel and have been thinking of doing something related to it. What would be the best job to start off with?
17 Aug 2016, 05:48pm
Hello Reena, The best way to get into the travel and tourism sector is to get to know the industry so you understand what facets you enjoy. It is an unbelievably broad sector that can use any pre-existing skill that you have and absorbs anyone who is willing to work hard. The only thing one cannot negotiate is the hours of work and the site of work - very little of it will be from home. I would recommend a few introductory books or even an online diploma course for you to get started. Working with established travel agencies part time is another way to get to know the sector. Good luck and I hope that answers your question!
18 Aug 2016, 09:57pm View Less
Hello Reena,

The best way to get into the travel and tourism sector is to get to know the indust

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Komali asked

Hai i'm Komali, i have 4 Years experience in hotel industry and Travel industry, applying for work from home jobs on travel & tourism through sheroes, kindly advise.
17 Aug 2016, 11:25am
Hi Komali, I normally discourage people from working from home if they are interested in the tourism sector as it is all about using people skills and reaching out to different people. You can do a light touch, but that usually works when you are at the back end in a call centre. Do give this a think, what are the reasons for you to work from home? Is this is only option that you have? If yes, you may want to acquire skills that fit a different industry. Good luck!
18 Aug 2016, 09:53pm View Less
Hi Komali,

I normally discourage people from working from home if they are interested in the tou

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Meenu asked

Hello Ms.Chaturvedi, I have experience of 19 years in travel and tourism industry and am running a travel agency of my own. Due to the declining profit margins in the industry and fierce online competition, I am contemplating at diversifying towards Medical Tourism. Can you kindly advise as to how can i venture into Medical tourism business and is it lucrative in terms of profit margins? Kindly advise. MEENU
13 Aug 2016, 06:47pm
Hi Meenu, Medical tourism is a fantastic option and I would urge you to explore this for sure. Your experience with travel and tourism gives you a very good start already. I know from my interactions with the industry that hospitals such as Apollo, for instance, have opportunities for professionals with this experience. However, you could equally freelance, building networks with different hospitals and reaching out to clients through travel agencies that specialise with patients from the Middle East and South and Central Asia. There is plenty of room for people like you to do not just great service, but also earn good money, so dive right in! Good luck!
18 Aug 2016, 09:50pm View Less
Hi Meenu,

Medical tourism is a fantastic option and I would urge you to explore this for sure. Yo

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sonal asked

hi gitanjali . my name is sonal deo i love to travel and always wanted to be a tour guide or have some profound role in travel industry but do not have any formal qualification for the same i am a freelancer event manager last ten years(not really been able to sustain it being honest :)) and my corporate back ground is of online advertising ad operations which i quit in 2010 and have been on a break due to personal reasons now trying to kick back into area of my choice pls can you help me and guide me on how to pursue this . i am 37 years old single lady extrovert with a zest to explore the world and have fun while i work
12 Aug 2016, 11:21am
Hi Sonal, Thank you for giving me such an honest account of your situation. This really helps me to understand and address your case. Here's the good news: you don't need any formal education with the experience that you have to get into the tourism industry. Your experience as an event manager means that you are well suited to a career dealing with people, guiding and managing/organising trips. I would recommend you use your experience positively to find a job with many of the travel agencies that do guided tours. Depending on the city where you live, you could also reach out to the local tourist office an volunteer as a guide - this gives great exposure. If you have a local museum (Delhi has the National Museum), you can train as a guide lecturer and work there. Those are some options. And then, do check out the adventure travel agencies. They constantly need local guides. Also, to become a certified tour guide (which means you have a government license), you need to fulfill a series of requirements - this can be worth your while if you really want to command a good rate in the industry. Please check out the website of the Ministry of Tourism www.tourism.nic.in and look at the guidelines for more information. And remember, you are never too old to try new things! Good luck!
18 Aug 2016, 10:07pm View Less
Hi Sonal,

Thank you for giving me such an honest account of your situation. This really helps me

