Eager to break free from their routine and “leave the gloomy atmosphere” that prevailed in France after the Covid-19 pandemic, Damien and his companion decided, after their resignation, to emigrate as part of a PVT (Working Holiday or Permit Program). The result: the couple now work on a farm in Western Australia.
Mission in full autonomy
“There are only two of us, and the owners trust us completely,” Damian exults. They tell us what we need to do for the week and we do it. They trained us for a few months, and now we know how to perfectly take care of the entire farm! It can pass through picking, tree maintenance, green space maintenance, etc. “.
“We told ourselves we were going to learn a new language, but above all we worked to save as much money as possible. We get paid at least A$5,000 a month for a 50-hour work week,” the young man specifies. Even with broken English, what It will be taken into account is your ability to understand and work … but hard, very hard, and a lot. “.
This article was produced by Brut and hosted by 20 Minutes.