Cómo emigrar SIN DINERO y CON TRABAJO | Maneras de MUDARSE de país con un primer trabajo

Cómo emigrar SIN DINERO y CON TRABAJO | Maneras de MUDARSE de país con un primer trabajo


Hi everyone!
Welcome to my channel! Dianina XL, today I will tell you how to settle down in a new country in a low-cost way, as I did myself. After some bad experiences in the past, which I will explain in further videos, I decided to return to Spain expecting to find a good job with the english level I had achieved
in London and Edimburgh, but unfortunately the
crisis was still an issue, So I decided to go back abroad, but this time without hard jobs
and difficult situations…, So I said to myself: I want from the begining the most
important thing, a home, groceries and and a job
to have some money che ti permette…, … Sorry, my italian
comes out unwittingly, in order to have a normal living,
hanging out, cigarettes… whatever…, And a good option was
being an Aupair-girl. Ok, I know what you may be thinking, “I don’t like children,
I have no experience…”, That is not a problem because when you create your profile in a website like “aupairworld”, you find the name down here for your information, you can choose the kind of experience
you would like to live, for example, I didn’t want small children because
it was a huge responsability and I didn’t feel prepared. The best option for me was older children, but not more than two, because it would mean a lot of work. I found a great family that I appreciate. Thanks to all of you! They had two children around
10-12 years old. It was perfect because both of them where big enough. Learning italian was quite easy for me and I managed to speak very fluently because children use a
very simple vocabulary, that was really helpful for me. Another good tip at that time, when I was unemployed… and without much money… I told the family that I didn’t have a job and I couldn’t afford to pay
the flight ticket. But this family was really interested in having me And they said to me:
“Don’t worry Diana…, We will pay the flight for you”. I was really lucky because they have had many aupairs before, so this family was used to it and respected my privacy, my own space, my
bedroom, my bathroom… I was able to go in and out whenever. Which is important. Because other aupairs had problems and were asked to arrive home at a certain time, and of course we don’t want that, otherwise I would have stayed
home with my own parents. There is no age for being aupair, from 18 to 50, or 60.., there is no trouble, and you have guaranteed a minimum of comfort. It is also important to have a language school nearby or a good connection with public transport. Because… without going to a school you may achieve a good speaking level, but writing could become a difficulty. Let’s talk about the meals. Even if the parents are at home, you may be asked to cook something, but only for the children. Don’t bite off more than one can chew… You don’t have to clean the living room, or the parents bedroom… íNo!, no no no no, Some people could try to
take advantage of you and that is not right. Usually you should take care of the children, take them and bring them from school, accompany the child to some activities in your working time,
remember… and at home… maximum two hours per day for the ‘light cleaning’, for example, vacuuming, mopping the floor, cleaning the dust from the children’s room, ironing the clothes… only from the children. Salary is an issue depending on the country you are at. In this website you will find a chart
with the medium salary of each country. I would suggest you around
100 euros for Italy, but there are other countries, like in Switzerland where
they pay much more, usually you can be paid around
200Ç – 250Ç per week so keep that in mind, but of course life will be much expensive so keep that also in mind in order
to find a future job, pay a rent, etc, Well, starting a new life. If children are not definitely your thing… And you’re thinking: íNo children please!. There are other options, that I have never experienced myself, like being a Turistic animator… If you are an outgoing person and you love working with people, it’s totally free. This companies pay you the flight ticket, your meals and your whole stay… that’s why you receive a lower salary… because it’s all included. Around 500Ç – 1.000Ç depending on
the agency and the chosen country. Another good option, If you have
already some english level would be working in the Arab Emirates, full of job opportunities for people from all over the world. They will pay your flight
and manage your visa… Once you arrive you have
already an appartment. The big Hotel chains provide appartments to their employees, having their own
buildings for them to live in. Ok, I know what you’re thinking…, Emirtes… So HOT!, think about it… Weather is an issue to consider… Personally I prefer the north of Italy, better to have some cold that a lot of heat, specially if you are XL with a sensation of oppression, you know what I mean:
super swollen ankles, hands you can’t even close… So, if your are XL maybe this is
not your best destination… in terms of comfort and survival… I recommend you going north, the north of Europe, the north of everything. This has been today’s video and my special tips for a low-cost living abroad. If you liked my video Thumbs up!, suscribe to my channel and
follow me on my social networks, I’m on twitter, facebook and instagram, so find me everywhere! Tell me your abroad experiences, or if you are thinking about doing it, what do you think about live,
love and everything, I’m really interested in your opinion
and I want you to share it with me. íKisses! íSee you soon and have a wonderful day!