3 Reasons Why Getting a TEFL First is Totally Worth It

3 Reasons Why Getting a TEFL First is Totally Worth It

There are an estimated 250,000 Westerners currently teaching English abroad. Demand for English teachers is expected to hold strong until at least 2025 and possibly longer. In most cases, one needs to have at least a bachelor’s degree from an accredited...
The Best Countries To Teach English For Money

The Best Countries To Teach English For Money

With a slowing economy in many Western countries and the number of college graduates outstripping the number of available jobs, native English teachers are more than ever opting to teach English abroad. Most also see it as a way to travel, explore and immerse...
A Teacher’s Story: My Gaijin Experience In Japan

A Teacher’s Story: My Gaijin Experience In Japan

I’ve always had a curiosity about life outside of the United States. Geography was my favorite subject as a child. I first heard of Japan in the fourth grade when my teacher would go on xenophobic rants about how the Japanese were determined to take over the...
Live a Little; Teach English in Argentina

Live a Little; Teach English in Argentina

I once spent three months in Argentina in the spring of 2012. Two of those months were in the chaotic, yet beautiful metropolis of Buenos Aries and the rest of the time meandering through small towns of Patagonia in the Andes. I’ve done my fair share  of...
How To Teach English In Russia

How To Teach English In Russia

Of all the places to teach English, how about Russia? Yes, Russia! What an experience that would be and the stories you could tell your grandchildren. While Russia may not be on everyone’s top five list, there have been and continue to be plenty of English...