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Country #4 The Czech Republic, Get Paid to Travel the World, How to Live in 10 Countries, Work and Travel the Globe

How I found EVS Vacancies – A Year in Europe All Expenses Paid? Here’s How!

* OK, for this to work this free year in Europe to work you’ll need to be living in certain countries, and under 30. All good? Keep reading! Love the idea of getting involved and seeing Europe, but can’t manage a year’s commitment? Scroll down for details of short term funded trips for weekend youth seminars and other events. A few summers ago I rocked up in a tiny town on the border between the Czech Republic (in central Europe) and Poland. Myself and a band of EU  ...

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Country #8 Australia, Work and Travel the Globe

Undiscovered Jobs Even You Could Snag as a Backpacker- Little Known Backpacker Jobs

I have probably read more posts about finding travel jobs than you’ve devoured hot dinners, because I’ve been Googling ‘how to live and work abroad‘ since the millennium. Many of them are amazing, but many also don’t attempt to give any leads for how to actually grab the jobs, and few have unusual or little-known backpacker jobs, the ones that can help you avoid the hoardes of competition. That’s where I hope this post could help with some tips on finding  ...

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Airport Layover Guides

Bangkok Layover Tour Guide- No-Extra-Cost Mini Layover in Thailand!

Could you turn your Bangkok layover in Thailand into an exciting mini-vacation? Is it worth leaving the airport? I’ve got all the answers you need in the Bangkok layover tour guide – no extra cost, just a lovely miniature holiday on your excruciating flight around the world. Why not take the opportunity to go sighseeing in Bangkok? When I asked on forums, commenters told me there was no point leaving the airport with my layover window (8 hours), but here’s the clever way I  ...

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Guest Blogs

How to Live in South Korea- Living in Korea as a Foreigner- Moving to Asia and Teaching English

South Korea has become a popular spot for millennials seeking adventure in far away lands- moving to Asia and teaching English is now very common. Finding an English teaching job in Korea can be very lucrative, and requires little in the way of credentials or experience. The pay is decent and the cost of living is VERY low. How low? So low. Your employer will typically pay you in the range of 2.1-2.5 million won a month, and will cover such expenses as airfare to and from Korea, as well as  ...

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