Where to find Jobs?
American TESOL Jobs - These days TESOL jobs are the high paying jobs, and you can earn well if you can speak and write well. America has many opportunities for ESL teachers.
by K. Ali
The native language of Americans is English but teachers are required to teach those people who move from some other countries to America and face difficulty in connecting with people because they cannot speak well.
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ESL Jobs World
This is one of the largest databases of TESOL and ESL jobs in the world. The design of the site is easy to use, they do not advertise their courses with the jobs, and there are no courses offered on the site, the site only lists TESOL jobs. Along with teaching positions in Latin America and North America, you can find jobs in different parts of the world.
The website lists a number of jobs in America, the above link will also take you to the page where TESOL jobs in Latin America are listed.
ESL Base is a very good website if you want to search for TEFL jobs throughout the world. You can also subscribe to their emails, so that you are regularly updated with the new jobs posted from the country or the region where you are looking for work.
While you are surfing on the internet and searching jobs, I would like to give you some advice. When you select a job, make sure that the job is valid and exists, you can do that by seeing if the company has given contact numbers, a website or email address. It would be best if you could call and talk to the employer yourself.
Job Scams and how to Avoid Them
Though they are relatively rare, there are scams so just be sure that the job is legitimate. The jobs listed at TESOL sites
are usually safe, but just be careful about giving out your personal information. You should never have to give out your
bank account or credit card information for any job.
That said, for my first job in Japan, my school wanted me to set up an account at the Mizuho Bank, and they did need to know
my account number and the name I used to be able to pay me. But that was after I was in Japan and working for the school.
I knew where they were if they did any wrong doing (they didn`t).
Never give out this information by mail or Email though!
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