College graduates discouraged by the tight job market are finding creative ways to pad their résumés until the economy improves: Many are leaving the country to find adventure – and work...
Many new graduates are making similar moves, flying off to teach English, work on U.S. military bases or serve in the Peace Corps, said Marcie Kirk-Holland, a manager in the UC Davis Internship and Career Center.
Ah, to be so free and unencumbered as to be able to zip around to the other side of the planet for a year....
In a crappy economy in 1991-92, my wife and moved to Taiwan to teach English. We stayed for five years and saw the world. Best decision I ever made.
What would really suck is if you moved to Italy to milk goats and stomp grapes for 6 months. Or so I hear . . .
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