Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: November 25, 2016

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

I Became a Mural Artist in Vientiane, Laos
After painting an elephant on a wall in exchange for bed, board and beer, Kristin impresses the owner of her hostel and gets paid to keep painting.

How to Find a Job as an English Teacher in China
Vanessa Anderson goes to town with this 10,000 word piece covering everything you will need to know about teaching in China.

The Truth About Teaching English In China
As someone who was nearly deported from the country Vanessa Elizabeth has seen the good, the bad, and the downright illegal while teaching in China.

Working Holiday in New Zealand: 5 Easy Steps to Getting Settled + Finding Employment
Before he could start exploring the country, Nathan Anderson had some work to do getting settled in New Zealand.

Study Abroad And Travel Tips From Bloggers
Two months away from getting on a plane to study in Germany Jenni asks bloggers for their advice.

Rugby World Cup 2015 Volunteer: The Pack Training
Nicola Lazenby begins her training in Milton Keynes as one of the 6,000 volunteers recruited to work at the Rugby World Cup.

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