Workers of the World Weekly: July 15, 2016

Workers of the World Weekly: July 15, 2016

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

Will Write For Money: How Freelancing Can Support Your Travels
These days, if you enjoy writing, you can find paid work writing for websites to support your travels, say Nick and Dariece.

The Ultimate Guide to The Australian Working Holiday Visa and Why to Go NOW!
Nina Ragusa shares everything she wanted to know about this visa, how to get it, everything she learned from getting it, and what drama is happening around this visa.

Teaching English in Mongolia: Andrew
Za, saihan unshaarai, or happy reading, says Andrew Mobbs, a Peace Corps volunteer answering questions on teaching in Mankhan.

When You Should Look For Teaching Jobs in Chiang Mai, Thailand
Amy Lou advises that It can really help your job search if you come at a time when lots of schools are looking for new teachers.

Thailand: 5 Ways to Assure a Job as a Black Teacher
Though Mike’s advice is aimed at prospective black teachers his recommendations apply regardless of race or gender.

10 Non-icky Ways to Make Money Blogging
Some of the ways to make money online just sound icky to Regina, who instead suggests these non sleazeball ways to earn a living through your blog.

Why You Should do Workaway in Spain
In a bit of a financial pickle before her new job in Madrid began, Liz found a work exchange with a hostel in Santiago de Compostela.

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