Workers of the World Weekly: March 2, 2018

Workers of the World Weekly: March 2, 2018

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

Cruise Ship Work: The Secret to Not Going Overboard
Working on a cruise ship means long hours, late nights and its own kind of party culture. Ashley Ann Mentley guides us on how to stay on the deck and out of the infirmary.

Learn to Teach Yoga in Spanish
Finding yoga volunteering jobs in Costa Rica is incredibly easy, says Adi, who could easily have stayed there for a year or longer if she wanted to, working in the most beautiful spots around the country.

The Making of a Lifelong Working Holiday
Lauren Fitzpatrick takes us back to 2003 when she landed in Dublin with an enormous suitcase (even without packing her rollerblades) and a copy of the Lonely Planet Ireland, completely unprepared for her Working Holiday Visa experience in the Motherland.

Setting Up Your Life in Australia on a Working Holiday Visa: An Arrival Checklist
Arriving in Australia on a Working Holiday Visa, there are a few things to consider first before even beginning to look for a job. Katie helps us tick things off the list and get through the first few days in a new country.

My Working Holiday: Jade from All That Happens
Jade from All That Happens and the UK took a Working Holiday Visa in Australia after eight months travelling around Asia. Kat finds out more.

Before You Teach English Abroad, Ask Yourself These 10 Questions
Teaching English abroad is a popular choice for both those young and old. Whether it be for a gap year, to help fund travel, or a step before retiring, teaching English abroad can be extremely beneficial. But before we decide to make the big step and invest in a TEFL certificate, Taylor has a few questions to ask ourselves.

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