Truth About Overseas Contracting – the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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Truth About Overseas Contracting – the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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The truth about overseas contracting? Most of us are in it for the money, though travel, adventure, and serving something bigger than ourselves are important as well. I mean, where else can you get paid to travel and fly in a helicopter to work? In this video we discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of working as an overseas contractor. We talk about the boredom, the bad food, the racism and prejudice, and of course missing family and the dangers.

Listen to the perspective of three experienced overseas contractors working in Bagram Afghanistan. Is this life for you? The money is great but it’s not an easy lifestyle. If you’d like to learn more please subscribe and check out my other videos detailing how to get a job overseas and about life in places like Antarctica, Afghanistan, the Marshall Islands and more.

This video was filmed with an iPhone Xs in Bargram Afghanistan. What we discussed here could just as easily apply to Iraq, Kuwait, Djibouti, or military bases in Korea, Japan, Europe, or just about anywhere.
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