Workers of the World Weekly: November 11, 2015

Workers of the World Weekly: November 11, 2015

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

Teaching English in Vietnam – Pay, Visas and Finding a Job
A number of factors determined where Amy and Andrew would decide where to teach in Asia. In the end they plumped for Vietnam and present a handy post to help those that come to the same conclusion.

Island Girl Working on Commission…
Canadian Captain Bob gives Kate from the States a job in Thailand. Alongside a Finn and two Brazilians she earns a commission selling booze cruises on Koh Phi Phi.

Teaching English in Thailand – How we Party at my School!
Joanna celebrates New Year with her Thai co-workers.

Live Abroad for Free, With a Little Elbow Grease
Mashable helps get the word out on Workaway, speaking to founder David Milward and also getting the point of view of a hostel in Cape Town that uses the service to recruit volunteers.

10 Lies You Tell Yourself When you Come to Canada on a Work Visa
Niall Cobert gets told off in the comments of this Matador post for flippantly mentioning marrying a Canadian.

The Art of Pitching to Travel Brands and PR
Imagine getting paid to travel, jetsetting around the world, representing brands, properties, tours, cities or even provinces for free. That’s the dream right? But getting there is a whole other story, writes Will Tang.

Interview: Don George on Travel Writing, Blogging & “Working for Exposure”
Green Global Travel’s Bret and Mary invite us to settle into a comfy chair for a conversation with the coolest travel editor you will ever meet.

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