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Skiing Work Exchanges

3onFriday: 3 Work Exchange Volunteer Projects for Skiers

Prices can rise as high as a ski lift once the tourist hordes ascend onto small mountain villages for the winter, but if you are prepared to roll up your sleeves you can ski or snowboard for a lot cheaper by hooking up with these three work exchange hosts in Japan, Chile and Italy.Read More
Free tickets to music festivals

Volunteering for Europe’s Lesser Known Music Festivals

From a rave in an abandoned Polish coalmine to bonfires and bunting in the Bulgarian mountains, The Guardian newspaper recently put together a ten strong list of the best music festivals you may never have heard of. As always when we hear the words music festival we thought of free tickets and how to get some by volunteering.Read More
Ski resort jobs in the Alps

It’s Time to Act for Alpine Ski Resort Jobs

While those looking to spend a couple of weeks whizzing up and down mountains and in and out of bars have plenty of time before they need to book their hols, those of us wanting a job in Europe's ski resorts have to start acting now.Read More
Work exchange volunteer jobs in backpacker hostels

Hostel Jobs Worldwide: 347 Hostels & Guest Houses Open to Volunteer Work Exchanges – Part 1: Europe, Asia and Africa

Working for your keep in a hostel is a good way of cutting down on expensive accommodation costs and circumventing local employment visa requirements. Though it can be a grey area many hostels are willing to provide unpaid work in countries where avenues for paid employment are closed.Read More
English language summer camp jobs in South Korea, Spain, France...

Work Abroad at English Language Summer Camps

Last Friday we highlighted working in summer camps but other countries also have summer camps but with the focus for participants centred more on learning English rather than sports and outdoor activities.Read More
Volunteer work with wild animals in Kanchanaburi, Thailand

Ski Resort Jobs in the Alps for Nannies and Childcare Staff

There are two main ways to get a job before you go caring for children in a ski resort. Find work through an au pair or nanny agency or get yourself hired by a tour operator or chalet company.Read More
Articles on working and volunteering worldwide

Workers of the World #6

Articles and posts by or about travellers working their way around the world.Read More
Articles on working and volunteering worldwide

Workers of the World #5

Articles and posts by or about travellers working their way around the world.Read More
Articles on working and volunteering worldwide

Workers of the World #4

Articles and posts by or about travellers working their way around the world.Read More
Jobs Abroad and Working Overseas

JobSpy: PGL Recruiting Now for Short Term Ski Reps

Unlike most other ski tour operators PGL don’t offer full season ski employment. The maximum work period is four weeks with most reps choosing to sandwich in a couple of weeks’ work in between their normal employment.Read More