Workers of the World Weekly: July 15, 2015

Workers of the World Weekly: July 15, 2015

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

The American’s Guide to Working Holiday Visas
Young Americans can work in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Korea and Singapore. Here’s how.

Is Teaching With EPIK in South Korea Really Teaching?
Despite it being an amazing opportunity, Mia says look somewhere other than EPIK if you want to develop yourself as a teaching professional.

14 Ways to Get On With Your Thai Colleagues at School
Read these tips to smooth the way into making meaningful, lasting relationships and friendships.

Teaching English in Spain: UCETAM FAQ
Amelie gets several emails a week asking similar questions about the programme she went through to teach English in Spain, so she puts the answers on her blog.

Tigres Jungle Bootcamp
While volunteering in Bolivia with Comunidad Inti Wara Yassi, Chelsea develops a bond with a leopard so strong she thinks about buying land in the country.

The Changing Relationship Between Travel Brands and Instagram Influencers
Online personalities often have hundreds of thousands of followers across several channels, highly engaged audiences that “Like,” comment and share their posts, and are willing to share photos and stories of a destination for a free trip and, increasingly, cash.

Beginner’s Guide to Housesitting: Why Housesit?
The benefits of housesitting are numerous and lend themselves to many more. Jessica Korteman provides her top seven.

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