Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: June 15, 2018

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

The Great and Not-so-Great of Work Exchanges and Voluntourism
Trent Matthews wakes to bird song and wriggles out of a snug sleeping bag to a view of the Himalayan mountain range. This is life when volunteering and a similar scenario is attainable anywhere in the world but there are some less great moments too.

The 20 Best Jobs for People Who Love to Travel
If you have endless wanderlust, you can get the best of both worlds by getting a job that requires you to travel. There are even jobs that will pay for you to see the world. It’s a win win, really. Here are 20 of the best jobs for people who love to travel.

What You Need To Know About Teaching English in Thailand
“How are you able to do such a thing, Lauren?” “Is going to Thailand worth it?” “How can I teach abroad? I fucking hate my job.” These are just some of the questions asked of Lauren Melnick, who presents this guide for her fellow South Africans.

13 Ways to be a Better Online ESL Teacher
The ESL industry has embraced internet learning, and teaching ESL online is a booming business, but Chris and Rachael reveal some companies are having to let go dozens of teachers due to unprofessional behaviour such as eating and laying in bed while delivering lessons. Here’s some simple things to do to be a better teacher and not get fired.

The Top 20 Business Smartphone Apps for Entrepreneurs
There are 20 business apps Richard Lazazzera keeps on his phone to stay sane and manage his online businesses while on the go.

Getting Bulgarian Tax Residency for Digital Nomads
Elena, Uwe and Matthias are building a coworking space in Bansko, a mountain resort in Bulgaria. This is their story.

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