Workers of the World Weekly

Workers of the World Weekly: October 28, 2016

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

The Ultimate Guide to The Australian Working Holiday Visa and Why to Go NOW!
If you haven’t been thinking of getting an Australian Working Holiday visa maybe Nina Ragusa’s guide will change your mind.

Why I Love My Job as an Adventure Tour Leader
Despite working 12 hour days and living out of a van for half the year, Jessica Wray thinks being a tour leader is hands down one of the best summer jobs out there.

Teaching Halloween in Indonesia: A “Spook-tacular” Way to Encourage Cultural Exchange
Though some of the more conservative staff and teachers looked aghast upon this “un-Islamic” holiday, with its celebration of demons and witches, teaching her students about Halloween has been Anna Cabe’s favourite lesson during her first year teaching in Sumatra.

Real Life: The Journey So Far
Prue and Becks stumble upon two barista jobs in a little pink ice cream shop in the heart of Auckland. Four shifts later they are managing the place and in charge of a staff of ten.

The Guide to ‘Doing a Season’ in Whistler
Though it has been a while since Jon did his season, this guide to the Canadian ski resort still has some useful information.

Getting Started With Housesitting: Tips We’ve Learned from 3 Years of Housesitting
Katie Matthews writes a post about all our best house sitting tips.

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