Live, Work & Travel in Lithuania

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Lithuania along with the other Baltic States have made a remarkable transition into liberal free market economies and are the only parts of the former Soviet Union to join the EU. Despite this, expect working in Lithuania to be confined to English teaching and volunteer work.



Teaching & TEFL in Lithuania

Quinn's World of TEFL carries advice on salaries, hours and other useful information for English teaching in the country while English language schools are listed at ESL Base.


Other Ways to Work in Lithuania

For the past few years Sovereign Academy have run four day camps aimed at young entrepreneurs each summer in Lithuania. There is no fee to attend the camp: organisers cover all costs of accommodation and food for 50 participants. Aside from an age limit of 18 to 25 there are no set criteria to apply. Instead they look for a genuine desire to learn, grow, and achieve more. Applications usually need to be in by the end of March.


Other Ways to Travel or Stay for Free

Stay for free in return for caring for local residents' homes or pets. Join Trusted Housesitters to live rent free as a house sitter (Americans may prefer this link).You can get a free $25 Airbnb credit from us here.


More Resources from our Sites

Directory > Russia & Eastern Europe Links - A selection of links for finding work, searching for a home and travelling in Lithuania.
Jobs in Eastern Europe - Current vacancies from the Jobs Abroad Bulletin.


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