Workers of the World Weekly: August 25, 2017

Workers of the World Weekly: August 25, 2017

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

Dayworking and Beach Lounging in the South of France
Our favourite Euroslacker comes up with a vague plan to serve champagne to the rich and famous on superyachts in Monaco, Cannes, and Antibes, and retire after a month to afford his own yacht. This didn’t quite happen but he does get to spend 25 days on the beach.

Backbreaking Grape Picking in France: You Can Do It!
Just back from the vineyards of Bourgogne, 18 year old French student Diane Robert recounts her first vendanges experience.

What It’s Like As A Peace Corps Volunteer
All over the world you can find US volunteers with the Peace Corps. Jonny interviews four he found in Kyrgyzstan when he attended the World Nomad Games.

Volunteering in Vietnam: Teaching with Sapa O’Chau
Natasha teaches a basic financial literacy course to young girls from northern Vietnam’s Black Hmong community.

How I Found A Job in Iceland // Plus Tips For Finding A Job Abroad!
American expat Kaelene describes what she does in Iceland and how she found a job.

Backpacking Chemist Threatened “I’ll Break Your F…Ing Arms”
A UK backpacker is abused when working in an orchard in Queensland, Australia.

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