Hey all, Firstly, I'm just finishing my second year of mechanical engineering. I've been thinking about my career options recently, and as I enjoy traveling, both domestically and internationally, I thought I'd try to gauge what type of opportunities there are for travel in engineering. I realize that travel jobs aren't exactly as glamorous as sometimes they might be made out to be (long hours, difficult if I ever decide to start a family, etc...). So I guess my reason for pursuing a job with travel is to move around a bit before I have commitments that might keep me in one place. I've heard that many gov't jobs involve travel as well as most consulting jobs. Anyway, I guess my question is if there's anyone whose had a job with a lot of travel? What did you think of it? What type of work did you actually do/what were your responsibilities? And what companies/industries might be a good place to look for jobs? Thanks for your help.