Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: November 25, 2015

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

The Do’s and Don’ts of Sponsored Travel
Raphael provides a peek behind the travel blogging curtain in a jauntily written post sharing his tips on working with brands.

How We Chose Where to Teach English in Asia
Should they select a country they’d been to and loved, or go for somewhere completely new? Amy and Andrew get extra marks for sharing their working out.

The Ultimate Guide to Teaching English in Brazil
We’ve shared countless posts on teaching in Thailand, China and other popular TEFL destinations here, but what if you want to work in Brazil? That’s where Hannah comes in with her guide to securing a job in the country, from approaching schools to negotiating the fine details.

Day to Day at the Safari Park
Tom feeds baby lions and cleans up monkey poo. Just an average day when volunteering at a safari park in Thailand.

How I Built a Startup While Traveling to 20 Countries
Jay Meistrich tells the readers of Entrepreneur that travelling is cheaper, more productive, and more inspiring than staying at home.

29 Fantastic Writing Conferences for Authors, Bloggers and Freelancers
This one is for American writers ready to connect with literary agents, editors and other writers at conferences.

Studying Abroad in Madrid: A Five-Year Retrospective
Kirstie Jeffries looks back on her feelings and experiences during her year in Spain, including stressing about surprisingly challenging classes, pining over boys back home , finding comfort in McDonald’s ice cream cones, forming inseparable bonds, gaining unprecedented confidence and becoming a real Spanish speaker.

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