Gap Year Jobs
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Getting a gap year job really gives you the opportunity to get to know a country and its people inside out. Not only will you learn valuable skills for life but you'll earn money too, further funding your travels; if you're lucky you may even pick up another language!
Working abroad is a great way to gain work experience and further your career; it really does look great on your CV and employers are actively encouraging gap year experiences!
There are thousands of gap year jobs out there, from fruit-picking in Australia, to becoming a sky-diving instructor in New Zealand, to teaching English as a foreign language in South Korea. The opportunities are endless, so make sure you don't miss out on getting a gap year job!
Jobs Articles and Advice
Working holidays are all about working abroad, earning good money, and travelling around. Not only that, you’ll also further your career…
Finding a job after you return from a gap year can be hard. That’s why we thought you’d like our advice on getting a job after travelling…
Brain melting from travel research? Don’t go through the hassle of planning - do an ‘all-in-one’ Gap Wrap and get the complete experience…
Working in Australia is perfect for many backpackers, so if you want to work and travel then make sure you read our awesome guide…
Before you go, remember you’ll be coming back. That’s why it’s good to know how you can make your gap year work for you when you travel…
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"Before I first worked abroad I didn't realise how much it was going to change, well, everything. Over the last two years I have worked in various countries, from the USA to Thailand to France, and soon I'm heading off to Australia on a WHV.
"Between the new friends, the new skills and the new travel experiences, working abroad is just an awesome way to get out and see the world, and it's something that everyone should try at least once in their lives. It alters the way you view work and travel, and ultimately it changes your perspective on life and who you are as a person."