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Karachi is a city of opportunities for the citizens of Pakistan and for the people abroad. Here are the top 6 reasons to teach English in Karachi, Pakistan.

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China is a popular market for teaching English as a foreign language. That's why I also took the leap and moved to China to teach. Here are 5 of the main reasons why I went to teach English in China.

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Saudi Arabia has a rich cultural heritage. The old historical buildings, different types of beaches, and deserts distinguish it from other countries. If you come here, you will find yourself enjoying hiking, camping, swimming, and exploring historical buildings and castles. The following are the 11 best places to visit in Saudi Arabia.

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The most unnatural practice for human beings is the main method in place to fight COVID-19, self-isolation. Becoming accustomed to what seems to be the “new normal”, can take a toll on anyone’s mental health. Below, We Explore Five (5) Imperative Mental Health Practices For An EFL Teacher.

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Due to the rapid shift in the education system during the past few years, the country has established an insatiable appetite for ESL English Language teachers. English language learning has become mandatory in pretty much the entire school system. Since English is considered as a key skill for the international development of the country, the demand for English teachers has subsequently increased. In Saudi Arabia, we have a high demand for English educationalists.

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The cultures of South American countries are welcoming and warm. As a continent, they are known for their sensual dances, delicious food, and friendly people. This region is also recognized for its exotic flora and fauna. However, the chances for an EFL teacher to get rich working in South America are limited. While the wages in this part of the world aren’t favorable for saving a lot of money, it’s still enough to live comfortably as the cost of living is relatively low.

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Istanbul is not only the most developed city in Turkey, but it's also one of the oldest cities in the world. The city was founded by the Romans in the year 300 and is considered a sacred place today, important to all religions in general. Its geographical location at the junction of Asia and Europe is unique in the world, making it an attractive destination for teaching English as a foreign language. Here are 5 reasons why Istanbul is a great place to teach English!

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Are you planning on teaching abroad, but worrying about how you can get involved in the community and leave a memorable impression on the locals? Language barriers may make this seem like a harrowing task, but fear not, the following is a list of a few jumping-off points for those planning to take the plunge into their new community.

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Foreign language learning is a massively rewarding undertaking; going from stilted greetings to lively conversations can make you feel like a multi-million lottery winner. Of course, it’s also quite intimidating to start the learning process. In your home country, it’s simple to find a spot in a classroom with a native speaker, or for those who are more intrinsically motivated, self-study may be a viable option.

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Due to Turkey's huge tourism industry, English is widely spoken among locals, which also means that the opportunities for teaching English in Turkey are vast. Here are 5 reasons to teach English in Turkey.

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