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\'I\'d been living in Turkey for a number of years and, as an Australian, it was inevitable that I ended up working with Australians coming over to Gallipoli for Anzac day.\'
Retrenchment, redundancy and recession are the three buzzwords that have thrown the \'work–life\' balance, which we have been enjoying over the prosperous last decade, off its throne.
A huge salary package, a multi-million dollar beach house and a job description to have fun. Is this the best job in the world?
Fruit-picking is the backpacker’s rite of passage. It’s hard, sweaty work and is not highly paid, but under the right circumstances it can be a fun and quintessential part of the Australian working holiday experience.