Chile English Teaching Travel Journals And Articles

  • Top 5 Countries to Make the Most Money Teaching English Overseas

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    International TEFL Academy

    by: International TEFL Academy

    created on: Feb 17, 2012 | United States

    Everybody is familiar with the saying “you don’t become a teacher for the money,” and while going abroad to teach English will almost certainly be one of the most enriching and rewarding experiences you will ever undertake, you probably don’t want to count on it to buy that tropical island you plan to buy for your retirement.  That said, there are thousands of opportunities around …

  • Working Abroad as an English Teacher in Santiago, Chile

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    Chile English Teaching

    by: Chile English Teaching

    created on: Feb 17, 2012 | Santiago, Chile

    Santiago is the financial and political center of Chile, yet with numerous museums, lively dancehalls, and a rich culinary scene, it is it’s cultural capital as well. Emerging as a global financial hub after a decade of steady growth, Chile’s booming economy has yet to show signs of slowing down. English teaching jobs in Santiago are at a surplus, and free trade agreement signed with …

  • Sun, Sea, and Sangria - Your Life in Spain as an English Teacher

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    International TEFL Academy

    by: International TEFL Academy

    created on: Sep 12, 2011 | Illinois, United States

    A landscape steeped in romance, Spain’s mild climate, miles of seaside and mouthwatering cuisine has been attracting visitors from colder climates for centuries. In 2007, Spain became the second most visited country in the world after France. Unlike France, however, Spain is also one of the most popular places in the world to work teaching English. Here the market for English teachers continues to thrive as one of the strongest …

  • Teach English in Krakow, the Gem of Poland

    International TEFL Academy

    by: International TEFL Academy

    created on: Aug 01, 2012 | Krakow, Poland

    To the Polish people it’s known as “The Gem of Poland”, but to others worldwide, it’s just another Eastern European city with an unpronounecable name. Little do they know that Krakow is a veritable treasure chest of art and architecture, boasting delicious and inexpensive beer, wine and food besides. While many of Poland’s most beautiful cities saw nothing but ruin and destruction during World War …

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