Many people, feeling caught by an office or an indoor job, prefer to find outdoor jobs to provide for themselves and their families. Many of these jobs are active jobs which require much physical strength and agility. Others require a particular skill. When a person understands where he can find one of those jobs, he can start to work outside in an open environment doing something which he loves.
Life guarding Many young people had their first summer job as a life guard when they were in their mid-teens. Life guards, who are often older than their teen years, are responsible for the lives and safety of people who are swimming in indoor and outdoor pools, lakes, oceans and other large water bodies. As one of the swimming jobs, life guards have to be strong swimmers and these professionals have to be trained and certified before they are allowed to work. Swimming teachers People who are strong swimmers can start their own business as a swimming teacher. In summer, classes can be held outdoors. For those who live in climates which are warm year-round, such as Southern California, classes can be held outdoor all year round. Teachers can find jobs in local swimming clubs or or may have private lessons. They should be sure to have appropriate insurance and enough supervision for pupils being in and around the water.
People who are creative, who like working in gardens and enjoy beautifying their surroundings may take pleasure in a landscaping job. Landscapers beautify yards, gardens and other property through the planting and maintaining flowers, bushes and other plants. People who want this type of work should be prepared for hard, but rewarding physical labour.
Construction work Construction workers construct buildings, repair roads and build bridges. These men and women also build tunnels and participate in approved demolition activities. These labourers spend the majority of the day outside. Since they often participate in heavy lifting and pulling, and spend much time working with heavy machinery, physical strength and health are often a requirement of employment. References United State Bureau of Labor and Statistics- Construction Laborer- Bls.gov