Become a tennis umpire - spend a week at a tournament staying in the same hotel as the players (and the likes of Andre, Pete and Lleyton do not stay at hovels) umpiring two, maybe three matches per day, then have a week off and go to another tournament, and so on all year. Flights and accommodation are all paid for by the ATP or ITF (depending on who you work for) and you get to see some great tennis.davem said:
Thanks for the replies
I'm kind of lost in deciding which direction my career will be going
I am starting a first year international business course in march, although i'm not 100% sure if i will continue all through it.
If i finish it i was going to try and enter qantas graduate entry program. and either try international logistics or something else.
Thing is i dont' know if i will enjoy business (being a science and maths guy) so i was just looking for some ideas of career paths.
- If worst comes to worst there is still the airforce
or air traffic controller school