to Short-Term Paid Work Programs for Students
and Recent Graduates
William Nolting provides a concise overview for students
who seek jobs abroad after graduation.
a Foreign Culture From the Inside
Susan Griffth's outlines motives and possibilities
for a whole world of short-term jobs abroad.
a Virtual Job is the Best Job for Working
Abroad by Tim Leffel
In an extract from his fine new book, "A
Better Life at Half the Price," Leffel explores
the many options for virtual jobs abroad,
an increasingly popular combination of work,
long-term travel, and living abroad offering
to Live and Work Abroad for Less by
To many people, the dream of traveling the
world and earning a living while doing so
seems impossible; common excuses against
living and working abroad include a lack
of career options or an overly expensive
lifestyle. I had those same excuses myself,
until I proved myself wrong...
to Live and Work Overseas While Freelancing
on the Web by Nora
Many people dream of a life working abroad,
with scarcely a care in the world besides
finding an Internet connection...That life
is not as hard to achieve as it might seem
at first blush.
Jobs Abroad for Long-Term Travelers by
17 short-term jobs available to those who
wish to extend their long-term travels indefinitely.
and Working as a Tour Leader
Jobs overseas as a tour guide can be both
exhilarating and challenging, and there
are some pros and cons, but it is very
flexible way of living offering great
to Find EFL Jobs Abroad After College
After graduating from college, one option is to go
abroad to see the world and work teaching English
as a Foreign Language (EFL). Jonathon Engels is pleased
to continue to do so after many years.
Work in Europe
Volker Poelzl offers an overview of work opportunities
in Europe, from summer to seasonal, and describes
regulations to consider when seeking jobs in the EU.
Work Abroad Successfully, Put Down Roots
Tim Leffel draws from his own experience working overseas
and interviews others to illustrate how taking the
plunge and living as a local is often the best path
to interesting and fulfilling jobs abroad.
a Freelance Job Building Your Professional Travel
Professional writer and travel blogger Matt Gibson
offers practical tips on one of the few mobile travel
jobs which can help sustain you abroad.
to Work Abroad After College
Katie Kreuger tells the story of a transition from
college study towards her goal to travel and support
herself via short-term jobs abroad.
Jobs Abroad After Graduation
Tamara Hughes explores the reasons to seek work abroad
after graduation and the primary job resources for
Abroad Leading Adventure Tours
Tariq El Kashef describes realistically the many advantages
and disadvantages of jobs in the booming field of
leading adventure tours abroad.
Abroad as an Au Pair or Nanny
Susan Griffith, who has updated her classic book on
the subject, provides advice and a plethora of websites
to help you find jobs abroad where the demand is huge.
Freelance Jobs Can Be Your Ticket to Living
Adam Bray describes the pros and cons of freelance
work abroad and provides practical tips which have
made for a positive and liberating experience.
Jobs Abroad: Some Creative Ways to Travel the
Nora Dunn provides advice, descriptions, and resources
for the many jobs abroad available as a caretaker.
Such short-term work allows for long-term travel.
Andy Page outlines some of the many possibilities
for jobs abroad, a choice he has made in order to
combine work, travel, and living overseas while running
his profitable websites.
as a Freelance Foreign Correspondent
Jason Motlagh describes the opportunities as a foreign
correspondent as jobs abroad for freelance journalists
grow in demand.
Up to New Jobs Abroad: A Personal
Odyssey by Caroline
A series of articles on the many eclectic
short-term and seasonal jobs overseas that
she has undertaken over the years—including
work in ski resort hotels, campsites, entertainment,
eco-lodges, caregiving, volunteering, etc.—providing
resources and advice for others who wish
to folllow her adventurous lead.
and Travel on a Small Cruise Ship by
If I had a dollar every time I heard somebody
exclaim "that's my dream job!" I'd
be a far richer woman than I am today. Working
on a National Geographic cruise ship as a
massage therapist was, in many ways, my dream
the World by Sailboat: How to Find
the Jobs by Andy Schell
...Amazingly, I was along for this trip of
a lifetime as volunteer crew—the owner
had paid my way, provided the food onboard,
and would pay for a return ticket from Tortola
upon our successful delivery of his yacht
to the islands, where he planned to use it
over the winter months.
Working Abroad in Australia by
Working in Australia, in this case through
the BUNAC program, can be a truly memorable
year-long adventure. Here are one such series
Year Living and Working in New Zealand by
At this time two years ago, I would not have
been able to tell you a great deal about
New Zealand. In fact, I had never really
given the place a second thought until the
day I discovered it was the only westernized
country where my partner and I could both
legally live and work.
Fishing Jobs Abroad in Australia:
Big Dollars and Big Adventures Down
Under by Amy Knapp
A little-known fact is that an industry in
Australia exists for the adventurous traveler
that is quite lucrative...The average season
of Tiger Prawns (four months) will earn you
about $10,000, potentially a little more
or a little less. Banana Prawns, on the other
hand, are far more lucrative. On average
you'll take home about $15,000 for a ten-week
season, but that figure could be as high
as $20,000, if you get a good catch.
Pair Jobs in Italy: Immerse Yourself in the
Culture Without the Stress of Living Alone
Kylie Groombridge describes her cultural immersion
experience while providing practical and legal details
necessary to find such jobs.
