Everyone knows that once you leave university and your parent’s home, there are plenty of expenses that you need to start paying yourself. Everything from your home, car, water, food, electricity, gas, insurances, entertainment, telephone and cellphone create bills in your mailbox. However, once you move abroad this list can create some serious anxiety.
For starters, it’s a different currency and it’s difficult to compare the market value. Secondly, the culture is foreign so the basic needs, requirements and availability are all new.
Due to the many job vacancies in teaching in China, the numbers of teachers are staggering and yet the demand is still high. With this massive increase in teachers, Teaching Nomad has created (on top of the detailed FAQ page) a simple to understand table that will guide everyone teaching abroad in china about the costs tied to living in different tier cities in China.
This chart will assist you in calculating the expenses you’ll need to cover in your day-to-day life, from where you’ll live, how much it’ll cost to power it, moving around in the city, keeping fit at the gym, entertainment, calling friends and colleagues and also dinner for 2.