Tuesday, July 16, 2013

The Key to Finding a Good Teaching Job!

The key to finding a position quickly is to be flexible. If you are new to teaching, be ready to accept a teaching post in a country even if it is not your first choice. Once you have experience, you can be more selective. The main thing is to build experience.

Below are some of the thousands of current jobs. These are from one source. There are many such sources. When you register for our TESOL course, we will show you where to find teaching positions:

Here are the latest teaching jobs from around the world as of July 15, 2013. This represents only a small portion of all the jobs out there.

Current Database Status (country/jobs):
Australia[1], Azerbaijan[2], Belgium[1], Brazil[1], Cambodia[1], Chile[1], China[52], Czech Republic[3], Estonia[1], France[4], Germany[1], Honduras[1], Hong Kong[3], Indonesia[9], Ireland[1], Italy[23], Japan[1], Jordan[1], Kazakhstan[4], Kyrgyzstan[1], Libya[3], Mexico[2], Oman[3], Peru[1], Poland[5], Portugal[1], Russian Federation[19], Saudi Arabia[19], Singapore[2], Slovakia[1], South Korea[6], Spain[47], Sudan[1], Taiwan[1], Thailand[4], Tunisia[1], Turkey[9], Ukraine[2], United Kingdom[104], Vietnam[6], Worldwide[24]

Wherever you want to go, teaching jobs are likely available but it is harder to get hired in some places. Western Europe is a tough nut to crack. Eastern Europe has many opportunities as does South America. Still atop the list of areas that desperately need a huge number of English teachers is Asia.  It is tougher to get a teaching job in Hong Kong and Japan but South Korea, Thailand, China and Indonesia offer many opportunities. Be flexible and prepared to go where the jobs are to gain experience.

All it takes is a degree and a TESOL certificate . Most schools will even reimburse your airfare!

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