Volunteer work in Thailand rewarding

Conor O’Sullivan graduated just over a year ago with a degree in electronic engineering, but quickly realised that jobs in this field were extremely thin on the ground.

17th July, 2010

Conor O’Sullivan graduated just over a year ago with a degree in electronic engineering, but quickly realised that jobs in this field were extremely thin on the ground.

The then 22year-old Corkman spent a while looking for work and doing casual jobs, before he decided that volunteer work overseas might be a good option.

His friend was already in Ecuador in South America working for an animal shelter organisation, but O’Sullivan had no...

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