Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: August 26, 2016

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

Ski Season Assessment Day – What to Expect?
You’ve applied to be a ski rep, chalet host, driver or one of a range of other ski season jobs and have been invited to an assessment day to show your potential employer what you’re made of. Poi and Kirsty, who have been through the whole recruitment process, share what happens next.

Why Did I Leave a Good Thing in Korea?
When a colleague returns from a two year hiatus in Argentina Tom Gates realises how long he has spent teaching in South Korea and decides it is time for a change.

Finding a Teaching Job in The UAE is Easier Than You Think
Despite being told how difficult it is to find a teaching job in the UAE, Chris Appleford finds landing a job in the Gulf state is a relative breeze.

5 Reasons Not to Teach English Abroad
From hating on children to unreliable adult students, Tom outlines some of the downsides to teaching overseas.

Teach English in Taiwan Interview with Carrie Kellenberger
The co-owner of an international teacher recruitment agency answers questions on her own teaching experiences.

Living in Grenada: House Sitting and Our Need For a Home Base
Chirping birds, noisy seawater and fidgety lizards interrupt a travel blogger’s typing. And that stupid beautiful view isn’t helping either.

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