I've had a lot of issues in my life, but I've always wanted to live in England. Now happens to be the perfect time to get away, but I need help. I really have no idea how to get a work visa without having a job lined up for me, but I NEED to go. There is nothing here for me anymore, sadly. So I will now take the liberty to list my job experience and hobbies/interests.
Work: Cashier at Shaw's: I have two years of experience working closely with customers and knowing the layout of the grocer's shop, and spending long hours on my feet. Packing at W.A. Bean and Sons: Four years experience packaging food products, sanitizing work surfaces, doing heavy lifting (over 22.6kg), working longer hours on my feet, and working in the cold (0*C).
I have learnt many of the British versions of American words so people may better understand me, and I do know most of the metric system because of my extensive experience with studying chemistry. I do have some university education, though none of my credit will count when I switch countries.
Hobbies: Singing, hiking, camping, wilderness survival training, whitewater rafting and canoeing, acryllic painting, curtain-making, fixing cars, working on other engines, wood crafting (building benches and such), welding, gardening, organic gardening, organic lifestyles, making tinctures for medicines, studying chemistry, graphic design, 3D animation work, home improvement projects, taking care of animals, playing a wide variety of video games, and listening to music (not pirated). I think that just about covers it.
Any wooded area, ocean, river, or mountain setting; the downtown area of any city; home with a cup of tea; Boston, MA, USA