Are you thinking of leaving your job at home and beginning work abroad? If so, we've got some tips which might help you in your quest.
This is a job worth considering if English is your native language and you intend spending more than three months in any one place. If you do plan on teaching English you should do a TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) course before looking for work. A good source of information about TEFL Certificate programs all over the world is the teflboard teacher training program directory at www.teflboard.org.
From grape picking in France to sheep shearing in New Zealand, to snow or ski resorts, seasonal work is something that draws travellers to different locations all over the world each year. The key point you need to remember when looking for this type of employment is that, as it is seasonal, there will be hundreds of people going for just one job. Get your applications in early to improve your chances.