Are you willing to travel for the job?
If they ask an open-ended interview question like this about your willingness to travel, you should state your answer as a percentage.
For example, you could say: “I’m willing to travel up to 30% of the time.
That’s what I did in my last job, and I know I’m comfortable with that amount.”.
What job would allow me to travel the world?
Jobs Where You Can TravelFlight Attendant. One of the best jobs that allow you to travel is being a flight attendant. … Cruise Ship Worker. … Travel Agent. … Customer Service Agent. … International Aid Worker. … Foreign Service Officer. … Consultant. … English Teacher.More items…
How do you say I am available for work?
Examples of the Best AnswersI am available to work Monday through Friday, and I am very flexible about the start and end times on those days. … I’m available during school hours while my children are at school, 9 am – 3 pm, Monday through Friday. … I’m flexible and available just about any time you need me to work.More items…•
How can I travel and still work?
They have at one time or another worked for me:Make Travel a Priority. … Take Your Vacation Days. … Plan Trips Around Weekends and Holidays. … Take Advantage of Business Trips. … Don’t Be Afraid to Go Alone. … Think Differently About Your Benefits. … Work While You Whistle. … Just Start Skidding.
What does 30% Travel Look Like?
30% would be 3 days out of every 2 weeks. You might fly out to visit a client on Sunday, work there Monday through Wednesday, fly home Wednesday night, then work locally the rest of that week and the following week. That would be 30% travel, even though you spent time Sunday and Wednesday evening traveling.
How often is 25% travel?
It usually looks like: one week per month (4 day trip to a major customer), and then three weeks per month of shorter trips to other regions/cities for quick overnight trips, but some of them can be 3 day trips.