Workers of the World Weekly: January 08, 2016

Workers of the World Weekly: January 08, 2016

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

Volunteering in a Boutique Hotel in Andalusia, Spain
Els volunteers abroad for the first time, helping out in a hotel run by a British couple.

The Time I Worked for $9 a Day and it Was All I Needed…
Kate from the States gets 300 Baht, a meal and free drinks for standing outside a Koh Phi Phi bar and flyering the beach.

8 Reasons to Teach in Spain as an Auxiliar de Conversación
Though she says the programme is far from perfect, Kirstie Jeffries recommends working as a language and culture assistant as a great way to experience Spain, live as an expat abroad, and have the adventure of a lifetime.

My Kindergarten Teaching Experience in China
Having been there, done that, Agness Walewinder thought teaching in China would no longer present a challenge but after she realised she was
missing Chinese schools and students she discovered her adventure had just begun when she returned to teach kindergarten kids.

Live and Work in Paradise
Known for its luxury resorts and high-end restaurants Port Douglas, Australia, may not sound like the ideal backpacker destination, says Bobbi Lee Hitchon, but it sure makes a wonderful choice for twenty something working holidaymakers looking to find a job.

WWOOF France: How Americans Can Live in France
New Yorker Lauren Krzyzostaniak discovers working on organic farms is an alternative to teaching as a way to live abroad.

5 Things That Might Surprise You about Studying Abroad in Japan
So you’ve done your research and think you’re prepared to study abroad in Japan. No culture shock for you, right? Not so fast, says Candice MacAulay, there are still a few things that might surprise you.

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