Couples who love to travel together are often faced with a dilemma — how to earn a living while still making time to travel as much as they want. WorkingCouples.com is the perfect solution to this problem.
Many employers prefer to hire couples to fill job openings, especially seasonal positions. Securing employment as a couple can make traveling to new locales not only possible but a financially intelligent choice. Spending time living and working in a new destination is a great way to learn the culture like a local, meet interesting new people and make great memories.
This job board website allows couples to find work anywhere in the world for employers looking specifically for couples. Opportunities include caregiver and domestic positions, bar and restaurant managers for seasonal businesses (think beach bar on a remote island), resort and campground positions, and teaching positions, just to name a few.
The site allows you to match you and your partner’s skills and passions with a job in a location of your choosing. When the term of the position is done or you are ready to move on, simply search for positions in the place you wish to explore next.
Many of the jobs offered on the site come with housing, eliminating the need to find (and pay for) a place to stay while you are on an assignment. Use of the site requires a paid subscription. For just $5 per month or $12 for three months, couples get full access to all of the job postings. For an additional fee you can post your resumes for potential employers who wish to seek you out.
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