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Croatia Agree Working Holiday Deal With New Zealand

CroatiaYouth from Croatia, up to 100 per year, will be able to study and work for one year in New Zealand after the Croatian government accepted the ‘Working Holiday’ proposal from the government of New Zealand on Thursday…

The Working Holiday programme will be a reciprocal agreement, and although jobs are scarce enough as it is for locals, New Zealanders will be able to study and work freely in Croatia for up to one year. Under the agreement, Croatian and New Zealand citizens – between 18 and 30 years of age – can freely study and work in each other’s country’s for up to one year. Workers will not be able to work for the same employer for more than 3 months under the agreement. The agreement will be signed in March.

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