One question many TEFL teachers heading to Thailand ask is how much money will they need to live on. While the average newbie English teaching job in Thailand will earn you around 30,000 to 40,000 Baht per month (much more for those with several years of experience), there are many conflicting figures get banded about regarding living costs. I often hear expats quoting (more…)
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Many TEFLers who want to experience teaching in Asia find themselves torn between several destination such as Thailand, China, Japan, South Korea, and Vietnam, with each one offering a unique cultural experience and its own set of pros and cons.
To help you better understand the different benefits of (more…)
Thailand has long been one of the dream destinations for TEFL teachers both novice and experienced, not only does it have some of the world’s best beaches, craziest nightlife, mouth-watering food, and an incredible ancient culture filled with the exotic and spiritual, it also has lots of language schools and TEFL jobs available with wages enough for any teacher to live comfortable with time and money spare to (more…)
International Policy Advisor Caitlin Dixon left Newcastle, Australia, to teach English in Thailand. She shares her experience of trawling Bangkok’s hospital system, buying a fruit smoothie and mango and sticky rice every morning for breakfast and how she’d excel at those difficult interview questions in the future.
Catlin Dixon is an International Policy Advisor and English graduate but like so many other TEFL teachers wanted something more than her bureaucratic job at home. When she saw LoveTEFL was recruiting high-calibre (more…)