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Posted on October 14, 2015 | By Sinforiano Romero
The constant traveler will know that keeping a full-time job while travelling is almost impossible. Without a job, meeting the finances necessary to making your trip a reality can be a challenge. Getting a temporary job on the move is a good way to make money while enjoying the great big world, especially if you are planning to stay a while at your travel destination. However, it can be hard to find a job in an unknown land. Here are some ways to check if you will be able to make some extra cash while you’re out there;
Get Online and Ask Around
Many employers post their job offers online, both in their company websites and dedicated career websites. By searching for available temp jobs in the place you are travelling to, you will be able to get an idea of what kind of work you can do, that will also fit in with your travel plans. Lots of companies offer work for backpackers for those who are looking to make money on the road.
You will be able to select a job of your preference varying from bartending to fruit picking. Most companies do not include educational qualifications or previous work experience as requirements for casual jobs in Sydney. Checking for a job and applying online is something you can do before you actually travel, which means you can start working as soon as you arrive at your destination.
It is wise to check with coffee shops, grocery stores, hotels, restaurants and bars in the area to check if they are hiring temporary workers. If it is summer or peak season for tourism in your travel destination, there is a great possibility that many of the local businesses are looking for someone to work with them short-term. And don’t forget to look out for vacancy notices on shop windows.
Check the Local Newspaper
Newspapers are still a main source of recruitment for many establishments, and there is a high chance that local businesses advertise available jobs in the “Vacancies” section of the local newspaper. Get a hold of the weekly issue of the local paper in the city or suburb you have travelled to, and check if there is something in there that suits you.
Take Part in Research
Most universities conduct research projects and pay cash for participating in ongoing research. Depending on the field of research, you may have to take an aptitude test, fill out a questionnaire or share life experiences within a limited amount of time. You can check with the universities in the area for available opportunities to be a paid research participant.