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One of the main worries for many people who are heading overseas to teach English for the first time is the thought of being all alone in an unfamiliar environment without the support of their friends and family. In an effort to ease these concerns, this post looks at 5 ways you can make new friends in your new hometown.

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Although you can find an English teaching job at any time of the year in some areas, if you have a specific destination in mind you need to know the best time of year to start applying. In this post we take a look at the main hiring seasons in each of the top regions for teaching English abroad.

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Many teachers prefer to secure a job before leaving home and embarking on their adventure of teaching English abroad. Here are the top TEFL countries that hire teachers in advance.

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Are you ready for a change in career? Head overseas to teach English abroad because you’re never too old to change your life and do a TEFL course!

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Every year, thousands of people decide to embark on their adventure of teaching English abroad. Here are 10 pieces of advice every new TEFL teacher needs to know.

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South Korea is one of the most popular destinations for teaching English abroad and it continues to shine. Here is why Seoul is the ideal place to teach English in 2018!

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Studying abroad is not the only way to experience life in a foreign country. Here are 5 reasons why we think teaching abroad is better than studying abroad.

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Although there is never any shortage of English language teaching jobs in most parts of the world, competition for the best paying positions in the most popular locations can sometimes be very strong. To make sure your application rises to the top of the pile, you should seriously consider adding additional qualifications to your CV/resume. Here we look at why specialized TEFL courses are a great addition to your teaching career.

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Europe is amongst the top destinations for teaching English as a foreign language. However, it is often said that it's not a good fit for Americans due to strict visa regulations for non-EU citizens. This is simply not true as you can read in this how-to guide for Americans to teach English in Europe.

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Although many thousands of people head overseas to teach English abroad each year, the planning process can be a stressful time that puts some people off making the final leap. This article on the 6 Tips You Need to Know About Jobs Teaching English Abroad is aimed at reducing the stress of planning by breaking down the most important things to consider.

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