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The Guide to Teach English in China

China is by far and away the number one destination to teach English abroad, with job opportunities for everyone. What … Read more


The 13 Rules for Being a Great ESL Teacher

The demand for ESL teachers throughout the world increases each year and teaching ESL has become a popular career among … Read more

How to Become an English Online Teacher with VIPKID: Requirements, Application, Salary, and Pro Tips

If you’re looking for an easy, interactive way to earn money online, consider teaching English with VIPKID. You can work … Read more

Teach English Online to Chinese Students – What Is It Really Like?

The demand in China for learning English is high as is the motivation. Teaching English online to Chinese students from home … Read more


What is Teaching English in Vietnam Really Like?

Do you want to teach English in Vietnam? Vietnam is one of the rising stars in the TEFL industry – … Read more


Which TEFL Course Online Should You Choose? (The Buying Guide)

You are looking for a legit TEFL course online, which is worth the money and perfectly prepares you to teach … Read more

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Side Hustles & Financials for ESL Teachers

Depending on where you teach, your salary as an ESL teacher might not be enough to cover your living expenses, afford some extras and save money all at the same time.

That is why a lot of teachers support their income with side jobs, conduct private online lessons or work for CustomWritings, an online custom essay writing service for ESL students. Writing an own blog, earning money from ads or affiliate marketing is a good option, too.

As an ESL teacher, you will be needing to transfer money abroad on a regular basis, and that is costly and often time-consuming. There are simpler solutions for ESL teachers that you could be using - view the currency transfer guide to learn more.

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