Teach English Worldwide strives to provide clear, comprehensive, and objective advice to anyone interested in teaching English overseas.

The man who can make hard things easy is the educator

R.W. Emerson (American poet and essayist)

Currently, there are more English teaching jobs worldwide than there are trained, native teachers to fill them. This means that you have many options as you embark on your English teaching adventure. However, you should also be aware that job availability, income, and other factors vary greatly from region to region. You need to weigh the pros and cons of each area before selecting your future home.

To narrow your choices, you should ask yourself what you want to get out of your English teaching experience. Do you want to experience a different culture? Are you hoping to learn another language? Do you need to make enough money to pay off school loans or increase your savings, or are you simply hoping to get by? The answers to these and other questions will help you figure out the region or country best for you.

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(This is a service of ESLJobFeed.com. Teach English Worldwide does not endorse any of these listings, and we encourage you to thoroughly review each position before accepting any employment.)