Work Abroad

Written by
How to take your medical career out of the hospital and on to the high seas.

Written by
Once, practically any native English-speaking Caucasian could land a job teaching English abroad. These days, that's just not good enough.

Written by
Born into war in Lebanon, Doctors Without Borders veteran Richard Zereik knows what it means to be a refugee.

Written by
Careful review of your contract can prevent unnecessary surprises at your new job overseas.
Working and living abroad without a hitch takes work—paperwork, that is. Wade through the red tape like a seasoned expat.

Written by
Before you sign your name on the dotted line, ask a few better-safe-than-sorry questions.

Written by
Keep your hands on the straight-and-narrow and your feet out of your mouth.  
How to teach English as a Second Language in the Middle East.

Written by
A comedy of errors teaches Canadian journalists about dedication.

Written by
Take the guess-work out of finding the right overseas teaching position with a good recruiting agency.
Page 1 of 6


Verge believes in travel for change. International experience creates global citizens, who can change our planet for the better. This belief is at the core of everything we do.

For ten years, Verge has produced quality events and resources to help people experience the world in a meaningful way, through opportunities to study, work and volunteer abroad.

Contact Us
(+1) 705 742 6869

Subscriber care
Write for us
Privacy policy