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The “People Power” Job Superbook: Book 46. Australia - New Zealand - Pacific Islands Job Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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This is a book of websites and contact information about working in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. Most countries have too many people. Australia doesn't have enough. Australia is... More > unlike most countries in that it's relatively easy to go there to work legally or bum around if you want, living off temporary jobs. It's good for them to attract young, college educated type people there curious about the world because a few will stay and help by providing educated people for the workforce plus it brings in money through the tourist industry. Even budget travelers have to spend money. On top of that, they need workers for the farm harvests and other basic, temporary jobs. Australia has a liberal feature for young people from certain countries aged 18 to 30 called Working Holiday Makers/ WHM which is a visa good for 12 months to work there.< Less
Under the Southern Cross Or Travels in Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, Samoa, and Other Pacific Islands By Maturin Murray Ballou
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Maturin Murray Ballou (April 14, 1820 – March 27, 1895) was... More > a writer and publisher in 19th-century Boston, Massachusetts. He co-founded Gleason's Pictorial, was the first editor of the Boston Daily Globe, and wrote numerous travel books and works of popular fiction.Ballou was born in Boston in 1820, to parents Hosea Ballou and Ruth Washburn. He attended The English High School, and although he passed the entrance exam for Harvard College, he did not attend. He married Mary Anne Roberts on Sept. 15, 1839; children included Murray Roberts Ballou (b. 1840).Starting around 1838, Ballou wrote for the Olive Branch, a weekly paper published in Boston. In addition to writing, he worked various jobs for the Boston Post Office, 1839 and the Boston Custom House, ca.1845. Excerpt from:< Less
We Are Off - The Journal By Fredrik Stenshamn & Heather Stenshamn
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How often do you dream about just forgetting about your job, your apartment, your furniture, all your… stuff, and just grab a backpack and wander the earth? And how many times does it remain... More > just a dream? This is the true story about a couple that was not content leaving it just a dream, but actually did it. Heather and Fredrik circled the globe on the trip. They traveled across Asia, Australia, the Pacific, and North America for one full year and stepped foot in twenty countries. But it became more than just sightseeing. They learned about countries, cultures, and people, but also about their friends – old and new – and themselves. It was never certain how the trip would end, but as the journey progressed, it became even more uncertain where...< Less
Evilution By L.K. Scott
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Traumatized after witnessing the sudden death of his loving wife, emergency responder Travis Pates watches his life take a downward turn when he is suspended for drinking on the job. With no family,... More > no job, and unable to sleep due to vivid and terrifying nightmares, Travis decides can no longer go on. Then one morning he wakes to find a lost child wandering down the highway alone, whose bravery and simplistic view of the world gives Travis the courage to face another day. But when he returns to work with an inspired outlook on life things go from bad to worse. A Pacific storm had caused a tanker filled with thousands of gallons of crude oil to go missing off the dangerous and rocky coast of Washington State. Travis and his team are sent to investigate its last known whereabouts: a mysterious uncharted island where something is not quite right. It seems every survivor has gone mad.< Less
A Year in Beer By Donavan Hall
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In this companion volume to the Long Island Beer Guide, Donavan Hall gives the full story of his first year as a professional beer writer. Donavan decides to quit his day job and embark on a new... More > career as a craft beer adventurer. After relocating to Long Island from sunny Florida, Donavan gets back into homebrewing and meets Mike who takes him on his first beer adventure in Boston. Then Donavan travels to Baltimore to crawl the bars of Fells Point. He returns to hook up with Mike and Rich for a tour of Brooklyn. Then he hops on an airplane for the Pacific Northwest to experience really hoppy beer in its native habitat, followed by a jaunt to Denver. Then he's back on a plane bound (this time) for England; he's looking for Real Ale. Exhausted, Donavan tries to take his family on a vacation to Pennsylvania only to find a surfeit of brewpubs including the unique Bube's Brewery in Mount Joy. In the end Donavan returns home to New York with a clear vision of vocation as a beer evangelist.< Less

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