TEACH ENGLISH ABROAD: Read up On My amazing adventures as an ESL Teacher in South Korea & China For Over 5 Years!
In the ESL world, you should know that most employers primarily look for teachers from countries where English is their primary language; that is, the first language they've learned at childhood and is the most widely spoken. Furthermore, though there may be many countries that fit into that criteria, ESL Employers also usually prefer to look for those that reside from a select few. So, here's a list of the 7 Most Popular Native English Speaking Countries that ESL Employers Hire From:
So, you've decided to teach English abroad, have already landed in your new home, and are ready to begin a new adventure, but maybe, just maybe, there are a few things that you've forgotten to take care of.
So, you've decided to teach English abroad and are just about ready to pack your bags and begin a new adventure, but maybe, just maybe, there are a few things that you've forgotten to take care of.
Interviewing for a potential ESL job overseas? Well, before you get to it, make sure to read my 11 tips that every ESL Teacher should know before doing an interview with an ESL employer.
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About the Author: Don is from Los Angeles, CA, USA and has served as an ESL Teacher & Foreign Department Manager in both China & South Korea!
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