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How to Teach and Travel the World

Traveling the world has gone from a pipe dream to a reality for so many. You don't, after all, have to save up beforehand and live off of money in your bank account when you go. With new tech and the power of the internet and our personal computers, you can work remotely and on the go. Globalization has also put more emphasis on citizens around the world learning the lingua franca, which at this point, and for the foreseeable future, is English, though China's increasing influence on global trade might change this down the line.

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Mandarin Café: Teaching Jobs in China

You're thinking about moving to and teaching English in China, but you're not quite sure where to start. You've opened Google and submitted a job search, but you don't know if the results are reliable, or if they're even legitimate.

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Thank you for this so much... ! Extremely informative and very comprehensive information as I make my way through the various sit... Read More
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5 Great Tips for Negotiating a Higher Salary as an ESL Teacher

  After considering all of your options for teaching abroad, you have a potential employer interested in your CV. It is a great place to work and you love the area in China where they would like to place you. But what about the salary? Teaching abroad comes with an array of perks but can also present some new challenges. The last thing you wan...
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Five reasons why Teaching in the UAE is a great idea

Taking to another country for a new job might be taking a big step outside of you comfort zone, as it will take some time for you to get use to your new surroundings and settle into a new way of life, but it might also be one of the best decisions you could make, contributing greatly to your life in more ways than you could have imagined. According...
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How to beat your fears and teach English abroad

Do you dream of teaching in a foreign country? The thought of jetting off to live in a far flung destination is enough to make most of us a little nervous, but if your fears are seriously standing in the way of your dreams, you may feel as though they'll never become a reality.

However, with a little determination, a dash of perseverance and a pinch of grit, you can realise your dream. Here are some practical suggestions for overcoming those fears.

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Teaching English In Seoul

The capital of South Korea is one of the most cosmopolitan and busy cities in Asia, and there are a wide range of people who travel to the city every year in order to help fulfill the need for English teachers there. The packages that are on offer for English teachers in Seoul can be very attractive, and in most cases they will include several additional benefits that will make moving to Seoul a lot easier for those coming in from different count...
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Working As A Teacher In Cape Town

Being a teacher is one of the most useful and challenging roles that many people will take on, and it is a job that is vital to the development and growth of every culture, so it is no surprise that good teachers are always in demand. Cape Town offers a very attractive prospect for many people looking for teaching jobs , as it is located in a beautiful part of South Africa and has a range of different educational establishments that can offer tea...
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Teaching is my passion. So the opportunity to deploy my skills and experiences for the development of the people and the chance of... Read More
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Teach Abroad in the Czech Republic

With just over 10 million inhabitants, the Czech Republic  has evolved into a hub for investment and tourism after officially splitting from former Czechoslovakia  in 1993. It’s also become one of the most popular destinations to teach English abroad. English teachers at public schools and language academies are in demand, and the opportunity to privately tutor has grown in recent years. Experience a place where east European culture me...
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Dear Tamriko, I'm glad you're interested in pursuing opportunities in the Czech Republic. Are you seeking any particular informat... Read More
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Teaching English in Lovely Laos

The backpacker routes of South-East Asia tend to wind through the three major countries of Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam, but right there in the middle is the underrated paradise of Laos. Without a border on the ocean, less traffic makes their way through the mountainous country (no islands? What?), and a significantly lower population than its neighbors (just under 7 million) means there aren’t very many cities or large towns. The laid-back me...
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Teach Abroad in Hungary

Hankering to experience a fascinating culture and historic place with beautiful architecture, friendly people, hearty cuisine and even heartier liquor? Satisfy your cravings by teaching English in Hungary . Perfectly positioned in a region of Central Europe  just begging to be explored, Hungary is home to numerous spas and wineries, castles and ancient ruins. The capital city of Budapest  is a top European tourist destination—famous for...
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