What Every Job-Seeking ESL Teacher Needs to Know

You want to teach English as a Second language, but where do you start? You are a teacher of ESL, but you are looking for a change. What now?

These articles look at many of the options open to the ESL teacher and are designed to help you make the best decision as you take the next step on your ESL career path.

Looking for an ESL Job? Here's What You Need to Know

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    The Ultimate Guide to ESL Employment

    Here is everything you need to know about getting an ESL teaching job – from how to find the right job at the right time to that all important demo class. This article can help you at any point along the way or maybe just inspire you to make a change.

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    What You Need to Know to Obtain Your ESL Teacher Degree

    All teachers need to start somewhere, and if you are considering teaching English as a second language, this article will answer some of your most basic questions – what to study, where to go and what you can do with a degree in TESOL.

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    Top 5 Dream Destinations for ESL Teachers

    You may be looking for your perfect classroom, but there is no reason that perfect class cannot be in one of the most beautiful locations the world has to offer. One benefit for the ESL teacher is that you have opportunities to travel all over the world. If you are wondering which adventure your teaching career might give you next or you just want to look at some other options, consider these dream destinations for teaching English.

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    Top 5 Countries With Best ESL Salaries

    Every teacher knows that we do not enter the education business expecting to hit it rich, but that does not mean we have to completely sacrifice our financial futures. Here are some locations for ESL teachers that may give you financial gain in addition to the satisfaction of a job well done.

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    10 Most Popular TESOL Destinations

    Where will you go next? These locations are always looking for quality ESL teachers. Get ready to pack your bags and start out for one of the most popular destinations for TESOL educators. A new adventure is waiting for you.

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    ESL Job Interview: What to Be Prepared For

    The good, the bad, and the ugly – you are likely to encounter them all when you interview for your job as an ESL teacher. Be prepared to answer with responses that will work for you by reading some of the most common questions you will encounter in ESL interviews. You will find some of the toughest questions here to help you get your answers ready.

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    5 Ideas for the Next Step in Your ESL Career

    So, you may be an experienced teacher who has enjoyed your time and your class assignments,you’re your are simply ready for a change. What now? When you are ready to take that next step in your ESL career, this article can point you in the right direction.

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    Teaching English Overseas – What You Need to Know

    One of the greatest benefits of teaching ESL is the opportunity to travel all over the world. There are some overseas locations, however, that may not be the best fit for you. When you are looking at the possibility of teaching overseas, read this piece, which takes a real look at the advantages and disadvantages of working overseas and points out what you should be looking for.

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    ESL Dress Code: What Smart Teachers Wear

    Perhaps you are just starting out on your ESL teaching career, or maybe you will be teaching in a new type of setting. Take a look here before you take a look in your closet, and you are sure to look your best when you step in front of your students.

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    8 Tips on Becoming a Successful Corporate Teacher

    Teaching English is one thing, but teaching in a corporate setting can be something completely different. To be sure you are at the top of your game, check out these tips on becoming a successful corporate teacher.

Are you an experienced teacher who has travelled overseas to teach? Are you teaching overseas now? Where have your adventures taken you, and where would you encourage fellow teachers to go? Tell us in the comments section below.

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