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The travel industry offers lots of variety, not just in the type of work available but the location as well.

Who can I work for?

You can work for a huge number of companies including tour operators, travel agents and transport companies like National Rail, Stagecoach and Virgin.

Where and when can I work?

Opportunities to work in travel are spread throughout the UK, whether that is in the holiday and leisure sector or transport sector. Travel roles can include weekend and evening work but it depends which area you choose to specialise in.

What can I earn?

Salaries depend on the type, size and location of the company you work for. One example is pilots, who can earn anything from £20,000 to £75,000.

What are the benefits?

The numerous benefits include the opportunities to experience different cultures as a flight attendant or getting discounts on travel rates working for a travel operator.

Are there chances of promotion?

There are always opportunities to progress within the travel sector but it does depend on the size and type of company you work for.

What will I be responsible for?

You will mostly be responsible for getting customers from a to b in a safe and orderly fashion working in the transport sector. In the holiday and leisure sector you will be responsible for planning holidays and making customers' experiences unforgettable.

Do I need any experience?

Training is vital for anyone operating vehicles but customer service experience is what is expected for travel operator roles.

What attributes are needed?

You need to be flexible and enthusiastic to work in this sector.

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