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Jesna asked

Hello, How are you doing? My name is Jesna.. I am a lill stressed out as i am stuck in choosing my career path. I have a prior experience in 3d animation production unit for almost 9 years. due to the instability and insecurity in the animation field, i quit the field in 2015(although i had been trying to have a career change long back) for to choose a better and a passionate career. I then did my correspondence in executive mba in aviation as am very passionate about travelling , but then to my realization, anywhere they need only an engineer in aviation field and not a mba person. I am really wondering now what profile should i apply for a job with my qualifications and prior experience. If you could help me, it would be really great. Thanks in advance
11 Aug 2016, 03:55pm
Hello Jesna, I am well, thank you for asking. First of all, please don't be too stressed about your career or jobs. We make the worst mistakes under pressure that we almost always regret. I am glad you reached out and described your situation. The important thing to take home from your experience is that you have an education - an MBA degree and knowledge of computers. You also have experience working in an organisation and sticking with the organisation for so many years! That makes you a very reliable employee. Added to that, you are flexible to change your career path, you are open to learning and acquiring new skills. Any employer would be so fortunate to have you in her organisation. Your passion is travel and tourism. Go for it. Sell your skills to a travel agency, tour company. Pick up a few good books on travel and tourism (Amazon has some excellent titles) and learn a little about the sector but I feel any skill can be usefully employed in travel and tourism. Think positive and make the most of your assets. Be ready to start small, knowing that sky is the limit. Good luck!
18 Aug 2016, 10:15pm View Less
Hello Jesna,

I am well, thank you for asking.

First of all, please don't be too stressed abou

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Pritika asked

Hi geetanjali ma'am .thanks for sheroes for giving opportunity for women.I done bcom n diploma in frankfinn air hostess.I was working with celebi nas as passenger service agent .for south African airways for two yr after DAT o got married I lfy job ..nw plz suggest something's plz ..
29 Jul 2016, 10:07am
Hi Pritika, I am afraid you have insufficient experience to do anything from home. I would suggest you explore a few courses in areas that interest you. This will help you to utilise your time as well as make the transition from a professional to a married homemaker. Negotiating what career you can pursue is not straightforward, therefore, education is the best way to have the leverage over your husband/in-laws. Good luck!
18 Aug 2016, 10:19pm View Less
Hi Pritika,

I am afraid you have insufficient experience to do anything from home. I would sugge

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Rashi asked

Hi i m rashi namdeo s\w engg. Passed out at 2011.till i prepared for govt. Sector but yet not selected so nw i decided to go for private company.so suggent me what i hav to do.thankx
26 Jul 2016, 09:06am
Hi Rashi, I am assuming you are interested in the travel and tourism sector. I would suggest a quick diploma in tourism management combined with your engineering degree should be good to get you a job. Good luck!
26 Jul 2016, 09:36am View Less
Hi Rashi,

I am assuming you are interested in the travel and tourism sector. I would suggest a q

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Neha asked

Dear Ma'am, Glad to have known about SHEROES. I have been having this question in my mind for a long. I am a student, doing my M.com. Since i am a lover for travelling, i realised i should be working in a good job related to Travel and tourism. Could you please suggest me what i can do next?
21 Jul 2016, 07:38pm
Hi Neha, I would suggest either a Diploma or an MA in Travel and Tourism. This is a good way to build your profile and find the right job for your skill set and qualifications that includes an important M Com degree. Good luck!
26 Jul 2016, 09:28am View Less
Hi Neha,

I would suggest either a Diploma or an MA in Travel and Tourism. This is a good way to b

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Tejal asked

Hello Tejal here,I have completed my 12th in 2010 than the same year I got married it is love married. Due to sum reasons was not able to complete my education but now I am thinking of getting back to it and now I hv a daughter 1.5 yr old she is staying with my mamma.should I do hotel management course or will I be able to find a job in hotel industry .And if course than should I do it in India or abroad whr?my age is 24
16 Jul 2016, 01:05pm
Hi Tejal, I am very glad you proudly said you married for love. Love is what makes the world go round! I agree you must get back to education and get a few certificates under your belt. To get any job in the hotel industry, a diploma in Hotel Management is an absolute must so please go ahead and apply for this course. Make sure the course is from a reputed institution. There are plenty of these in the country and there is no need to consider doing an expensive course abroad. Good luck!
26 Jul 2016, 09:27am View Less
Hi Tejal,

I am very glad you proudly said you married for love. Love is what makes the world go r

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Sheetal asked

HELLO! i AM SHEETAL,I HAVE 11YRS EXP. OF WORKING IN TRAVEL FEILD,I HAVE A 4YR OLD DAUGHTER AND THERE IS NO ONE TO LOOK AFTER HER,SO CAN I START WORKING FROM HOME ?
14 Jul 2016, 06:20pm
Hi Sheetal, Yes you can. You need to get in touch with online portals or even established travel agencies but please put your valuable experience to use! Good luck!
26 Jul 2016, 09:21am View Less
Hi Sheetal,

