Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: July 22, 2015

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

15 Must-Know Spanish Expressions for Auxiliares in Spain
In theory auxiliaries are supposed to speak only English in the school but will still need to get a grip on common terms you’ll encounter in a Spanish school.

My Review of Spain’s North American Language and Culture Assistant Program
Nine months of speaking Spanish and being immersed in Spanish culture turned out to be one of the best years of Trevor Huxham’s life.

Meet Eric: Int’l Housesitter, Yogi, and Animal Lover
Susan Shain quizzes Eric Brown on his seasonal jobs, ranging from gardening to taking care of horses, alpacas, sheep, chickens, dogs and cats, part time at a yoga studio, and working as a brand ambassador for various companies.

Digital Nomads: How to Travel the World Without Quitting Your Job
Lonely Planet present a few examples of people who have left their home country and brought their job to a different location – or created a new business along the way.

I Quit my Day Job
Stephen Bugno takes a step on the road to financing his travels through his writing.

Work Exchange Tips: When Work Exchange Goes Wrong
Lash pays her way through Australasia with a succession of work exchanges. Most of them were good, but two not so much.

What is a Yoga Teacher Training in India Like?
After completing 200 hours of yoga teacher training in Rishikesh, India, Ashley tells us about her typical day and the costs and logistics of the course.

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