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Old 07-19-2003, 04:38 PM   #1
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I'm a 22 year old girl traveling by herself!...I started my trip 2 months ago, I'm in France (planining to stay here for a while )and I don't want to go back to the States yet!!! But of course the money factor comes in place!... I need to get a temporary job in order to stay here... Anyone has some advice???? I've heard that France is one of the hardest places to get a job without a job permit. I would really appreciate any ideas or suggestions!!!! :D
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Laura, first off welcome to the boards. Secondly, you might want to check out www.helpexchange.net. There are some postings in France right now.

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Welcome, Laura! Finding work is supposed to be a toughy in France . Here´s a couple of links that have some tips and links that could help- http://www.parisvoice.com/01/apr/html/jobtips.cfm and http://ydelta.free.fr/job.htm

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Thank you so much guys!!!! :D All the info is helping a lot!!!
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Old 07-28-2003, 02:11 PM   #5
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hey laura--
it is great what you are doing-- i am planning a trip similar to yours--i will leave oct 1 --do you have anything that you can tell me-- how have you done it? i am very excited but a little nervous--i am 24 just out of college from louisana--went to school in arkansas-- if you have suggestion--write me at want2gojames@travelpunk.com.

have TONS of FUN!!!!
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