Workers of the World Weekly: October 13, 2017

Workers of the World Weekly: October 13, 2017

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

How to Work and Travel as a Dive Guide
Prue and Becks have managed to stay afloat whilst remaining physically submerged by working as dive professionals in Tanzania, Indonesia, Thailand and Australia.

Get the Inside Scoop on Cruise Ship Working
Working on a cruise ship sounds fun and exciting, right? Well, it can be, says Krista, who gives the pros but doesn’t sugarcoat the cons to the job.

Want to Teach English Abroad? The Best Resource You Need to Know About!
Steph highly recommends that you become a member of the International Teachers Association (ITA) if you intend to teach English abroad.

Teaching English in Brussels, Belgium – A TEFL Teacher’s Story
Victoria Hebden gives an insight into life as a teacher in Brussels.

Summer Camp Packing Guide
Anny’s Adventures Blog helps with the question of what to pack for summer camp.

3 Ways Volunteers Can Maximize Their Impact During Disasters
James Chiq reveals three ways in which we can help most when disasters happen.

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