Robots Carrying Bags, Maximum Travel Careers, Secrets of Credit Card Super Users


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Welcome to The Morning Shave. We read a ton of travel articles each day for our personal research and to share the best travel tips and tricks with you. Here are the articles for Wednesday, July 18, 2018, that we think you should read.

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Five Careers That Can Offer Maximum Travel Opportunities. – If you’re looking for another career and want to travel on the company’s dime, check out these jobs as a potential opportunity. Travel is awesome when it’s for vacation, but it can be a drag for people who have to do it all of the time for work. Talk to some people you know and respect to get their honest take.

This Airport Robot Will Take You to Your Gate and Carry Your Bags. – Ok, I’m going to fly KLM just so I can have one of these cute little robots carry my luggage. How cool is this?

As homeless people turn off visitors, San Francisco tourism senses threat. – With the rise of homelessness across the nation, San Francisco isn’t the only city perplexed how to solve the issue to encourage tourism, keep locals happy, and treat the less fortunate with respect. There isn’t an easy answer when government and community groups have limited funds to focus on the issue.

Secrets of credit card super users. – After Chase announced that “credit card super users” cost them $330 million in their latest quarterly financial results, people are really interested in this topic and how they can maximize their rewards.

Travelers May Have No Legal Recourse for ‘Abusive’ Screenings. – Just what we need, TSA agents believing that they are above the law… and the courts backing them on this insane point of view.

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