Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: March 11, 2016

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

Working in Colombia: Dealing with Sexism
Though Harriet Marsden loves a great deal about Colombia, she feels compelled to write about the sexism she has experienced in the country while working as an English language assistant in a Colombian university.

I Was Sexually Assaulted While Studying Abroad
After finally opening up to a close friend Amarens Elise writes her personal and difficult story.

Top 5 Things Organizations Wish Volunteers Knew
It’s easy to find out what volunteers wish they knew before they went overseas. But did you ever wonder what the staff of volunteer sending organisations wish you knew?

So You Want to be a Travel Blogger, Do You?
Liz asks us to follow her down the rabbit hole into the mildly incestuous world of professional travel blogging.

Affording Travel Interview: How Dale and Franca Travel the World Full Time for 2 Years on $30,000
Deia examines the finances of Dale and Franca after they have been travelling for two years.

Ameson Year in China: A Review
Richelle, a guinea pig on the Ameson Year in China programme, assesses the interview, pre departure and her impressions so far.

English Teachers Abroad: Get your Side-Gig On!
Despite the nom de guerre Wealthy English Teacher, Jackie Bolan says you’re not going to get rich teaching English. Time to think of some ways to make money online in your free time.

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