Yes you can. You need to get in touch with online portals or even established travel

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Sheetal asked

I WANT TO WORK IN TOURISM FROM HOME,IS IT POSSIBLE ?
14 Jul 2016, 06:16pm
Hi Sheetal - imagination, discovery channel and books are the only way you can tour from home but I don't think it really provided anyone with an income! The best jobs in the tourism sector require you to work outside the house, travel and mingle with people. I hope this answers your question.
26 Jul 2016, 09:23am View Less
Hi Sheetal - imagination, discovery channel and books are the only way you can tour from home but I

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shazia asked

Hello Ma'am... This is the first i have visited mentor's profile, I have been in sheroes since 3 months but never used it as i was busy taking care of my child. I have been married for 2 years and my daughter is 1 year now. I am very much interested in working with Ticketing or Travel agency but due to some household issues I am unable to go out and work. So i need something related to Holiday advisory or Ticketing from home. It would be best for me to work from home. Can you help me out in this please.
13 Jul 2016, 02:47pm
Hi Shazia, Thank you for reaching out and explaining your situation very clearly. I always advise young mothers who are interested in a career in travel and tourism to understand that the best thing about such a career is the opportunity to help travellers travel and explore and to do the same yourself. I understand that you are constrained because of your little daughter. My advise to you would be to use this time productively, to enrol in online or correspondence courses that support the profile you require to get into the industry. This will help you get a good job when you are ready to step out and work. Good luck!
26 Jul 2016, 09:20am View Less
Hi Shazia,

Thank you for reaching out and explaining your situation very clearly. I always advis

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Kaveri asked

Dear Ma'am thank you so much for answering, I would like to inform you that I am a mother of 3 months old baby girl.and this is a reason I want start some home base jobs so could u plz assist me in this it vl highly appreciated..thnk u so much
11 Jul 2016, 09:42pm
Hi Kaveri, At three months, your daughter needs attention. I would suggest you undertake an online course to build your profile before you pursue a career. You can opt for many of the courses offered in hospitality, travel and tourism by different institutions, for instance http://onlinetraveledu.com/ Good luck!
12 Jul 2016, 06:43am View Less
Hi Kaveri,

At three months, your daughter needs attention. I would suggest you undertake an onli

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Chhobi asked

I am working at a Senior level in one of Inbound Travel Agency. I have an work experience of close to 20 yrs in handling clients from various parts. I have a daughter of 5.5 yrs. Due to time constraint and erratic working hours, not able to focus on her. I would like to work from home for 4 to 5 hrs and try to earn close to what I am earning now. Please let me know, if you have any solution or guidance on this.
07 Jul 2016, 08:10am
Hi Chhobi, I understand your concern about wanting to spend more time with your daughter. And she needs your attention too. Since you have enough experience (20 years is pretty solid), I am confident you can do the same work you are doing from home with not too much of a dent in your present income. Have you spoken with your employers? Also, have you spoken with your partner/husband to see if the arrangement will work out? Travel related work can easily be done from home which is one of the reasons why it is so attractive to women.
11 Jul 2016, 12:44pm View Less
Hi Chhobi,

I understand your concern about wanting to spend more time with your daughter. And sh

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Deepa asked

Hi... Myself deepa.. Bachelor's in travel and tourism and did PG hospitality worked with 5* star properties as manager . I quit the job and now looking for part time job (work. From home) .. How can I start work from home in this field? Can you help me out
05 Jul 2016, 01:50pm
Hi Deepa, Any particular reason why you wish to work from home and work part time? Your qualifications make you very attractive for the hotel industry and it will be a shame for you to not put them to good use. Also, tourism and travel are industries that require constant contact with people. The more you put in, the less it feels. There is so much buzz and joy. You could perhaps find work with boutique hotels that are mushrooming all over the country, but I still think that it will be a great leap from the 5 star world. However, give it a shot and see if this works for you. Good luck!
11 Jul 2016, 12:48pm View Less
Hi Deepa,

Any particular reason why you wish to work from home and work part time?

