Live, Work & Travel in Moldova
The poorest country in Europe offers little prospects to working travellers except for a few volunteer placements and the possibility of poorly paid English teaching. The eastern Russian speaking part of Moldova, across the Dniester river, is controlled by the self declared and unrecognised Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.
Teaching & TEFL in Moldova
Teachers don't go to Moldova to get rich. In fact, they rarely go there to get paid, with many teachers arriving in the country with the Peace Corps or via a Fulbright award. Such is the dearth of information on teaching in the country this is without doubt the best way forward.
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 - Who knows? Maybe we found some links for finding work, searching for a home and travelling in Moldova.
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10 Questions About My Peace Corps Life - Cat spent 26 months in Moldova as a Community and Organizational Development Advisor.
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