Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: February 3, 2017

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

How I’ve Lived and Traveled Around the World for Four Years Without Going Broke – Part I
Alana Morgan details how she worked hard and saved up for her trip to Thailand, where she taught English and continued to not spend unnecessarily.

How I’ve Lived and Traveled Around the World for Four Years Without Going Broke – Part II
After giving up teaching English Alana Morgan helped out in her Thai boyfriend’s tattoo shop, earned $3 a day responding to sales queries for a Chiang Mai company, and began to make inroads into freelance writing.

How NOT to Apply for a Cool Job in Travel
When she needed to recruit for a content and social media specialist some shocking applications taught Victoria Philpott what not to do when applying for a job in travel.

How to Walk a Bear
Before you slip into your rubber boots and plunge head first into the jungle to walk your first bear, perhaps it might be best to check out Andrew’s survival tips.

Grown-Up English: LOL Moments With ESL Students
Cassandra learns one of her students is motivated to learn English from the need to expand her underwear collection.

Toronto Veg Food Fest: My Experiences as a Volunteer and Visitor
After attending the Toronto Veg Food Fest for a few years Lauren decided that it was about time she volunteered for the event.

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