Teaching abroad probably sounds like an amazing way to travel the world, meet diverse people, and experience a completely new way of life -- but is it actually possible to make a living as an international teacher?
Here at Go Overseas, we're big on promoting intentional travel, but we also want to make sure you have all the information you could never need before you make major life decisions like moving abroad to pursue a career. Of course, the internet is happy to tell you about how easy it is to earn a living as a digital nomad or part-time English teacher, but we think it's important to hear directly from people who have actually managed to make a living out of their international experience.
This is the next installment in our series of profiles offering insight from real-life study or teach abroad alumni who have found ways to turn their time overseas into a career path. Read the previous interviews with Anna, Lana, and Emily.
For this installment, we're off to Singapore to talk to experienced international educator Andrea about the challenges of making friends in France, the joys of teaching in a diverse classroom, and the many benefits of dating a local.