Workers of the World Weekly: May 25, 2018

Workers of the World Weekly: May 25, 2018

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

Death in the Sun: Australia’s 88-Day Law Leaves Backpackers Exploited and Exposed
The 2017 death of Olivier Caramin joins a growing list of problems backpackers can face in rural jobs in Australia, including rape, harassment and underpayment. Anne Davies investigates for The Guardian.

25,000 British Tourism Jobs at Risk Post-Brexit, With the Ski Industry Most at Risk
Currently, as Britain remains part of the European Union, the UK tourism industry can employ British staff to work in places such as the French Alps under the European Single Market’s rules on free movement of labour. If and when Britain leaves the EU in 2019, new laws and regulations will be created that will make it costly or impossible for UK staff to carry out these roles.

How to Get a Job Teaching English in Bangkok
Kate and Kris give the lowdown on living and working in Bangkok.

The Day I was Involved in an Elephant Funeral
Sadie shares her experiences in Thailand where her love affair with volunteering began. She strongly recommend The Surin Project to anyone looking to spend time with elephants.

What an Internship Abroad is Really Like
Though ready to explore the world after graduation, The Ambitious Bee had plans to start her Bachelor degree and didn’t want to spend a whole year travelling . Instead, she decided to do a two month internship in London. stay. Thinking about doing an internship abroad yourself? Today’s post is all about what an internship abroad is really like – the truth and nothing but the truth!

11 Sites That Pay You for Your Photos (Up to $100 per Picture)
Are you a bit of a shutterbug? If so, you can actually make money selling your photos to stock image sites even as an amateur photographer.

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