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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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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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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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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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Five Great Ways to Teach Abroad in Italy

Italy  is a delectable blend of tradition, art, culture, cuisine, and avant-gardism. Stirred into its delicious mix is a beautiful landscape made of rugged mountains, rolling hills, terraced villages, picturesque lakes, and renowned beaches. From historic cities to the latest fashion, Italy draws every type of traveler to its shores. But, do not just travel to Italy. Live like a local through a variety of exciting teach abroad opportunities ...
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The Perks and Drawbacks of Teaching English Overseas

Many new graduates are headed overseas to live the life of an English instructor. TEFL Certificate s are in hand and you have this strange idea that you are about to change the world. This lasts until the first five minutes of your first class and then your goal becomes: survive, at all costs. Deep breaths though, by the end of the year, you will be a pro at everything from keeping the kids on task to forestalling a full on meltdown. This is a ch...
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Problems you can meet when teaching in Thailand

I’m perhaps one of the biggest proponents of traveling to Thailand  you’ll ever meet, and the author of Top 10 Reasons To Love Thailand , but sometimes traveling to a country allows for a different perspective than living and working there. My time as a teacher in Thailand was special, and I will forever hold it dear in my heart. But teaching abroad  requires an open mind, for one is working under the rules of an entirely different system. This m...
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8 Things to Know About Teaching English in China

Teaching abroad  is one of the best options available to native (or in many countries, such as China, even non-native) English speakers who are looking for some international experience, or perhaps don’t have the best job options back home. I had so many friends in the United States who searched high and low for jobs at home without realizing that there are plenty of opportunities to teach abroad if only they could take the leap of faith int...
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