Workers of the World Weekly: June 23, 2017

Workers of the World Weekly: June 23, 2017

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

Pub Crawl Jobs in Europe
Working on a pub crawl in Europe is a wild ride of drinking, dancing and meeting people and getting paid to do it, says Matt, who also advices us to mentally prepare ourselves for the hangovers and lots and lots of sex fun.

Travel Jobs Around the World: Ski Chalet Host
Ana Powell writes on how to get a job as a ski chalet host, including where the jobs can be found and the qualifications needed.

My Week as a Pai-rate: Working at a Hostel With Workaway.com & How You Can Travel For Free
A $30 one year subscription to a work exchange website led Tina to a hostel job in Pai, a hippie town two hours from Chiang Mai.

Teaching English in Thailand; My Experience Living and Teaching in Chiang Mai
He may have made a million from his blog but back in the day Johnny Ward made ends meet Teaching English in Thailand.

Ask A Keeper: MARLA – Team Leader of Big Cat Garden
Though we stay in Thailand, we move from teaching people to big cats.

How to Volunteer at a Music Festival
Volunteering at a music, film or art festival can mean getting free tickets, discounts or crew perks, as well as gaining an insight into how major events are put together, writes Will Coldwell.

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

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