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    I'm currently on a gap year and although I had originally planned to travel in South America I haven't yet found a job and am considering au pairing as an option. I would want to go to a Spanish speaking country and was wondering if anyone had any experience of this, which websites/agencies were best or even personal contacts?

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    I'm currently using www.easyaupair.com

    It's fairly good, you make yourself your profile, and then you can send intro messages to families. I've had a few job offers from France, too, but I'm not sure if I'm going to take a job or not until the results come out!
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    (Original post by psychocustard)
    I'm currently using www.easyaupair.com

    It's fairly good, you make yourself your profile, and then you can send intro messages to families. I've had a few job offers from France, too, but I'm not sure if I'm going to take a job or not until the results come out!
    Cheers for that, it looks pretty promising!
 
 
 

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