Jobs in Barcelona
Alexandra Kain describes how she found a variety of
jobs in Barcelona, Spain, and provides advice and
resources for others to do the same.
on a Cruise Ship and Get Paid
Kristin Carter on seeing beautiful areas of the world
while taking a variety of cruise ship jobs.
as a PADI Divemaster
Anna Marie Davis on her training for an extraordinary
job in Vietnam.
for Jobs in Italy
Emma Bird provides inside tips for finding work in
Italy, where networking for jobs can be as important
as your credentials, according to a woman who has
found work abroad as a journalist, an English
teacher, and a freelancer. She follows up with practical
and inspirational advice in Work
in Italy Creatively.
Summer and Seasonal Jobs in Australia
Lisa Ponefract finds that the best jobs in Australia
are off-the-beaten-path and offers her inside tips
and prime resources for summer and seasonal work.
in Australia’s Tropical North
Laurie Pritchard suggests finding jobs in Australia's
tropical north in order to take advantage of the country's
new working visa for Americans and offers practical
Seasonal Job in New Zealand
Jules Bass describes her experience on an appie-picking
seasonal job in New Zealand—where the pleasures
far exceeded the pains.
Tour Jobs in Europe
Heather Wynn describes how to go about finding summer
jobs in Europe leading tours.
Ship Jobs: The Right Way to Get Hired
Renee Ruggero offers inside tips and key resources
to help you seek and procure cruise ship jobs.
in Italy: Work in Tuscany and Umbria
Lucia Mancini describes practical options for work
in two of the most beautiful regions in Italy.
Study, and Travel: The Combination Allows You
to Live Abroad as a Local
Jen Swanson has traveled round-the-globe
sustaining herself with short-term jobs, while also
finding time to study. Her second article, Working
to Travel Is Worth It, continues the description
of her own personal odyssey — where she finds
work in Greece.
Your Travels Abroad: How to Find Work at Hostels
in South America
Isabel Eva Bohrer describes her experience, as well
as that of others, in Latin America working at various
jobs at youth hostels.
in France With or Without a Work Visa
Expatriate Narelle Lewis provides inside tips and
resources for finding jobs in France.
Leading Nature Trips Abroad: Summer Programs
Seek Experienced Leaders
Erica Rounsefell describes the many jobs
available for those who wish to work abroad leading
summer camp programs which emphasize nature tours
Student Groups: Rewarding Summer and Adventure
Slawka G. Scarso describes a variety of
programs which provide jobs to qualified teachers
to lead students abroad.
Educational Tours Abroad as a Teacher
Jennifer M. Eisenlau on jobs leading summer
student educational travel tours.
to Work as a Journalist at an English Language
Eric Thiel writes: "Do you love writing? Do
you want to travel the world? Here are my top
tips for getting your foot in the door working for
an English language paper overseas.
...With English the lingua franca of international
commerce, development aid, and diplomacy, almost every
country has an English language publication of some
sort. Businessmen, tourists, aid workers and other
visitors rely on English publications for everything
from new commercial regulations and business opportunities
to events featuring local artists and musicians..."
Kristen Carter on how her experience abroad provided
a chance to see many countries and get to know the
Jobs in Germany
Katreen Hardt describes her work experience acting
in Germany, where well-rounded American performers
are being called on stage.
Jobs In Prague as an Expat: You Do Not Have
to Teach English
Suchi Rudra describes the optiions for finding jobs
as an expat in Prague — a shining jewel in the
Czech Republic and still a happening city.
Turkey: Jobs Abound
Dan Eldridge reports on the types of work he discovered
while traveling through Turkey.
in West Africa
Daniel Morris describes the job opportunities in West
Africa, and notes that it is far better to already
be there before searching..
in the Cayman Islands
Christine Casale provides the inside scoop.
Available at Language Schools in Guatemala
Gabe Stein describes the rewards, including learning
a new language.
in Brazil as an Artisan
Sonya Angelica Diehn describes how freelance artisanal
jobs in Brazil offer both financial and cultural rewards.
Judy Van Rhijn on the seasonal job opportunities in
Australia—in her case picking grapes.
for Travel in New Zealand
Matt Kaiel reports that seasonal jobs are plentiful
and other programs provide longer-term work.
Jobs in New Zealand
Emma Pownall describes the trials and tributations
of work in New Zealand as a fruitpicker.
to Find Work on SuperYachts
Matt Brown provides an overview, tips, and many resources
to find an exciting jobs which can be short and long-term.
Crewing a Yacht
Claire Rogers provides many resources to find one
of the most demanding yet exotic jobs available.
a Yacht in the South Pacific
Robert Hein, a man with many years of experience,
reports that there are many jobs available on private
a Boat: Follow the Seasons and Ride the Wind
Julia Bartlett describes jobs on sailboats and yachts
on Cruise Ships
Margie Davis reports that working on cruise ships
is hard but rewarding work.
Benjamin Murray tells you how to find work in one
of the most exotic regions on earth. In Camping
for Cash: Live and Work in Antartica,
David Devere provides his own perspective.
Jobs in Alaska
Judith A. Ballard describes an unusual yet rewarding
summer job destination.