How to work 9-5 and travel the rest of the time
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How to work 9-5 and travel the rest of the time

A full-time job shouldn’t stop you from satisfying your wanderlust. The Local spoke to Travel After 5 blogger Alline Waldhelm to find out her tips and tricks for travellers who only have 25 days of annual leave.

A gap year can help shape your future, so do something that matters
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A gap year can help shape your future, so do something that matters

Kickstart your coding career in tech-savvy Berlin
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Kickstart your coding career in tech-savvy Berlin

Make a difference volunteering overseas in 2018
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Make a difference volunteering overseas in 2018

‘It’s fashionable to be cool and innovative in the kitchen’

‘It’s fashionable to be cool and innovative in the kitchen’

‘Anyone can become a wine taster with a little practice’

‘Anyone can become a wine taster with a little practice’

This language school’s secret? A good bottle of wine

This language school’s secret? A good bottle of wine

Nine brilliant tips to help you land your dream job in Spain in 2016

Nine brilliant tips to help you land your dream job in Spain in 2016

‘Have fun, smile and let’s play some rugby’

‘Have fun, smile and let’s play some rugby’

‘Spain is a bureaucratic paradise’

‘Spain is a bureaucratic paradise’

‘I’ve made a few enemies, even in Spain’

‘I’ve made a few enemies, even in Spain’

‘If the surf’s up I head straight to the beach’

‘If the surf’s up I head straight to the beach’

Women lose out as gender pay gap widens

Women lose out as gender pay gap widens

‘It’s queso manchego that has kept me here’

‘It’s queso manchego that has kept me here’

Ten phrases you’ll only hear if you work in an office in Spain

Ten phrases you’ll only hear if you work in an office in Spain

‘In Spain I found a new and  marvellous energy’

‘In Spain I found a new and marvellous energy’

‘There is joy in learning something new yourself’

‘There is joy in learning something new yourself’

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‘Make every venture reach its full potential’

‘Spain is getting taste for foreign food’

‘Spain is getting taste for foreign food’

Eight dos and don’ts for a perfect Spanish CV

Eight dos and don’ts for a perfect Spanish CV

Office slang: Top ten Spanish expressions

Office slang: Top ten Spanish expressions

‘Madrid has a lot to offer to culture workers’

‘Madrid has a lot to offer to culture workers’

‘Spain’s Pyrenees are a must for trail runners’

‘Spain’s Pyrenees are a must for trail runners’

‘Spain could be a world leader in solar power’

‘Spain could be a world leader in solar power’

‘The crisis is forcing people to be creative’

‘The crisis is forcing people to be creative’

Top tips: Surviving a job interview in Spain

Top tips: Surviving a job interview in Spain

‘Making mistakes is the only way to learn’

‘Making mistakes is the only way to learn’

‘This is the perfect time to teach English in Spain’

‘This is the perfect time to teach English in Spain’

‘Some days I think my funeral idea is crazy’

‘Some days I think my funeral idea is crazy’

‘Our students don’t live in an expat bubble’

‘Our students don’t live in an expat bubble’

‘Think hard before going self-employed in Spain’

‘Think hard before going self-employed in Spain’

‘If you’re going to open a café, personalize it!’

‘If you’re going to open a café, personalize it!’

‘Two-hour lunch break? That’s ridiculous!’

‘Two-hour lunch break? That’s ridiculous!’

How to create a spot-on Spanish CV

How to create a spot-on Spanish CV

‘Nearshoring is a win-win situation for everyone’

‘Nearshoring is a win-win situation for everyone’

Alumni group aids British graduates in Spain

Alumni group aids British graduates in Spain

‘The whole mañana mañana attitude is over’

‘The whole mañana mañana attitude is over’

Spain’s most respected and least loved jobs

Spain’s most respected and least loved jobs

‘Regulations are a burden everywhere you go’

‘Regulations are a burden everywhere you go’

‘Spanish bureaucracy moves very slowly’

‘Spanish bureaucracy moves very slowly’

‘If you have a good job, life in Spain is great’

‘If you have a good job, life in Spain is great’

Top Tips for landing a job in Spain

Top Tips for landing a job in Spain