Because of their obsession with globe-trotting, millennial have turned cheap travel into a science, taking advantage of bargain flights, capitalizing on points and miles, and figuring out how to work remotely.
Here's how five young entrepreneurs were able to ditch their 9-to-5's and travel the world:
1. Johnny Ward
After graduating from university in England, Johnny Ward booked a one-way flight to New York City and, though he paused to buy an apartment in Bangkok, he has not stopped traveling since. Ward invested $100 in a website that turned into a million-dollar travel blogging company. Now, even though he grew up on welfare in Ireland, he makes up to $60,000 a month while traveling the world.