Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: August 19, 2015

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

Your Smartphone Photos Could Make You Instant Money
ABC News reports on people earning from an app.

Growing Weary of Travel
Taylor struggles with homesickness in Port Douglas in the midst of her second working year abroad.

Runaway Rendezvous With Morgan: An English Teacher In Korea
Runaway Guide Leif speaks with 22 year old Morgan of Denver, Colorado, who is paying off her debts and saving for her next trip while working in Korea.

White People with No Skill Sets Wanted in China
Yay, that’s me! No, hang on. This is bad. Morgan Hartley and Chris Walker spend their two and a half months travelling in China turning down job offers.

Living The Dream: No Fixed Address, Permanently House-Sitting
Nat and Jodie house-sit permanently, spending their life living in free accommodation, looking after other people’s pets and just travelling. They tell their story to Travel With Bender’s Erin and Josh.

How to Become a House Sitter and Travel the World for Longer
If we were to throw a ball randomly into a coffee shop filled with travel bloggers there’s a fair chance we would hit one writing a post about house sitting. Read this one though as Charlie and Luke know their home-cooked onions on the subject.

Volunteer Work: Who Gets the Cookies?
Dig beneath the superfluous pop ups and there’s an article about volunteer and organisation motivation.

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