Latest Issue: Vol. 18 Issue 1

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How to Convince Your Boss to Let You Work Remotely
Showing your employer that you can get the job done from any location takes planning, communication and commitment.

7 Human Trafficking Myths That Need to Be Busted
Too often, sound bytes, generalizations and misconceptions mask the true complexity of this global problem.

Preventing TEFL Burnout
5 strategies for coping with the stress of teaching in a foreign country.


From the Field Blog: Editors’ Choice
A round-up of Verge editorial staff’s favourite blog posts over the past few months.

Q&A: International Work as a Teacher
Verge asks a veteran teacher and Head of School at an international school in Rome, just what it takes to teach at an international school.

Living Lightly in Bolivia
At a Bolivian hostel run by a Canadian mother and son team, guests learn from the locals.

5 Graduate Hiring Schemes
Finishing a degree and finding work can be a daunting prospect. These UK-based graduate schemes could give you a leg up.

Backpack Volunteers in Belgrade
As the number of displaced persons arriving in Belgrade surges, backpackers are lending a hand at refugee centres.

Showering With a Friend in Burma
A volunteer discovers that in Burma, the concept of privacy exists only for those who can afford not to share.

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