Best Jobs to Travel With
For many the dream is to find a balance between exploring this wonderful world and earning a living. When we set off on our OE (overseas experience) usually it results in living on a tight budget, skimping and saving, and coming back home and starting from scratch. If you combine work and travel you can stretch out your adventures for longer and maybe even come back with a decent stack of cash. If you’re bored of your current life and longing for an adventure, consider this fun and interesting jobs overseas:
Working on the Mountain
Whether you’re an expert skier or a beginner boarder, working on the mountain is a great option for you. You can work in the ski school teaching beginner skiers how to navigate the slopes. If you’re not so proficient on the mountain, you can work in the various shops on site, from the restaurants to the gear hire shops – there are a few options and they will vary depending on the particular place you’re looking at. If you’re interested in any of the following countries, you should be able to find winter seasonal work relatively easily: Canada, Switzerland, New Zealand, France and America.
Working in a Hostel
Whatever you choose to do for employment, working overseas is a great way to fund your travels. If you want the best of all worlds, why not consider freelancing while traveling to make a living on the road.