There are 67 countries in the world recognize English as their official language. This leaves 128 countries that you can teach English abroad.
The biggest provider of English teaching jobs in China are language centers. But the best jobs are often in public and international schools.
Currently, the job market in Germany is thriving. English teaching jobs in Germany are mostly freelancing. But there are also programs too.
The 3 big options for English teaching jobs in Korea are government programs (EPIK and TaLK), a hagwon/private academy or an internship.
English teaching jobs in Italy mostly consist of language centers. But there are internship and Fulbright available for English teachers too.
The main types of English teaching jobs in Hong Kong are in a language school or Hong Kong’s Native-speaking English Teacher (NET) program.
Although there is high demand for English teachers, it’s not easy finding English teaching jobs in France without knowing where to search.
There aren’t any government programs for teaching English in Vietnam. But there are language schools for English teaching jobs in Vietnam.
Most English teaching jobs in Thailand are in language schools. But there are also some government programs to get hired to teach there too.
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.