Workers of the World Weekly: March 31, 2017

Workers of the World Weekly: March 31, 2017

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

The Refugee Crisis: Volunteering in the Calais Warehouse
Ever since the body of three year old Aylan Kurdi washed up on a Turkish beach, Flora had been planning to volunteer within the chaos that is the refugee crisis.

Home and Away: a Guide to Moving to Australia for Work
Australia is by far the most popular expat destination for Brits but navigating visas and finding work can be tricky. Liam Kelly has some top tips for getting your dream job abroad.

Interview #11: Traveling Yoga Teacher – Marina De Lima
Learn more about Marina’s experience leading retreats in places like Bali, and how she copes with being away from home for an extended period of time.

TAPIF Teaching Assistant Program IN France: How I Was Paid to Live in France for a Year
After a short visit in 2009, moving to France was the ultimate dream of Francesca’s early 20s, and one she fulfilled by working as a teaching assistant in a town near Paris.

Five Things to Ask Yourself Before Becoming an Au Pair
Au pairing is a life changing move that requires preparation, says this Canadian who fled to Paris to work as an au pair straight after graduation.

The Wide World of Gap Years
Thinking Beyond Borders’ guide is aimed at helping Americans choose the best gap year option for them.

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