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Work in Australia

Food service industry jobs are relatively easy to come by in the larger cities in Australia, as well as work in youth hostels. Look for harvest or farm work during certain seasons.

If you don’t have a work permit for Australia, it’s possible that you will still be able to find under-the-table work in the food-service industry. Also known as a “cash in hand” job, this type of work is quite popular in the country for Aussies and backpackers alike. Ask around at restaurants for dishwashing jobs or ask acquaintances for leads.

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