Many teachers long for a bit of travel, cultural exploration and volunteer abroad opportunities. Unknown to many of them, teaching English abroad is an excellent way to accomplish this. Tefl groups can help them prepare for an occupational adventure.
The country Georgia is an excellent location for English teachers abroad. The pay ranges from $180 to $300 per month and usually includes paid housing. In Georgia, private lessons are where the majority of the income comes into play. Private lessons can range from $10 to $30 per hour, and there is a high demand for these private lessons. Georgia is an underrated nation with many advantages. These can range from fascinating culture and friendly people to surprisingly fertile earth that grows superior produce.
Indonesia is one of the more popular locations for traveling English teachers. Working as an English teacher in Indonesia usually requires a college degree and TEFL certification. Work visas are exceptionally easy to get in Indonesia. The cost of living is very low, and the people are very enthusiastic about teachers. This enthusiasm about teachers and learning could be considered one of the most valuable perks of teaching in Indonesia.
Teaching English in Colombia is an easy combination of sightseeing and teaching. The cost of living in Colombia is extremely low and English teachers can make between $500 and $1,000 each month. Degrees are not required but may be useful, and class scheduling is very loose and non-formal compared to English classes. This lack of formality can allow teachers to live a very loose and relaxed lifestyle at work and play. Columbia has a very rich social life for vibrant and friendly people.
Teaching in Portugal is an experience unlike any other. Portugal is a well-developed country with higher requirements for English teachers. The trade-off is that there are many positions available and the lifestyle is very rich in tourism, history, and exquisite food. Equally high wages balance the high cost of living. This allows for a comfortable and interesting stay.
English teaching positions in Germany are surprisingly common. While Germany has an excellent structure and level of sophistication as a country, they remain open and eager for more English teachers. Like Portugal the living expenses are high but salaries more than makeup for that. The skills required to teach English in Germany are a little higher than most positions in other countries. Along with the excellent opportunities for exploration in Germany teachers can enjoy easy access to the rest of Europe.
English teaching positions in Taiwan have expanded dramatically in the last few years. Teaching salaries have increased and are currently around $1,500 to $2,000 per month plus a bonus at the end of the teaching contract. The demand for teachers in Taiwan is unusually high. Teachers are highly sought-after people are enthusiastic about them. The location of Taiwan also makes it a great place to teach. As a port of trade very close to China it reflects many Asian cultures in addition to sporting an impressive and extremely unique culture of its own.
China is one of the ideal teaching positions for English teachers. In China, teachers are highly respected and very well-paid. A salary of $1,500 to $2,000 per month it’s fairly common. There are plenty of other bonuses like housing and other teacher programs for transportation and sightseeing. Parents take a keen interest and their children’s education and show a great deal of respect for the teachers facilitating this education. China is a popular destination with teachers regularly coming and going on one-year or more extended teaching visits.
Teaching English in Japan is an excellent opportunity. Japan combines rigorous requirements for teachers with one of the highest salaries. Regular salaries for English teachers in Japan range from $2,000 to $2,500 per month. There are many positions available all through the year for English teachers in Japan. Many of these positions are designed to supplement Public School classes. Japan is often ranked next to or above China as one of the most sought-after teaching locations abroad.