Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: June 8, 2018

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

Life and Death on a Superyacht: ‘If Something Goes Wrong, They Can Just Raise the Anchor and Leave’
Crewing can seem a glamour filled job. But at least three young Brits have lost their lives, as Rupert Neate reports.

The Great Debate: Native English Speakers versus Non-native English Speakers
There is an ongoing debate about whether non native English speakers are able to effectively teach English, or whether it is an area of teaching that should be left to the so called experts… native English speakers.

Why Co-Working Spaces Are Not Actually That Great
Co-working spaces are achingly hip at the moment , says Tim Grassin,  but are they really such a great place to work?

Why I’m Volunteering with Monks in Burma
Emailing across language barriers with a travelling monk isn’t easy but eventually Kaelyn Lynch is invited to live in a monastic school, in a small farming village, to teach English and environmental education classes.

Travel Nursing: A Look Into The Ultimate Adventure Job
Looking for an opportunity to get into travel nursing work? Whether it’s to start your career or work part time as a retired nurse, Alicia Honeycutt presents this investigative post to satisfy your curiosity.

How To Maintain a Great Work-Life-Balance in Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai is the largest city in Northern Thailand and has become a popular place for digital nomads. With its cool climate, clean air, and picturesque scenery, it’s not hard to see why it attracts people from all over the globe. But with all its distractions how easy is it to get work done and enjoy quality of life at the same time? asks Cal Bailey.

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