Salaries for English teachers in Malaysia can vary considerably and it can depend on a number of factors including where you are living, the school you are working for and your qualifications and experience. If you do find a job teaching English, you should be able to make enough money to cover your cost of living. Malaysia is a becoming a very popular destination for TEFL teachers and you can read everything you need to know about getting started as a teacher.
This guide to living and working as a teacher in Cambodia will provide you with everything you need to know to get started. There are a lot of opportunities for native English speaking TEFL teachers and here you’ll find some great tips to help you find a job. Read practical information about the cost of living, expected salary and more!
Many people decide to start teaching English in a foreign country and they each have their own personal reasons for doing so. Some people often say that they would love to teach abroad, but don’t know where to start. This blog post will provide you with a short introduction about how to teach English abroad, what you need and how to go about it. There are many ways that you can do it, but like looking for any type of job, it requires some research and knowledge to get started.
Indonesia is considered to be one of the most exotic and beautiful counties on earth. It is home to a diverse group of people and is the home to the largest Muslim population in the world. To work legally in the country, you will need to be well qualified. With good qualifications, you should be able to find a fairly decent paying job that will be more than enough to cover your living costs. Read more about salaries, how to find a job, minimum requirements and more in this helpful blog post.
Requirements for teaching English in Singapore are extremely high and for this reason, Singapore isn’t the destination for most TEFL teachers. You would need to be very well qualified to find any teaching job in the country. However, you will earn a very high salary in the country. Having said that, the cost of living is one of the highest out of any country in the world! If you are well qualified and experienced, Singapore has a lot to offer for teachers thinking about working in this cosmopolitan city state.
With a population of around 2 million people, Latvia is one of the smallest countries in Europe. Although it’s quite small, and has very long and cold winters, it is fast becoming a popular destination for ESL teachers. Read this post to find out why many teachers are looking to this Baltic state to teach English and what to expect when you’re looking for a job and working in the country with information about salaries, the cost of living and more.
Lithuania is a Baltic state in northern Europe and it is an increasingly popular destination for TEFL teachers. This blog post will explain everything you need to know about teaching English in the country and provides information about how to find a job, where to work, expected salary, living costs and minimum requirements for teachers including their qualifications and experience that is expected by the various schools.
If you’re looking to start teaching in English in Poland, you probably have a number of questions. This blog post will provide you with all the information you need to get started, including how to find a job, where to work, qualifications and experience, expected salary, living costs and more. Poland is becoming an increasing popular destination for native English speaking TEFL teachers and you can find out why by reading this post.
There is a huge tourism industry in Portugal and this is just one of the reasons why there is a real demand for qualified and experienced native English speaking TEFL teachers. With beautiful weather, a high standard of living, good salaries and a lower cost of living than in most Western European countries, it’s easy to see why more and more TEFL teachers are considering Portugal as a destination for both living and working.
Italy is famous for its long history, culture, food, passion and more! As a teacher, you can fully immerse yourself into the culture of one of the oldest and most historic places on Earth. There is also a high demand for native English speaking TEFL teachers, but there is also a lot of competition for jobs. The salaries aren’t all that high, but with good qualifications and experience, you should be able to find something that covers your living costs at least. Read more about teaching in Italy here!