English Teaching Jobs Abroad
There are many ways people experience foreign cultures. Usually they do so by taking a vacation in another country, or simply by reading about it in a book or watching a movie. But the only real way to truly understand what a foreign land and its people are all about is to live there and get to know these people on a personal level.
In this section of JobMonkey, we'll show you how to get the training you need to help you obtain the job of a lifetime working in a foreign land. We'll also tell you a lot about foreign cultures and customs so that you'll know what to expect. Here we cover three very different areas: Eastern Europe English Teaching Jobs (including the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia), Asia Teaching Jobs (including Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, China, Thailand, and Indonesia) and our new section on teaching English in Greece.
Although the only way to really understand life in these faraway places is to actually be there, JobMonkey can still help you prepare so at least you won't be too surprised by culture shock when you arrive.
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Much of the advice given here about becoming an English teacher to foreign students is applicable to being an instructor in either Europe, Asia or Greece, but there are many differences, too. And remember, to get a listing of employers who hire English teachers use our Job Center and also check out our Teach Abroad Job Board for current job openings.