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The best volunteer holidays for singles

The best volunteer holidays for singles

If you’re travelling solo, but don’t necessarily want to be alone, why not consider volunteer holidays for singles? GVI’s volunteer programs are your chance to make an impact, meet new people, and experience adventure all at the same time.  Travelling solo can be the...

Top 10 Tips for Jungle Living

Top 10 Tips for Jungle Living

There is no doubt about it, living in the jungle is a lifestyle and one that always takes some adjusting. But it is a lifestyle that is rewarding in every way, both by the carefree nature it encourages and the minimalist habits it encompasses. Here at Jalova our staff...

Know your skills: how to explain your experience abroad on a resume

Know your skills: how to explain your experience abroad on a resume

Now that you’ve returned from abroad, how do you express these new abilities on a cover letter or resume? It can be difficult to organize those experiences and skills into an easily understandable format, as you try to explain it to others. However, when you understand these skills and how they can fit within employer’s objectives, and when you can assess yourself and articulate those qualifications to others, you will be much more effective and focused in your job search. Here are the key skills gained from international work, study, or travel, with brief descriptions of each one so you can better explain them in an interview, or on a cover letter or resume (or Linked In profile!).