Workers of the World Weekly: September 1, 2017

Workers of the World Weekly: September 1, 2017

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

Interviews with English Teachers in Vietnam
Emma and Loes tell Amy Blyth about their lives in Hanoi, including their teaching highs and lows, pay rates, living costs, visas and teaching English if you’re from a non English speaking country.

Guide to Working in France
All you need to know about working in France from the slant of working as a ski instructor.

24 Jobs to Do While Traveling the World
Jema comes up with two dozen suggestions for jobs that require a location commitment and jobs that can be done from almost anywhere.

Q&A: An African Love Affair
En route to see family in Australia 84 year old Eric Weller saw an advert in an in-flight magazine about volunteering with lion cubs in South Africa and booked the trip on returning to the UK. Meera Dattani finds out what he loves about volunteering and all about his Africa experiences.

Guatemala: Volunteering in Xecam
Tyrel Nelson and Team Leader Ernie discuss chickens with women from poor Mayan families in Central America.

Luxury House Sitting – Basic Swimming Pool Chemistry
Do you ever dream about house sitting a beautiful luxury property with a swimming pool? A pool is a huge investment for the home owner and, after pets, is often the main reason swimming pool owners will employ the services of a house sitter, says Ian Usher, so knowing how to maintain one will increase your chances of landing such a house sitting position.

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