Workers of the World Weekly: September 9, 2016

Workers of the World Weekly: September 9, 2016

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

Month 1 Update: Tour Leader Training with AmeriCan Adventures
Once she finds the time from working 15 hours a day making sure her tour groups have the best time possible, Jessica Wray documents the process of becoming a tour leader in the US.

Why We Quit Our Jobs In Advertising To Scrub Toilets
Don’t let the bank of gorgeous photography fool you, Chanel and Stevo’s lives are far dirtier and smellier since they left Johannesburg to became toilet cleaners, dog poop scoopers, grocery store merchandisers, and rock shovellers.

The Ultimate Intro Guide for Teaching English Abroad
Nina Ragusa shares the ungodly amount of research she has done since first wanting to become an ESL teacher abroad.

The Big News – I’m Filming A Travel T.V. Show!
Jessica Bowler prepares to head off to Ibiza as the host of a Spanish language travel show for Mexican TV.

Four Times the Salary of a Local Thai?
A teacher is irked at the fallacy of teacher Thai wage ratios.

Before You Accept That House Sit
After their own worst house sit, Nat and Tim pass on a few thoughts on how to avoid a disappointing house sitting experience.

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