Your quali

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Manisha asked

Hi Gitanjali, I want to start a travel agency from home. I do have a fulltime job but in a different profile. Wanted guidance about how to go about. What course I would have to take up? How to get clients onboard and retain them? How to strike deals with hotels, cars and guides?
04 Jul 2016, 09:52am
Hi Manisha, I really admire your entrepreneurial spirit and am very happy that you wish to start your own travel agency. My advice to you would be to use the skills and strengths that you have currently to set up your business. There are several online (free) courses you can do offered by reputed universities that give you a sense of what to expect from the travel and tourism world. Instead of recommending a course, I would suggest you find your niche so people find your travel agency attractive. For example, in Ladakh, there is a group of young Ladakhi women that run a travel agency for women (and their families) only. They have female guides, cooks, porters, and specialise in community based tourism. They are always booked out as they give a sense of security and comfort to women travellers. Think through what your travel agency's niche will be. Once you have that going, the deals with hotels etc. are easy to crack. Good luck!
11 Jul 2016, 12:53pm View Less
Hi Manisha,

I really admire your entrepreneurial spirit and am very happy that you wish to start

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Kaveri asked

Hello Ms.Chat ur vedika Currently I am working as cabin attendant from passed 8 yrs,but now want to start with some home based work with my profile itself so please can you help me.
03 Jul 2016, 07:58am
Hello Kaveri, I just looked at your profile and notice that you have experience with two airlines! That is excellent. Since you ask such a broad question, I would request you to prepare a list with your skills and interests. Understand also, that travel and tourism industry are more than full time jobs, very taxing and time consuming. Part time work is not always possible unless you sign up to work for a travel company online. Also, what are the compelling reasons for you to want to work part time? Do you wish to start a family? Do you want to further your education? Once you have answers to those questions, I will be able to guide you better. Do stay in touch!
11 Jul 2016, 01:03pm View Less
Hello Kaveri,

I just looked at your profile and notice that you have experience with two airline

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Hetal asked

HEIIO MEM .I M intersted in tours & travelling .shd i hv to go through some course related to it .i want to do it from home .will u give me some advice how to start my carrier in this field .
30 Jun 2016, 06:35am
Hi Hetal, I am an ardent advocate of learning and education. So if you need to pursue a career in any field, I strongly advise you to have the knowledge. Please go ahead and get a diploma or a degree in travel and tourism or hospitality. It will go a long way in helping you with a career. Try IGNOU for courses from home. Next, by definition, the travel and tourism industry involves getting out of the house and knowing the world around you. Why would you want to do this from home? The great Saint Augustine famously likened the world to a book and said that those who do not travel read only a page! So go ahead, get a degree, a good atlas, and the world is your oyster!
11 Jul 2016, 01:19pm View Less
Hi Hetal,

I am an ardent advocate of learning and education. So if you need to pursue a career i

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Asmita asked

Hii.. Gitanjali, I have done a certificate course in Aviation. I have an experience with hotel and Airline as cabin crew. Now I am looking for work from home part time job so I can give time for myself and my family. I would like plan trips or anything related to my profile and experience. How can I start with that please guide me. Thank you
29 Jun 2016, 01:52pm
Hi Asmita, Have you considered becoming a trainer or a grooming instructor for girls wanting to join the airlines? Your experience is a great asset and you can do this at your time and convenience. Do reach out to personality development agencies with your profile. Good luck!
11 Jul 2016, 01:23pm View Less
Hi Asmita,

Have you considered becoming a trainer or a grooming instructor for girls wanting to

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ALISHA asked

Hi Gitanjali, I'm already working in a Travel company from past 1.5 year, but now I want to continue work from home. can you suggest some options how I can i proceed with this idea of work from home?
29 Jun 2016, 09:37am
Hi Alisha, To be able to work from home, you should have an environment that helps you to devote at least 4/5 hours a day, preferably uninterrupted to achieve targets that you or your employer set for yourself. Usually, in Indian families, women have so many obligations that it is very difficult to achieve. Since you have under two years of work experience, I would urge you to continue to work with the travel agency before you decide to take a break. This is because you get the best experience interacting with colleagues and clients, negotiating the office politics, and learning by observing people around you. You also get seniority (very important) and can negotiate better pay when you choose to work from home. Please consider this seriously as very often, women opt out of the work force altogether as they cannot get jobs with limited full time experience. Good luck!
11 Jul 2016, 01:30pm View Less
Hi Alisha,

To be able to work from home, you should have an environment that helps you to devote

