Internationalize: Teach English In East Asia


Teaching English Asia is the fastest, easiest way to find a job in East Asia. This guide explains how to find the right position as an English teacher, how to spot the opportunities and the scams, and how to figure out your cost of living before you land.

If you’re looking for a new opportunity or just an international adventure, this guide is a must-read. Learn all about teaching English in Asia!

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  •  Mike Reid

    Internationalize: Teach English in East Asia Discussion

    Kick off the discussion on Internationalize: Teach English in East Asia! Questions, comments, observations or elaborations? Either reply here or create a new discussion using the tag Guide_teach-english-in-east-asia.

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  •  Bart Peters

    Where would you go?

    I live in Belgium, what some call a non-country (if only that were true). It really sucks on pretty much any measure (beer excl.) I’m almost 25 now and that means just about on average 1/3th of my life is already over, and I don’t feel like spending my entire life in this shithole, even if that means leaving my family and friends here. The world is so much larger than the few square miles people spend most of their life in, and it would be a shame if I weren’t to explore it and check out the options. Coming from Belgium, finding an improvement when it comes to geography I suppose would not be that hard, but I’d like to hear the following from you: What geographic location is appealing to you, and why?    

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