We have finally added some new vacancies to our Jobs Abroad Bulletin site: www.jobsabroadbulletin.co.uk. Links direct to some of the latest vacancies can be found here.
We added new vacancies to JAB just before the weekend. PGL's need for a cook to join their catering team at Domaine de Segries, an activity centre in the Aredche region of southern France, is our top job this week. We are also highlighting teaching positions in Prague and China.
We have just added some new vacancies to the Jobs Abroad Bulletin. Our top job this month is with Travel for Teens, who are looking for qualified candidates to be trip leaders on programmes throughout Europe.
We have just added some new vacancies to the Jobs Abroad Bulletin. Our top job this month is the opportunity to earn $2000/month teaching English online to children in China.
Read our gap year mini mag. Every three months we present some ideas for your year out - regardless of how long that may be.
Some of our advertisers and affiliates are running Black Friday offers today, providing a great opportunity to invest both in your travelling future while at the same time keeping some of your hard won travel budget back for important things like booze buckets and bedbug free dorm beds.
We recently relaunched one of our old neglected sites into a gap year mini mag. Every three months we will present some ideas for your year out - regardless of how long that may be.
A little later than usual we begin our look forward to the year ahead by casting our minds back, scratching our heads and wondering just what the hell did we do with our time in the year past. We also discuss leaving Turkey and our latest travels in Southeast Asia (again).
We have added some new Pinterest boards with the focus, as you would expect, on working abroad and gap years.
It is with some amusement that I look through each year's beginning of the year post where we outline what we intend to do in the coming days, weeks and months. With the hindsight of an additional 365 days added to the calendar I get to ask myself: “Just what did we actually do last year?”