Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: January 13, 2017

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

24 Teacher Travel Opportunities for Free or Super Cheap: A Great List!
Are you a teacher who wants to travel for free or very little money? Massachusetts teacher, Kim Young, shares the programmes that helped her to see the world, plus a few more she has researched.

TEFL: Who’s Selling To You? Do you know?
Teaching English as a Foreign Language is big business and a lot of people are making money working in some part of this field. Ian introduces the five major players.

The Ultimate Guide To Volunteer Travel
The combination of exploring a new destination and being able to help local people or causes is fulfilling and empowering, says Kiersten Rich, who delves into the ethics of volunteering, raising money, and which projects are right for us.

You Love The Animals, You Love The Poo – A Week On Safari!
Ashleigh cleans up wild animal droppings and has her photo taken with Thai policemen.

Housesitting 101
Jes Striker stumbles out of a strange but comfortable bed to begin her day feeding goats, chickens and dogs.

WWOOFing: The Good, the Bad, and the Downright Dirty
Alison Karlene says you are barking up the wrong tree if WWOOFing makes you think of puppies.

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