Working holiday programs for young people. For some nationalities, you may need to be a student.
Monster.com International Jobs
Monster has job listings for locations all over the world; many of these will require that you have a work visa already, but if you do it’s a great resource for jobs. Monster also has a selection of articles about working abroad which you may find useful.
You might as well get paid for coming to the States. The 30-year-old Camp America places people from all over the world in U.S. summer camps.
From wherever you are in the world, to wherever you want to go, the Council can help you get a work visa – well, as long as you’re a student, anyway.
Work & travel programs for students and youths. Choose from Europe, Oz, USA, Japan, China and Jamaica.
World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF)
Worldwide agricultural work exchange program. Get your hands dirty in exchange for room and board.
You can hunt for jobs based on where you want to go, or what kind of work you want to do, or both.
Promotes fair exchange (work for room/board) between travellers and hosts who seek help with a range of activities.
Working Abroad from InterExchange
Listings for short-term and more long-term work opportunities in several countries around the world. Some are “work & travel programs,” allowing you to do a bit of both.
Working Holiday Guru
A site for Aussie travellers that gives all the details to get you started on a working holiday visa in each country that offers them.
Jobfinders & Other Resources
This cool & colorful site clues you in on listings for legit, casual work all over the world, and also gives destination info.
Transitions Abroad Work Abroad Portal
Everything from job listings for all kinds of temporary & permanent positions to survival tips for living & working overseas.
WYSE Work Abroad Association
Based in Amsterdam, this organization acts as a liaison with work abroad programs and governments to make sure the work abroad experience benefits everyone.
Find leads and openings for seasonal jobs in the U.S., as well as listings of organizations that can help travelers who want to work in the States.
Resources for expats and those looking to work or retire overseas.
Temporary recruitment site that offers thousands of national and international jobs. First UK site to cater specifically for students.
Live-in Jobs for Backpackers in the UK
Since 1996, Dee Cooper has been helping travellers find live-in seasonal and summer jobs. The service is free, and she also can help with hotel jobs.
Overseas Job Centre
Although "mainly aimed at young Brits," OJC has info to help anyone trying to navigate the red tape often involved in getting legal employment outside one’s home country.
Jobs database for travel, tourism and hospitality positions in Australia and New Zealand. make sure you have a working visa before you apply though.
Travellers At Work
Free service links travelers to hundreds of job openings throughout Australia, plus services from mail forwarding to skills training.