How to Teach English in Mexico: 5 Exciting Ways

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Are you thinking about teaching English in Mexico? You’re not alone!

From a cultural standpoint, Mexico has it all. Cities like Guadalajara, Queretaro, and Mexico City overflow with art museums, world-class restaurants, and vibrant nightlife. Towns like Merida, Oaxaca, and San Cristobol combine incredible colonial architecture with a rich, indigenous background.

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8 Considerations Before Teaching English in Peru

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Peru is a nation filled with rich history, varied landscapes (rainforests, beaches, mountains, and more), ancient traditions, and beautiful people. Many believe there is magic to be found in Peru, and we aren’t going to disagree.

If you are ready to make a difference while exploring and learning a new culture and language, then maybe teaching English in Peru is the place for you! 

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8 Things to Consider Before Teaching English in Vietnam

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Do you want to teach English in Vietnam? Are you ready to experience a new country and explore a new culture, all while making a difference teaching English? You are in the right place!

Beyond being a unique country filled with a rich history of art, culture, cuisine, and mesmerizing landscapes, you are sure to make a positive impact in the lives of those you encounter through teaching English in Vietnam.

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How to Find a Job Teaching English in Cambodia

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From the various awe-inspiring ruins of Angkor Wat just outside Siem Reap to the hustle and bustle of the capital city, Phnom Penh, Cambodia has much to offer aspiring EFL teachers. If you’re wondering how to find a job teaching English in Cambodia, you’ll be delighted to know that obtaining English teaching jobs here is not as challenging as some of its Asian counterparts.

Cambodia is currently one of the fastest-growing economies in Asia and English teaching jobs are on the rise along with it. It’s the perfect destination for any aspiring English teacher who wants to pioneer a special type of experience; one where you can be a backbone of an expat community and a role model figure in a country that will surely see its EFL teacher population begin to grow rapidly in the coming years. 

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Things You Should Know Before Teaching English in Costa Rica

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Thinking about living the “pura vida” life? You are in for an incredible journey! 

Costa Rica is a beautiful country filled with breathtaking scenery, diverse wildlife, and kind-hearted people that will make you feel right at home.

As someone who has taught English in Costa Rica, I can vouch not only as a witness to the amazing views and delicious food, but also to the life-changing impact Costa Rica has on your personal development and the overall confidence you can gain from teaching English abroad.

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What to Consider Before Teaching English in Mexico 

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If teaching English in Mexico is on your radar, I couldn’t be happier for you.

The country is one of my all-time favorite countries in the 30+ I’ve visited, and for more reasons than one: the culture is friendly and inviting, the people are lovely, the food is one of the most unique and varied in the world, and it’s absolutely stunning, with a landscape to suit any desire. If you still need some convincing, here are 10 reasons why you should teach English in Mexico.

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10 Incredible Reasons to Teach English in Mexico

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There’s nothing not to love about the friendly, inviting, rich, vibrant culture of Mexico.

It’s the birthplace of mariachi and tequila — two things that, when put together, I’m pretty sure spell “a good time” — and it’s a country with some of the most gorgeous deserts, relaxing beaches, magical villages (really, it’s a thing), volcanoes and mountains, spicy peppers and all the tacos you can imagine.

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How Teaching English In Korea Changed My Life… The Not-So-Cheesy Story

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Teaching English in Korea changed my life.

It’s true. Cheesy, but true. But I’ll try to save you from all that Cheddar, all that stringy Moz, and tell you an unsentimental version of my time abroad.

Hi. I’m Steve. In 2012 I graduated from the University of Missouri, had no idea what to do with my life, and hopped on a plane to South Korea.  

Does that story sound a bit familiar to you?

It should. If you’ve ever met an ESL teacher abroad, especially in East Asia, that’s one of their basic character traits. And let’s be honest, it’s not as terribly irresponsible as so many folks like to claim.

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10 Fabulous Reasons to Teach English in Guatemala

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If you ask us, there are at least 1,000 reasons to teach English in Guatemala, but we know you don’t have all day!

Of all the places to teach English in Central America, Guatemala is perhaps the most beautiful. It’s a land of volcanoes, friendly people, and gorgeous lakes. It’s also one of the easiest and most affordable countries in which to learn Spanish. But it’s so much more than what appears on the surface. Continue reading

Tips for Retired Folks Seeking to Teach English Overseas

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People often think of teaching english overseas opportunities as a short stint for young, 20-somethings to experience in their gap years, or to broaden their horizons and learn who they are. It is a great way to do all of that and more, but it doesn’t mean those in their later years should rule it out. It can be a life-changing experience at any age. Continue reading