I was traveling through Central Europe last month and stayed in some pretty cool hostels. The staff were really cool and hung out with you, and were more like friends than your typical hostel staff. One thing I noticed is that most of them just landed there. Some have been there 3 months with the intention to stay another 6, some have been there a year. They just happened to visit for a few days and then started working at the hostel. My question: how is this done? I have a hard time believing they could get a work visa for this sort of thing, or does that exist? Or do people that do this just come on your typical 90-day tourist entry and illegally stay longer and just deal with the consequences when they leave?
Which countries value free time, low working hours, and vacations? Which value living life and not just working? [more inside]
Another moving to Europe question. Is it possible. [more inside]
What is the best way for an American to get an office job in Europe? [more inside]
I'm wanting to spend a month or so in each of some of the coolest cities of the USA/Europe. I've got a full-time work-from-anywhere-there's-wi-fi job that'll keep me going but still want to keep expenses down. Done something similar? What was your best way to find lodgings? [more inside]
Propitious places to move to & unusual living situations for having 3 or 4 days a week free to work on personal project
I'm working on a project that requires at least 3 or 4 full days attention each week. What are some places in the US or world I could move to, &/or unusual living situations, that would give me a good chance of doing this? [more inside]
How can two Seattle residents best go about looking for jobs in London? [more inside]
I'm looking for resources on doing paid farm work (preferably in Scandinavia, but anywhere else in Europe is fine, too). [more inside]
How hard is it for a third country national to work in Austria after going through university there?
How hard is it for a third country national to work in Austria after going through university there? [more inside]
What are some good job search websites/engines for Europe? I'm interested in jobs in international affairs, public relations, business and finance, advertising and marketing. I'm mostly looking for resources for Germany, Belgium, France and the UK, but pan-European websites are good too.
What is the availability of "under the table" work in Europe? I understand it's a per-country answer, but that's exactly what I am looking for. [more inside]
I'm looking for companies that offer quasi-entry level jobs for professionals making a career change. [more inside]