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27 Sep

 

Before teaching English in China, I was working in Chicago. I had a good sales and marketing job in the industry of my choice building a name for myself. Also, I was making good money, heading towards $70K the year I quit, in a world famous city. But I noticed after achieving this job, my interests started to change, and those who inspired me moved away deeper into their passions. And worst of all, I was becoming bored of the city routine.


Teaching English was my way of fulfilling points on my bucket list: traveling abroad and learning a foreign language.
Teaching English was something I never considered for a long-term career decision. I knew of people who've done it before but always returned to their lives in the states. I signed up for a year and assumed I'll return home shortly after.

27 Jul

If you are new to teaching, we wouldn’t really suggest looking into any sort of licensure options at this point in your career.  However, if you’ve been teaching abroad for some time now and are legitimately considering a long-term career in teaching, here are a few reasons why getting proper licensure will be the best career move you can make.

27 Jul

 

A lot of what we hear today about China involves pollution. As China has industrialized quickly, the smog in its major cities has increased, causing many people to be concerned about health ramifications. This concern is understandable, particularly if you’re coming from a developed country where air pollution is rare or non-existent.

It’s important to stay informed about the realities of pollution in the country when you’re making your decision about living in China.


Teaching Nomad is your connection to teaching in Asia & The Middle East! We are a western owned and operated teacher placement agency with offices in Denver & Shanghai. We take a lot of pride in connecting teachers with great teaching opportunities.

 

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