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    Posted: 05 January 2005 at 11:55
Myself and my partner are currently looking for work abroad (preferably Europe, but would consider anywhere really). We are keen travellers and have itchy feet to see the world, although we are a little short of cash at the moment.

We are mature adults (49 and 39)who hunger for a new life abroad. We want to make new friends and experience the culture of the country we are staying in.

If you can help us find jobs we would be very grateful or point us in the direction of good websites.

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Hi Guy's,

Have you thought about working on yachts as a couple/team?
You may have some non-sailing skills that would enable you both to be ancillary crew whilst learning to sail, I.E. Language skills, IT Skills, Customer Services/PR, Catering, Food and Beverage Service etc...

It is a good way to travel and you don't need to pay for travel, accommodation or food. Many employers will take on novice crew if they have additional non-sailing skills that are helpful in the smooth running of a vessel. Some vessel owners take on people for working holidays/working passages.

It may not be ideal if you dislike the sea, but it would certainly keep your costs down and open-up a whole new world of experiences.
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Hello!

PGL Travel Ltd has several vacancies at our residential adventure activity centres in the UK, France and Spain at the moment.

We have roles for activity instructors, catering team members, drivers (cars/ van/ minibus), site/ maintenance assistants, administrators, children's reps and more!

You'll receive a competitive weekly wage and full board accommodation and our centres are located in some of Europe's most beautiful and challenging adventure sports locations.

Please take a look at our recruitment website for more info: www.pgl.co.uk/people

Thanks!
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That site looks awsome, I cant get out of the country for more than three months this summer and am already committed until August but will defo have a look at it after all this and also pass it onto some mates who are finding it hard to find anything for this coming summer.
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Have you thought about teaching English? While it's not as easy as it used to be to find teaching jobs in Europe, there are still ones out there for qualified ESL teachers - I got certified with i-to-i without much hassle and I think they offer a job placement service for teaching jobs in spain - their site's www.i-to-i.com

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Hi,
 
I took a TEFL course in Prague, called TEFL Worldwide Prague in October 2005 and have been teaching English ever since. The certificate is internationally recognized, so I was also able to go and teach in Chile for a year before coming back to Prague. The school offers the chance to gain your TEFL certificate which allows you to teach anywhere in the world and provides Job Assistance. They have a lot of contacts with language schools throughout the world as well as past graduates able to guide graduates with teaching options. Here is their site: www.teflworldwideprague.com I would really recommend it.
 
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HI everyone my name is nicola im 21,

 
Im looking for people to share a flat with in gran canaria i wanted to go out and work somewhere for summer but unfortunately missed this :( but since the canary island are all round seasons you can get a job anytime so i have bitten the bullet and booked my ticket to gran canaria on the 27th of OCtober 2010 to find work and see how it goes.
 
I was going to stay in an self catering apartment for two weeks and look for work and a flat but dont want to go alone and all my friends arent up for it and are in relationships. 
 
So if anyone is up for it let me know thanks xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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There are loads of websites out there, so just google it and you'll find something that suits.  Maybe start in Europe and work your way around the world from there...
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IM looking to go work in greece or cyprus for the whole summer and want to fly out on 1st may this year anyone up for going???
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Try a specialist expat job site like http://www.expathiring.com or http://www.totalanguagejobs.com
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I've been working in customer services for years now and am considering leaving the UK. I don't speak a foreign language though, apart from GCSE French!

I have spotted lots of jobs on http://www.expathiring.com and there are some on http://www.michaelpage.com. These sites are specialist job sites for expats, or sites with sections dedicated to work abroad.






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Hey, I am really interested in working abroad next summer in 2012 as part of the animation team. i am just wondering in anyone could help me and give me a few tips how to get started.
many thanks danielle x
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What do you mean by animation team? There are lots of sites out there listing jobs abroad. Why not try www.expathiring.com or Monster.com
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its like an entertainer and thankyou
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