There are 67 countries in the world recognize English as their official language. This leaves 128 countries that you can teach English abroad.
The best English teaching jobs in Japan are usually with the JET Programme or an Eikaiwa. Here is how to get started for employment in Japan.
Do you want to teach English in Spain? Here is a list of English Teaching Jobs in Spain to help you find out where you want to work.
The JET Programme has sent more than 70,000 participants from around the globe to teach English in Japan. Here’s how to get accepted in JET.
If you are considering teaching English in Qatar, it is relatively tiny country with fewer jobs advertised compared to the rest of the Gulf.
Anyone with an adventurous bone in their body has to come to Myanmar and see it for themselves. Teaching English in Myanmar is for the brave.
If you want to experience tropical rainforests, the mighty Andes, and Machu Picchu, then you should try teaching English in Peru.
Teaching English in Chile is the perfect opportunity for foreign teachers because of its economic growth, political stability and modern cities.
Teaching English in Argentina is more competitive than it looks. Despite a shaky economy, there’s still lots of demand for foreign teachers.
Malaysia is the heart of Southeast Asia. Teaching in Malaysia gives you desirable elements like mountains, beaches, and tropical rainforests.