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Working Abroad vs. Working in America?

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Wolfeye
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Working Abroad vs. Working in America?

Post by Wolfeye » July 29th, 2016, 11:04 pm

Hello, all. I was wondering if I could get a comparison between working in another country & working in America. I guess I'm looking for a general rundown of things in different regions (ex: America / Eastern Europe / Western Europe / Asia / Latin America) & if possible, different countries (ex: Czechia/Spain/Russia/Brazil/Philippines).

I get this could be a bit hard to nail down, but I gather that Germany is WAY different from Italy- for instance. Which places aren't too hair-splitting about a foreign white guy working off the books? Any good ones for teaching someone English on their lunch break & things like that? What about working at hostels for my room & board? I've heard that I can do janitorial stuff/bartending/etc... to pay for my stay.

Trying to head overseas this year & am looking for this to be the start of a permanent move, so a rundown of the work environment would be helpful.

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KAMEHAMEHA
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Re: Working Abroad vs. Working in America?

Post by KAMEHAMEHA » November 18th, 2018, 2:35 am

If you're abroad you either need passive income, TEFL, or a remote job.
yall ever just rub toothpaste on ur pp? like i know it sounds scary but it gives ur whole pp just a fresher vibe yknow? the best part is when u suck ur own pp and get nice minty breath. i cant b the only one that does this. brought it up with my homies and they said they havent. but the next week there breath seems real minty? yall should rub toothpase on ur pp its worth it trust me

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