Workers of the World Weekly: March 10, 2017

Workers of the World Weekly: March 10, 2017

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

Travel Jobs Around the World: Yacht Stewardess
A yacht stewardess is basically a server, bartender and glorified cleaning lady aboard megayachts, but it allowed Ana Powell to travel the world and get paid as she went.

Did I Make a Mistake Moving To Spain?
When a room full of Spanish school children stared at her with blank, non understanding faces, Sonja realised how tough it can be moving abroad.

Should I Get a TEFL Before I Teach Abroad?
Do you actually need a TEFL? Should you apply through a programme or just show up? How to avoid getting screwed over? These were some of the questions asked by Richelle just a few years ago but now she is able to provide the answers.

Life of an Au Pair: Personal Experiences
Rachel Pedreschi had never thought about being an au pair but, when money struggles set in and her life in Germany was not going as planned, she felt it was time to try something new.

Feeling the Urge to do Good Abroad? Here’s How Volunteer Agencies Are Taking Advantage
From disguising their true nature to making up work, Eric Hartman has beef with volunteer organisations.

Could House-Sitting Really Be The Ultimate Seller’s Market?
By identifying the needs of home owners, Andrew Rhodes and his wife approach house sitting like running a business.

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