Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: August 19, 2016

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

How To Find a Job Working at a Hostel
Having had enough of teaching English and staying in one place Ali Jennings asks the owners of a Polish hostel if she can work for them for a few months.

Doing a Ski Season: The Highs And Lows
Doing a ski season for most people is all about getting in a lot of skiing that would otherwise be too expensive. For others it can be a fun way to fill the winter months of a gap year, meet new people or a chance to explore different career options. Either way Robert Harneis presents his guide to getting a job on the slopes.

Boat Party Day, First Day
Louise Doe works for a photographer in Malia, Greece.

Why I Gave Up a $95,000 Job to Move to an Island and Scoop Ice Cream
Noelle Hancock dismantled her life in New York and headed to a place where chickens get in her shower.

How to Find a Job And Get Your NIE Number in Barcelona!
Runaway Jane passes on some of the things she has learned during the settling in phase of her move to Spain.

How to Teach English to Little Kids
Richelle gets Chinese five year olds to sit still.

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