Workers of the World Weekly: November 17, 2017

Workers of the World Weekly: November 17, 2017

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

How To Get Paid To Travel The World As A Tour Guide: An Interview With Josh Henry
As Adventure Guide your job description ranges from guide, to friend, driver, cook, nurse, medic, all around know-everything-guy. Josh says it is a lot to juggle and you have to manage people and a list of a million things to do everyday.

How To Start a Hostel Overseas
If you have dreams of opening your own hostel, Hannah’s interview with Mitch will give you a valuable insight into running a hostel overseas.

Here’s Why Everything You Thought You Knew About Volunteering Is Wrong
Steph Dyson gives her honest opinion on volunteering. She believes that when done correctly, it is incredibly positive, fulfilling for all involved, and will make a real difference.

Why Become a Surf Instructor?
There’s a little more to it than just going surfing every day, and it’s not for everyone, says Chris Bond, who nonetheless concedes working as a surf instructor has to be the best job in the world.

Gear Up to Travel the World as an AuPair
The Adventure List gives us useful advice on how to secure that ideal au pair placement.

Housesitting a Guide for Boomer Newbies
Daehder provides us with a comprehensive and detailed guide to house sitting.

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