Ever dream about driving a horse-drawn carriage in Colonial Williamsburg, guiding a white-water raft down the Colorado River, running a cable car in San Francisco, operating a tour bus in Glacier National Park, serving on a cruise ship, or working for a scenic railroad in New England?
Scenic sightseeing transportation offers these and many more unique and interesting work opportunities in very special locations.
Using your excellent communications and customer-relations skills, you show and explain the sites and help each visitor enjoy their vacation or short stay. Jobs and careers are both seasonal and year-round.
Places to start include lists of U.S. National and State parks, city historic districts, and other private scenic attractions. Also, the Travel Industry Association of America (TIA) sponsors SeeAmerica.org that offers a comprehensive guide to U.S. scenic and sightseeing locations. Why not start by checking-out some of the following information sources.
The following site has information on scenic sightseeing. We highlight the sites and the content we think you'll find useful as you explore your career options in this area of transportation.
For a quick overview of what each site below offers, click the link.
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; Travel Industry Association of America