I\'ve been travelling around Europe for a few months and am getting pretty broke. I\'d like to settle down for a few months get a job and make some money. Lucky for me my father works for air canada so I can fly pretty much anywhere in the world for really cheap. I was wondering what countries are relatively easy and quick to get work visas for. I\'m pretty much open to going anywhere interesting, but preferrably somewhere warm.
It''ll depend on various things: what skills you have, what nationality you are and how old you are being the most important ones.
What kind of job were you thinking about?
I'm a 22 year old Canadian and I have 3 years and a bit of cabinetmaking/furniture building experience and a degree in cabinetmaking. I'm completely open to any other type of work though. Seing as how I do have experience in that field I imagine I'd have an easier time finding work doing that.
you must have complete papers/requirements for you to get a job
You should look at Working Holiday Visa programmes for Australia, NZ, the US and the UK. You are young enough. Try googling it for information. There are organisations who can arrange the visa and help you find a job when you arrive.
Unfortunately Aus has tightened up a bit on work visas and carpentry/cabinet making is not a skills shortage area so give it a go but try and state any other skills you may have.