[QUIZ] Where Should You Teach English Abroad?

Where to teach abroad

Working abroad is the dream for many with wanderlust. After all, getting paid while you live in an exotic locale that allows you to experience a new culture and explore a new corner of the globe sounds pretty ideal, right?

We’re pretty sure it doesn’t take much convincing to teach abroad. But with jobs scattered across the globe and the world at your fingertips, it can be difficult to decide where to go, as well as figure out how much money you'll save. As always, Go Overseas has you covered. Take this quiz to find out where you should teach English abroad -- whether or not you have a TEFL certificate.

Teaching English abroad is one of the most popular ways to live and work abroad. Most teaching jobs abroad pay at least a living wage (and some much more) and come with flexible hours, giving you time and resources to explore.

If you are a new graduate, teaching abroad is also an excellent way to beef up your resume and gain some experience that may point you in the direction of a new career path. If you are an established teacher, teaching abroad can also help you advance in your career and bring new experiences back to students in your home community.

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Lauren Salisbury

A California native, Lauren Salisbury has found the best way to get to know a region of the world is to live there, and with that in mind has worked in four countries, including the United States, Australia, Spain and Costa Rica. Lauren earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Maryland and is now living in the Costa Rican rainforest, working as Social Media & Marketing Manager for Outward Bound. Lauren documents her travel adventures on her blog SomethingInHerRamblings.com.

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