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Is Teaching English in China Still a Good Idea?

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Teaching English in China is a more common career choice these days—and not just because bloggers like me have publicized it.

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How Much Can You Make Teaching English?

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Ever wondered how much money you can make teaching English abroad? If you have, this post is for you.

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7 Things I Wish I’d Known Before Teaching ESL

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Four years ago today, I stepped on a plane to Shanghai, China, where I had a job teaching English waiting for me. Here are 7 things I wish I’d known.

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Is Teaching English Overseas For You?

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If you’ve considered teaching English overseas, but aren’t sure whether or not it’s right for you, read on to learn about the good, bad and the ugly of working abroad as an English teacher.

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ESL Exit Strategies Explained

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Whether you’re nearing the end of your contract or are just about to hop on the plane, have an exit strategy ready so you can build on the momentum you gain while teaching English overseas.

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Why You Should Teach English Overseas

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Working overseas as an English teacher allows you to repair your finances, travel frequently and immerse yourself in a foreign culture in a way most people never will — and those are just the benefits I guarantee.

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EF China: A Serious Warning

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Although EF China is far from the worst place I’ve ever worked, little about the company — save for the clean, modern Swedish design sensibilities of its centers — separates it from any of its multinational competitors.

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