Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: July 28, 2017

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

Carpe Dime
Leah advices potential travellers put off by a lack of funds to jump online and look at the thousands of websites containing international employment information such as Workaway or the Jobs Abroad Bulletin. We second that.

Low-Stress Income Perfect for a Thriving Tourist Town
Most days out of the month, John Marrero’s daily routine is up to him. As the publisher of The Swell Dealer, a newspaper for tourists and expats in Costa Rica, he sets his own schedule; keeping an eye on a business that doesn’t take up much of his time.

My Surprise Gap-Year Doing Helpx Work-Exchange
Rob gorges himself on pomegranates while working on a moringa farm in the Sonora desert near Tucson, Arizona, looks after a dog in Winston-Salem, helps around a house on Prince Edward Island, and works on a goat farm in Florida – all thanks to his membership of HelpX.

How to Volunteer at a Festival in New Zealand
If you love festivals but don’t love the price tag that comes with them, then volunteering for New Zealand festivals is for you. Those on a working holiday visa have the amazing opportunity to volunteer at festivals in New Zealand. Be part of New Zealand cultural events, gain skills for life, make new friends, and see incredible performances for free.

Lustleigh, Fingle and Hunters Tor
Devon resident Tigger the cat is looked after by Jo and Jon.

How To Get A Job Teaching English Overseas
Claire Kennedy answers some questions and provides some tips on teaching abroad.

For real and current vacancies for working abroad, visit the Jobs Abroad Bulletin.

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