So you’ve made the decision to teach English abroad. That’s huge! It has the opportunity to impact your life in ways you never thought possible, regardless if you’re interested because you just want a way to fund your travels, or if you’re a qualified teacher looking for experience. Making the leap to do it is a big step.
But now what?
One of the first and often most difficult decisions to make is choosing a country to teach English abroad in. Narrowing down the globe to just a few desirable options seems impossible at first, but here are a few questions to ask yourself before jumping into it: