Should I quit my job and travel

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I love traveling and I want to go to places on my bucket list. I am working in an IT company and have saved enough money to travel. Would it be a good choice to quit my job and travel?
Feb 13, 2019 in Career Counselling by Dinesh

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Here's what you should consider before quitting your job to travel. Are there any dependents? If there are people in your family who are depending on you then make sure you make a little more saving for them apart from the money you have saved to travel. Next thing is financial security after your travel. You need to get a job after you finish your tour but what about until you get the job? You need to save some money to take care of your expenses during that period. If you have got these things figured out, then I think you can quit your job to travel without any regrets.
answered Feb 13, 2019 by Sharan
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No. You should consider many things before deciding this. Traveling is not cheap. Even if you plan the trip and do it with minimum cost, you are using a great amount of money from your savings. I am not sure how old you are. But if you are younger than 25 years old, i don't suggest you do this.
answered Feb 26, 2019 by Pipin
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Of course, why not but don't forget traveling requires money.
answered Mar 11, 2019 by Thanisha
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Of course there is no problem if you want to travel to your destination places. But I would suggest check if you have enough many to travel as well as savings after it, because there will be people how is dependent on you or you are the only person in their life. 

Make sure that once you are leaving your job, you should have enough experience that you can get a job easily after you finish up with your travelling because you need to sustain for the rest of your life with talking care of your family.

So take your decision wisely and if you are sorted enough with this, then there wont be any problem if you quit your job. 

answered Apr 8, 2019 by subham

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