Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: July 21, 2017

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

A Night In Paris’ Shakespeare & Co Bookshop
When American wanderer George Whitman opened Shakespeare and Company in 1951 he started letting readers, writers, students, artists and weary travellers sleep among the book stacks in exchange for a few hours work. This practice, known as tumbleweeding, continues today. Melissa Wellham is one such tumbleweed.

How to Teach English in Spain
Want to live in Spain, enjoy a laid back lifestyle and eat tonnes of tapas? Then teaching English could be just the way to achieve that dream. So say Amy and Andrew, who moved to Spain at the beginning of 2016 to look for teaching jobs in Madrid and ended up working in English immersion camps.

How To Make Money and Travel The World As A Grape Harvester On Vineyards
After tasting wines during their first visit to Tasmania, Rob Stiles and wife Kari were invited to come back and work at the vineyard during the upcoming harvest season.

How to Travel the World as a Personal Trainer
Partly inspired by The Working Traveller, Andy Smith eventually ended up in Australia working for a personal training academy. Here he shares his advice on things to be ready for and the types of jobs available to the travelling personal trainer.

Volunteering In Italy (Abruzzo) And Learning Raw Earth Construction
Davide and Otilia volunteer on a construction project, working with natural materials collected in the surrounding area.

An Interview with Super Yacht Chief Stewardess Angela Orecchio
A superyacht chief stewardess teaches us how to get our ‘yachtie glow’ on.

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