Tips and Advice Trips + Planning

How To Work Abroad

What you need to know about Working Abroad, Working Holiday Visas and Teaching English Overseas.

Work Abroad General

This is by no means an exhaustive list, so please, if you know of any resources not listed here, place them in the comments below and I will add them.

Working Holiday Programs

►For Canadians:

►For USA Citizens:

►For UK Citizens:

► For EU Citizens:

► For Australian Citizens:

►For New Zealand Citizens:

► For German Citizens:

Vagabrother‘s Video on Studying Abroad

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    Mima Isono
    July 6, 2015 at 8:49 pm

    Japan is in a great need of English teachers. There’s always vacancy opens for foreigners from English speaking countries. Many of the posts offer visa sponsorship too. Gaijinpot is a good reference for overseas job hunters. Here is the link:

    Mima || Tokyo Blogger ||

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    Jessica Bird
    July 11, 2015 at 12:39 pm

    One day I would love to travel to the Boston area and fund my travel by working along the way. As I am a graphic designer all I need is my laptop and wifi, do you know if this means that I would still need a working visa? Great video by the way, very helpful!

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