Austria: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

What happens to "working abroad" when you lose your job?
Finding a job was easy. Finding a house on the other hand, was harder than Nat expected.
Travel isn't reserved for the young, but sometimes it's easier before you're settled down.
Creating festive feelings, half a world away from home.
Just because you've landed in a country doesn't mean that a job is a sure bet.
An experienced traveler, Natalie tries to convince herself that she's made the right decision to work abroad.
Caretaking means taking careful time to choose the perfect family away from home.
A guide to surviving an Austrian heat wave.
Guidelines for getting the most out of your new environment.
Anyone with a bit of pluck can find temporary work abroad, says Susan Griffith, author of Work Your Way Around the World. It may not be all glamour, but there are loads of opportunities.
Doctors Without Borders Canada founder, Dr. Richard Heinzl has travelled to 75 countries (and counting.) He speaks with Verge about living life adventurously.
Have a budget for six months of travel but want to stay a year? Consider picking up a short-term job abroad.

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