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[caption id="attachment_605" align="alignnone" width="2560"] Yunnan province, China[/caption]Not everyone can afford to travel to exotic locations or take time off of work for a long vacation. But what if you could travel and get paid while you were gallivanting around a new locale? Impossible? No, dear reader, it is not. Thousands before you have taken a year or two to travel and live in their destination of choice where the cost of living was much cheaper than the salary they were paid from English teaching. The best part is that most are able to not only cover their expenses, but also save money while abroad.One of the greatest occupations to live out this dream life abroad is to Read More
Teaching abroad can open the door to many different possibilities. China is a great place to start teaching because English teachers are in high demand and the cost of living is quite low. If you’re new to English teaching in China, here are a few tips to have the best experience possible.