Guide to Low-cost Travel and Inexpensive Vacations
Should you wish to travel overseas for an extended period, you might want to consider working overseas to make your funds last a little longer.
Working abroad provides a wonderful opportunity to get to know a foreign country and to totally immerse yourself into the language and culture.
To work overseas, you will require either a work visa or citizenship in that country.
If your parents or grandparents were born in a foreign country, you might qualify for a passport or have the "right of abode" in that country. Either status provides you with the right to work.
If you qualify for citizenship in any European country, you will be able to work anywhere in the European Union. Commonwealth citizens under a designated age can qualify for "working holiday visas" in other Commonwealth country.
If working abroad is of interest to you, contact the appropriate embassy in your home country or visit their website for more information.