Best Short Term ESL Job in Thailand

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A unique opportunity to explore Thailand! Earn while you travel. Jobs in 14 attractive locations in Thailand. Earn US$ 1000 / month + accommodation. Assignment starts in September 2015.

We at American TESOL Institute, one of the most trusted names in the teacher training world give you the opportunity to work and live and earn in Thailand for 5 months at a most nominal cost.

You pay a very affordable rate of 1390 USD / 831 GBP for an International TESOL course in Bangkok and in return earn an attractive salary of up to US$ 1000 per month with free accommodation by the virtue of the offer for immediate TEFL job in Thailand provided to TESOL certified teachers, now equipped to rule the world of ESL teaching.

What is it that draws thousands of people to Thailand? Is it the food, the shopping, the people, the beaches, the mountains, the temples or the culture? If you want to find out then you have to come to this amazing land yourself. Thailand embodies everything that is truly Asia.

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Short Term "Special Job Project" is a program where the schools provide accommodation for 5 months as its the contract period. Surely married couples can apply. They will be provided an accommodation by school where both of them would stay together. Please check the following link:-


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Yes, I recommend this program

Good If You Go With The Flow

My friend and I both found communications to be spotty, even sketchy prior to departure. We feared a scam. Once we arrived, however, we were housed in a brilliant condo in a quiet part of Phuket, had training right on the beach, and had ample job support once placed. Training didn't support teaching too much, but salary was more than sufficient and the six months were an absolute blast. Ultimately, if you just submit yourself to the somewhat chaotic preface, which is almost preparatory for life in Thailand, and have a leap of faith, you'll be rewarded.

What would you improve about this program?
Front end communications. More visibility and contact prior to departure -- the US offices were almost invisible.
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