Working abroad over the summer can be a way to gain employment and see other countries at the same time.
Employers usually recruit for seasonal summer jobs from March right into the summer.
Check job websites regularly as new vacancies can be added daily with some summer seasonal jobs being advertised for a short period of time.
Whilst COVID restrictions have been largely removed here in the UK, if you go abroad, you should check the situation in the country you are visiting. More information is available on the Welsh Government website.
Find seasonal jobs abroad
General job sites for seasonal jobs abroad
Find a wide range of jobs abroad on these websites:
Summer camps abroad
Apply to summer camps:
Holiday reps and more
- Tour operators and travel companies recruit for seasonal holiday reps to work all over the world
- There are a wide range of jobs available with Tour Operators including: holiday reps, kitchen staff, running children's clubs, nannies, spa work and sports instructors
Take a look at travel companies and tour operators for holiday rep jobs and more:
Cruise liners and ferries
Jobs available on cruise liners can include entertainment jobs, retail, childcare, housekeeping and cleaning, food and beverage, photography and sport and fitness.
Here are some cruise lines to get you started:
Search for more jobs at All Cruise Jobs.
Ferry companies can also advertise for summer jobs:
Nannies and Au Pairs
Look for jobs abroad as a nanny or au pair:
Safer job searching
More people are being targeted by online job scams so watch out for job scams when you search for jobs on websites. Find out more about how to avoid the job scams at JobsAware.
For more information on finding registered travel companies to work for visit:
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