Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: May 4, 2018

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

What 5 Months On the Road Looks Like: My Second Season Tour Leading & What’s New
One trip can feel like the best ever, with the most fantastic, enthusiastic group of people. The next can feel like you’re doing everything wrong and everyone is hating the experience (and you). Jessica Wray gives an insight into the life of a tour guide which can be both rewarding and frustrating.

Working Holiday in New Zealand: 5 Easy Steps to Getting Settled + Finding Employment
If you would like to work in New Zealand Tiffany Owens offers practical and useful advice.

JET Program: How to Teach English in Japan
The JET Programme places about 4,000 teachers from 40 different countries throughout Japan each year. Erick Widman tells us what to expect from the programme.

New Teacher Tales – Angela
In her blog, Angela, who is originally from the Philippines and now teaches in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, talks to us about how she started teaching English and her current multi-role job.

Lindsey’s Story
While working for the summer in Montpellier, France, American au pair Lindsey forgets she needs a passport to visit her friend in Spain.

Ways To Volunteer While Traveling
When it comes to Volunteering, Sara Wheeler advocates ‘grassroots’ activities. Anything from picking up litter on a beach in Cambodia to walking dogs at an animal sanctuary in Ko Lanta. She says it doesn’t need to be a costly package tour or be the purpose of your trip. Volunteering is a bonus activity that deeply enriches your travels.

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