There’s no better time to do it other than when you are young and still unsure of what your future holds, preparing for your career path. You’ll gain both skills and experience to carry through life, growing yourself in all aspects. It might not be considered a holiday as such but it certainly will be ‘an extended period of leisure’ as its definition.
Facing unfamiliarity leads to new experiences and new situations. You’ll learn how to handle these preparing you for the future.
Soft skills such as communication, problem-solving, exploring new places are all transferable to future jobs and day to day life.
At Spring Break Workers, we help remove any initial nerves from going away without knowing anyone. When applying for a job we'll invite you to join our Facebook group and meeting other applicants looking at working abroad.
Working a summer abroad allows you to start afresh, and build on personal challenges that might exist like confidence and communication whether you’re starting from scratch or returning as a seasoned staff member - there’s always room to grow and help others to develop themselves.
Opportunities like this were not as available for the past generations, take the chance in 2020 to gain further independence and discover the world. Consider how many of us Brits get to finish and then kick back in a stunning cove, sporting some shades and swim attire? Doesn’t sound too familiar right? That’s because the few that do are working a season overseas.
Most people that finish a season working abroad will tell you it was the best summer of their lives, and despite the confidence it takes to decide to leave home, none of them will tell you they regretted it! Just ask any of our ex-spring-breakers if you don’t believe us! (hangovers don’t count).