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Permitted To Stay: How YOU can Work and Travel Anywhere in 2024/25

Andrew Sloane

Imagine being able to live, work and travel wherever you want to in the world and knowing how to finance yourself along the way! Yes, it's possible and the options are more plentiful than you might think. Permitted to Stay: How YOU Can Work and Travel Anywhere in 2024/25 is your comprehensive guide on working and travelling-no matter your, education, nationality, or skill level and is for anyone from 18 to 80!

Drawing on his own experience of working on every inhabited continent over the past thirty plus years, Andrew Sloane provides a panoramic overview of work and travel opportunities available globally. In this book, you'll learn about:

- What to know before you go
- Working holidays
- Digital nomads
- International volunteering
- Development and aid agencies
- Exchange programs and scholarships
- Internships, traineeships, and fellowships
- Expats and emigrants
- On-the-ground travel tips and firsthand accounts

Featuring helpful checklists, usual requirements, warnings, and encouragement, this book introduces you to the full range of ways you can travel and work globally and provides country-specific details to get you started in identifying then planning your own work and travel journey.

Permitted to Stay is a well-informed, easy-to-use, up-to-date resource written specifically to inspire you to convert a dream into action. You CAN make your work and travel dreams a reality; let this book be your first step forward.

Book Details

  • Publisher: FriesenPress
  • Publish Date: Feb 5th, 2024
  • Pages: 288
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.81in - 1.31lb
  • EAN: 9781038300492
  • Categories: Reference - GeneralSpecial Interest - Business

About the Author

Sloane, Andrew: - Andrew Sloane's life changed when he left his native U.K. at age twenty-one to travel to Australia on a working holiday visa in 1989. Since then, he has lived and worked in several countries and explored over twenty more while holding various types of visas and permits. His work-life has been diverse: he has been a dishwasher, bean picker, auto parts representative, charity worker, and project administrator, eventually running his own consultancy. Today, Andrew is happily settled in Canada with his wife Lynn and their children Rachel, Daniel, and Joshua.