Workers of the World Weekly: July 7, 2017

Workers of the World Weekly: July 7, 2017

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

Jobs for Travel Bloggers: Christine & Adam From Fins to Spurs
Since leaving Hawaii to travel, Christine and Adam have cleaned, cooked, taught, photographed, and danced to keep their trip going. Currently they stay on the road by working for a season with adventure tour companies.

Finding Work in the Netherlands 2; Bars and Hostels
Finding work in the Netherlands can be tough if you don’t speak Dutch, says Henry Stokes, but bars and hostels are some of the few places that don’t always require staff to speak the language.

How To Become a PADI Scuba Diving Instructor in Roatan
Antonio Cala likes diving, living next to the ocean, and being in the water, so getting paid to do that sounds too good to be true. First up though, he needed to take a diving instructor course.

Our Experience of Working in English Camps in Spain
Looking for a quick, easy and flexible way to earn money in Spain? Then working in English camps could be the answer, says Amy Blyth. She provides the lowdown on her experience, how to find a job, and how much money she earned.

Snakes, Scorpions, and Permaculture Farms
Flora Baker volunteers on a permaculture farm in Thailand and takes a picture of a rice husk covered mound of poo.

Why We Love House Sitting And Why We Do It!
Sarah and Nathan look after a house and five dogs in Mexico.

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