Get Flewed Out: 10 Companies That Pay Employees To Travel

Trying to plan your travel schedule around your allotted days off can be one of the most stressful things. You have to perfectly plan things to ensure that you get the most out of your PTO.

But, what if your company not only gave unlimited vacation days but they also paid you to travel? You would feel like you’ve won the lottery. 

If you are looking to make some new career moves, check out these 10 companies that will pay you to travel, according to Forbes.

Airbnb

The app-based travel marketplace will give its employees $2,000 in coupons each year, just to stay at Airbnb properties.

Afar Media

This online travel and media brand offers their full-time employees unlimited vacation time. They also throw in a $2,000 stipend to persuade them to actually see the world.

Bonanza

During the month of February, Bonanza selects a tropical destination for employees to work from while providing extra PTO days.

Clyde Group

This PR firm has a mandatory 5-week sabbatical for employees! They provide a $5,000 stipend too with only one requirement, to make everyone else jealous of their trip.

Full Contact

We’ve heard of regular paid vacation. But, this company kicks it up with their paid vacation. Employees are given $7,500 each year to travel and disconnect for a little while.

Go Overseas

Employees get five days off a year to take a free trip on a volunteer, adventure or language-focused program run by one of its partners.

SteelHouse

If you’re in the marketing and advertising space, you’ll want to look into this company. Employees get a $2,000 travel stipend each year.

Tour Radar

This popular site will give employees up to $1,800 in travel credits as well as an international work exchange program. 

Travel Zoo

Travel Zoo will get a $1,500 stipend and three extra days of PTO to book one of the company’s negotiated travel deals.

TSheets

Each year you will a $1,500 travel credit under the condition that you completely disconnect while off.

Still think your job paying for travel is just a dream?