Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: January 20, 2017

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

A 31-Year-Old Who’s Been Traveling The World For 5 Years Explains How She Affords it
Five years after leaving the US, Nina Ragusa has only been home twice. Business Insider’s Libby Kane finds out how she does it.

What You Need To Know About the Job Market for Teaching English in Europe
Planning to teach English in Europe but don’t know in which country? Trisha Velarmino presents information to help you to decide.

What It’s Like to Live in a Rural Korean Village
Drew Binsky takes us on a tour around Jinsarim where he lived and worked as an English teacher in a school situated in the middle of rice fields.

High School Exchange in Germany: An Unforgettable Experience
Meghan Fatzinger counts her time as a high school exchange student in Germany as one of the best times in her life. The former participant of the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (CBYX) program credits the experience not only with helping her master German but also setting her on the path to be a lifelong world traveller.

Crazy Cat Lady in Training: Pet Sitting on the Road
After hearing her rant about how she wanted a cat of her own, one of Richelle’s Beijing coworkers asked her to watch over a one year old fluff ball named Richard.

WWOOFing, a First-Timer’s Guide
Sophie Saint had to undergo WWOOFing in order to get her second year working visa but saw a whole different side to rural Australia that wouldn’t have been possible if it hadn’t been for the scheme.

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