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  Features How to Convince Your Boss to Let You Work RemotelyShowing 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 BustedToo often, sound bytes, generalizations and misconceptions mask the true complexity of this global problem. Preventing TEFL Burnout5 strategies for coping with the stress of teaching in a foreign country. Departments From the Field Blog: Editors’ ChoiceA round-up of Verge editorial staff’s favourite blog posts over the past few months. Q&A: International Work as a TeacherVerge 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 BoliviaAt a Bolivian hostel run by a Canadian mother and son team, guests learn from the locals. 5 Graduate Hiring SchemesFinishing a degree and finding work can be a daunting prospect. These UK-based graduate schemes could give you a leg up. Backpack Volunteers in BelgradeAs the number of displaced persons arriving in Belgrade surges, backpackers are lending a hand at refugee centres. Showering With a Friend in BurmaA volunteer discovers that in Burma, the concept of privacy exists only for those who can afford not to share. Read this edition >>

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