Pay: Medium| Easy to get: Very Easy| While traveling: No
Being an English teacher is like playing the lottery, a lottery where everyone wins and the winnings are pretty small. A lot of native English speakers and even non-native English speakers teach English abroad. It’s good pay, easy work and it’s very easy to find this kind of job. I did it in Burma, Cambodia, and even in China. The only requirement is that you can speak English and not kill the children (the difficult part). I’m not joking, anyone can do it, regardless of their English level. Even Pavel, my polish friend who learned English in India got a job teaching English. I don’t think English is very fun, which is why when I do teach, I always overcharge, in China I was charging $50 an hour and somehow I still found students. That’s because learning English is always in demand. When you travel around non-English-speaking countries you will always find foreign English teachers.
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