Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: June 30, 2017

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

A Winter Ski Season as a Waiter in St. Johann-in-Tirol, Austria
Matt commutes to work – a slopeside lodge and restaurant – in a gondola.

Girls Who Ski | Why Are There So Few Top Female Ski Instructors?
Just 15 per cent of the top British ski instructors are women. So why is there such a discrepancy between men and women when it comes to making it to the top? Nina Zietman investigates.

10 Lessons You’ll Only Learn When Working in a Hostel
Working in a hostel has its own rules and lessons to learn, which you can figure out for yourself or get a sneak preview by reading this list.

How to Get Your NIE in Spain
A ‘Foreigner Registration Number, or NIE, is a tricky document to get, but it is vital for finding work, housing, and opening a bank account in Spain. Amy Blyth explains how to get one.

Hannah Griffiths is an Inspiration For All “Rookie” Stewardesses
Kylie O’Brien interviews a 23 year old who has been working on a superyacht for three months.

How to Escape: Tips and Sites For Working or Volunteering Abroad
If you dream of swapping the nine to five for more fulfilling work overseas, take a look at these courses and sharing websites that could see you teaching, farming, or looking after a millionaire’s pad, for free.

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

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