The Truth about Teaching English Abroad
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If you’re considering teaching overseas, you MUST read this. Most bloggers and TEFL providers don’t like talk about these 13 things, because they’re not fun to hear.
But taking the leap to teach abroad is a big, life-altering decision, and we think it’s important to know exactly what you’re getting into. The good, the bad, the UGLY. All of it.
To be honest, deciding to teach abroad was the catalyst that helped us start and grow this blog. It was one of the best decisions of our lives. But we’re here to speak some truth so you are completely prepared for what we think will be an experience that will change your life.
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Apologies in advance if we’re blunt. But we wished someone had sat us down and told us these things. So here ya go. The WHOLE TRUTH about teaching overseas…
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