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Linda Bryen says
Tourist guide sounds good. I don't speak any foreign languages well enough to be a translator or interpreter, though I have used Google Translate. Thanks for the agency leads - I'll check them out.
Thanks! I have no experience in TEFL, but am willing to learn. So apparently there is work in Europe! I was afraid everyone there spoke English, and there would be no need.
Mary Wickison says
The "chalet girl" job sounds interesting! Thanks!
P.S. Do you know anything about short term volunteer positions overseas?
Dreamer at heart says
By PR, do you mean mingling with the guests to make sure they have a good time? I think I can do that. Publicity for the cruise ship - that, I'm not sure about.
Thanks! I've checked some of them out. How about a summer position; wouldn't that run 3 months?
Yea, you can get summer positions, but check out the visa issues with that country. For example, as a UK citizen I can work in Europe with no issues, even short term. However, for most of Asia, the US and Aus, I can't do that legally.
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