Working Holiday Makers to London & the UK undertake a variety of work types. Some find work in their current profession such as teachers, accountants, nurses, etc. while others try something totally different like being a live in nanny, bar work, hospitality in the ski fields in Scotland, etc. Whatever work you decide you will look for the best way to find a position is through a recruitment agency or on-line or sometimes contacting an employer directly.
I have included extensive information and contact details of agencies in my working holiday guide LiveWork&Play in London & the UK.
Read my blogs on work types
A pub on every corner If you've heard the saying 'there's a pub on every corner'--well, it's true. Even if you haven't pulled a beer before the guv'nor (the owner or manager of the pub) may take you on (maybe only on a trial basis) to see how you cope with serving...read more
Winter is coming – how about a job in a Scottish Ski centre? If you love the snow, or even if you don’t, you could make a season working in a Scottish ski centre part of your working holiday in the UK. There are five main ski centres in the Scottish Highlands: the...read more
Most independent travellers stay at a hostel at some time during their travels. But did you know these hostels can provide more than just a cheap bed for the night and a great place to meet like-minded travellers! They are also a great source of work. So what types of...read more