Workers of the World Weekly: July 22, 2016

Workers of the World Weekly: July 22, 2016

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

Study Chinese in China for a Year…For Free!
These days studying Chinese in China is like the new Macarena – everyone is doing it – says Bren, who has found ways to not only do it for free, but even get paid too.

Australia Working Holiday Visa Guide
There are lots of backpacker jobs in Australia, says Tom, so finding a job is not too difficult and if you’re persistent you’ll find work easily.

50 Cool Travel Jobs For Filipino Travellers
Kach Medina gives half a hundred ways for Filipinos to sustain their lives even while travelling.

Make a Living Writing From the Road: Tips for Working While Traveling
Steve Gillman realised his usual routine was broken when he first tried to write while travelling. Eventually he figured it out and shares his tips here.

How to Sail Around The World For Free: Five Ways to Live The Dream
Imagine if your commute to work was as easy as stepping onto a sun drenched yacht. Sheena McKenzie presents her five tips for living the yachting lifestyle without the luxury price tag.

Ultimate Digital Nomad Guide to Lebanon
It’s unlikely Lebanon pops first into your mind when considering the digital nomad lifestyle but this fascinating country has lots to offer. Adil Gherib offers advice from co-working spaces to making sure to get an apartment with a generator to cope with the three hour daily power cuts.

6 Things You Should Know About Volunteering With Your Children Abroad
With preparation, and a whole lot of patience, volunteering abroad with your children is not only possible, but it will be something your children will not soon forget and an undertaking that you, as a parent, will not regret, says Jennifer Bangoura.

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