Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: August 18, 2017

Articles and posts by or about travellers working their way around the world

How to Find Work Abroad Jobs Online & Travel The World
Christine West and Adam Maire present their guide on how to locate and contact jobs that will help you have more immersive, unique travel experiences while exploring your next favourite destination on a budget.

The Crazy Time We Were Working For Gypsies!
After answering a Gumtree advert, Tom and Will build dodgy driveways for prizefighting gypsies in Christchurch.

Thailand: Saving Dogs from Becoming Dinner
At the Soi Dog Foundation, in Phuket, volunteers help save man’s best friends. Chantal Briere and husband Bob are two volunteers helping to care for Bangkok Bob, Danish, and other dogs rescued from the dog meat trade in Southeast Asia.

How to Work and Travel Around the World
In 2012, Stephanie Be bought a one way ticket to Australia to take a gap year, then travelled around the world working remotely in marketing before starting her own business. She draws on her own experiences and those of her friends to present this guide to working abroad.

Teaching English in Hanoi: What It’s Really Like
Here’s a thing or two about life as a teacher in Vietnam’s capital.

Picking Seasons in New Zealand
A great way to fund your travels and see the countryside is by doing some fruit and veggie picking work, with jobs able to be picked up at short notice.

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