Workers of the World Weekly: July 29, 2015

Workers of the World Weekly: July 29, 2015

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

One Door Closes – The End of my Time With Oi Vietnam
Adam Robert Young presents his highlights reel from his time working as staff photographer for a magazine in Vietnam.

11 Things People do When They go to Australia on a Work Visa
Caroline Eubanks drinks a lot of cheap wine.

Making It As An English Teacher In Japan
Becky Wood spent over eight months teaching English in Japan at three very different establishments: a high school, corporate language school, and an advanced conversation class.

Debunking 5 Myths about Teaching English in Taiwan
It’s cheap, it’s not China and teaching children under the age of five is actually illegal, says Charlie Marchant.

Earning Abroad: Doing Farm Work in Australia
Alex introduces Freya Ashton, her super girly, pint-sized friend who worked two seasons picking vegetables in Australia.

Our Tips To Cheap Local Living with Housesitting
Dale and Franca have told plenty of their house sitting stories in this column, so it’s about time they share their tips.

Communication FTW! A Week of English Volunteering in the Black Forest
A Kiwi saves some money by volunteering at an immersive conversational English language programme in Germany.

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