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Neeta asked

I have been working as developer for past 10 years.I am interested to do career change.What type of job I should look for in travel and tourism. I think ,i wud love to plan trips.
28 Jun 2016, 05:25pm
Hi Neeta, IT skills can be put to use in any industry and you can just walk into the travel/tourism industry. Try online portals such as makemytrip or expedia - I am sure there will be a spot for someone like you. Good luck!
11 Jul 2016, 01:32pm View Less
Hi Neeta,

IT skills can be put to use in any industry and you can just walk into the travel/tour

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Priyam asked

Dear Gitanjali, I am an engineer by profession but I am not happy in my current job. I want to follow a career in travel photography but I have financial obligations to look after. How do I follow what I really want? Thanks, Priyam
24 Jun 2016, 11:18am
Dear Priyam, There are many like you - stuck in an unimaginative job that pays but wanting to follow their heart and imagination. Since you have financial obligations, I would urge you to be practical. You cannot make the shift unless you have fulfilled your financial commitments AND found a job as a travel photographer. The field of travel photography is extremely competitive and it takes a while before you can establish yourself. However, I would strongly advise you not to give up your dream. Plan to fulfill it and I am sure it will come true!
11 Jul 2016, 01:39pm View Less
Dear Priyam,

There are many like you - stuck in an unimaginative job that pays but wanting to fol

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Gita asked

I blog about travel and would like to know what to do to a. Monetize such a blog or earn some money in some way via such an activity b. How to get well paid content writing/editing work in travel related websites. I'd be mainly home based. I did get selected by one travel company but 1. They were paying something like Rs. 150 for 500 plus words and had a lot of demands over that. One the one hand, they expected me to write about exotic places and, on the other, they had such a lot to say about plagiarism - I see this with all the sites which look for content writers - The thing is none of them seem to understand what is and what isn't plagiarism. In any case, I'd appreciate any guidance you could give me - in fact, I also sometimes dream of working as a cleaner on a cruise ship where they pay Rs. 40, 000 per month. I've wanted to find out if they have days off and more - where could I do that?
20 Jun 2016, 11:01am
Hi Gita, I see two dilemmas before you. The first is to fulfill the thrill that travel gives you by trying different, unusual things, seeing and absorbing as much as you can. This is great as not only will you acquire knowledge and very important life skills, but you will also know how to navigate the world around you with empathy. The second and more important question is how do you make money from your thirst for adventure. Websites provide standard rates to content writers and unless you are a well-known (published) author or some such, you have to "settle" for those rates. My suggestion would be to start a blog and monetise it once you have readership and visitors - you typically do that by allowing advertisements on your blog, but it really is a step by step process. A cleaner or even a purser on a cruise ship is actually harder than you think, you work quite hard, you do get time out and the experience is not entirely bad, but you should explore these options knowing full well what you are signing up for. I have friends who have done this and spent an entire season at sea. I also have friends who have got working holiday visas (last time I checked Indians were not eligible) and worked as waitresses around the world and quenched their thirst for travel. Some even found work as teachers or volunteered with NGOs. It is important that you know what you wish to do if you want to combine the travel with some monetary benefit. If you choose to do that, you have a good theme for your travel blog already! Hope this answers your question. Do let me know what you decide!
20 Jun 2016, 12:24pm View Less
Hi Gita,

I see two dilemmas before you. The first is to fulfill the thrill that travel gives you

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devi asked

Hi Gitanjali, I am very much interested in travel and tourism careers but unfortunately for my parents I had to do mba in finance.after 2 years of work in a finance company am loosing interest in my career and life as am very interested in careers related to travelling around the globe.please help me out
20 May 2016, 12:38am
Hi Devi, the good thing about travel and tourism is that you don't have to have specific skills to fit in. It is probably a good thing that you have an MBA in finance and work experience to boot as you can use that experience quite well. What is important is that you understand the aspect of travel and tourism industry that excites you the most - it could be tour operating, travel agency, hotel and hospitality, travel writing - and look for opportunities there. Your experience will stand you in good stead with any hotel or travel company. Good luck!
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Hi Gitanjali, What do you do in travel & tourism? I love traveling. Do you know any opportunities where one can earn while exploring?
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Hi Gitanjali,\nHope you are doing good. I have worked as a travel consultant (outbound) and would like to know what are the work from home opportunities for me. Are these opportunities available at Sheroes. How can I share my passion for travel. Work from home is best for me as I have a nine month old son. Would request your guidance
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