If you are a recent high school or college graduate with a desire to travel, but don’t have the funds to do so, you may want to look into obtaining a working holiday visa.
As you know, traveling can be expensive with securing hotel stays, renting cars, etc., etc., and gaining residency has a lot of other rules to it including paying money, gaining sponsorship, filling out a whole slew of applications, committing to stay for an extended period of time, etc.
Working holiday visas, however, allow eligible U.S. citizens to go to specific countries legally for 6-12 months while you live and work in your chosen country. You will need to have a passport, medical insurance, and prove you have sufficient funds to stay in the country, and the amount varies depending on where you go.
At any rate, here are some of the top countries with working holiday visas that you might want to consider adding to your list.