The easiest, fastest and safest way to leave your home country and begin a life in a foreign country is to teach English. If you have a university degree, a couple thousand dollars and about three months, you can reset your life in an exotic location. I did it and thousands of others have as well. Here are ten interviews with English teachers in various countries around the world to give you an idea of what to expect.
Teach English in Korea, Interview with Jordan Lunan
Great information on what it is like to teach English in Korea by an experienced teacher. Visas, cost-of-living, getting a job and quality of life.
Teach English in France, Interview with Roni Weiss
What it is like to teach English in France. Covers visas, cost of living and what you are likely to expect. Roni also explains what it is like to teach in English immersion camps around the world.
Teach English in Korea, Interview with Simon and Martina Stawski
Great interview with EatYourKimchi bloggers and English teachers in Korea. Detailed advice and information on teaching in Korea.
Teach English in Vietnam, Interview with Sherry Ott
What it is like to teach English in Vietnam. Finding work, visas, cost of living and more.
What it is like to teach English in Taiwan. From getting a job to cost of living, it is all included here.
Find out detailed information on teaching English in Thailand in this interview.
Veteran English teacher and school owner, Neil Mullens, shares his experiences teaching English in Japan.
Seven year English teacher Gordie Rogers, shares his experiences teaching English in China. He gives information on how to find a job, visas and cost of living.
A five year veteran English teacher in Thailand shares his experiences in this fantastic interview.
David Deubelbeiss is a teacher, writer and runner. He is an educator with over 17 years experience teaching ESL / EFL . He has taught and presented in Korea, Canada, France, the Czech Republic, Ukraine and Russia. and specializes in Web 2.0 and using technology in the classroom.