While many of us yearn to see the world, few of us have a fortune at hand to fund our global adventures. The odds of a winning Lotto ticket or a surprise inheritance bankrolling your world travel are poor. Despite this, you have another option. It’s possible to earn abroad and pay as you go. Whether you want Read More >
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Four Other Countries for French Speakers
French is the most popular foreign language among Irish secondary school pupils. Obviously that is very handy for anyone going to France to work, study or holiday. But where else can that French serve you? What if you dream of going further afield than France? French is spoken widely around the world. And yes, fluency Read More >
Dreaming of the Open Road This Summer?
We have many things in Ireland that draw tourists from around the world. Ireland boasts stunning natural beauty from the Burren to the Giant’s Causeway. The burial tombs at Newgrange are older than the pyramids, and pretty much every era of our history has left a stunning legacy. Our pub culture and traditional music are Read More >
Wondering If You Can Take the Heat?
If you are contemplating a summer job overseas, you might be looking forward to a proper bit of sun for a change or you might be worried you will simply melt. While generalizations are never 100% accurate, it is fair to say that a lot of Irish people are not used to what constitutes summer Read More >
Should You Take that Service Sector Job Abroad?
Are you considering taking a job abroad this summer but worried about the long-term benefits? Many of the summer jobs available are in the service sector – restaurants, hotels, gift shops and the like. This might not be your long-term career path. Is it a mistake to take a job like this if you have Read More >
How to Be an Awesome Au Pair Anywhere
Spending the summer as an au pair is a great way to really get to know another culture while earning money to enjoy it. You get to stay in place and see the inner workings of the culture in the form of not only the family that hires you, but the families they socialise with. Read More >