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Teaching In Thailand Being a international school teacher in Thailand can be a great career with salaries in the range of $2,500 to $6,000 per month, or you could become a TEFLer teaching English with a salary range of 350-600 pounds per month, although with many teaching jobs it could be worth doing a TEFL course even if no experience is necessary, but will teaching students fulfil your overseas jobs yearnings? Is a English language teaching job something you really want to do? Can you teach English?

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Old 23-08-2009, 06:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Smile Seeking a job in Thailand( Chinese teacher)

Hey, I'm Stephanie. I will graduate from college next June. My major is English and Finance. Since I love travel so much, i want to start my world trip after i graduate. But, money is a big issue.
So, i want to know if there's any chance to find a Chinese teacher or part- time tutor job in Thailand(any city is ok). I have a two month English tutor experience and language exchange experience with American and German for 1.5 years, and a BA in English and Finance. But i have no certificate of teaching. Do they need any certificate? Is that easy to find ? Is the salary good enough to make a living? I know Chinese is quite popular now.
Any suggestions?
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Old 03-09-2009, 12:40 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Sadly as a Chinese (mandarin) teacher you will be required to have a degree in Education. That said as you seem to be a English native speaker you will easily get a job as an English teacher (paid more) who is teaching Mandarin.
I teach English in Thailand we have a chinese language department.
there are a lot of Chinese in Thailand who have come to work, they work hard, they have teaching degrees... their english (generally is so so), they get paid a LOT less.

(my experience is that of public schools in Thailand private language schools may offer a very different view).
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Where to find native Chinese teachers in Thailand to offer them a job ?

Hello, do you know where to find native Chinese teachers in Thailand to offer them a job ?

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Hello, do you know where to find native Chinese teachers in Thailand to offer them a job ?

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hi,im local beijinger with a qualification for international mandarin teaching but little experience,mostly i have done is private tutoring. i speak fluent english, unfortunately not Thai. currently im searching for a job in thailand.i wonder what are the chance i could get an offer which can provide enough income for me to live in thailand. the reason i want to go to thailand is firstly im in love with the country and i'd love to gain more experiences in teaching before i move to hong kong.

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They prefer native teachers. But if you aimed low no problem.
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They prefer native teachers. But if you aimed low no problem.

i care about the most is to live in the country i like for a while before i move to Hong Kong,and gain some experiences in teaching the same time. i was thinking about working as volunteer in mandarin teaching,but of course it would be nice i could make a living while my staying. :-) i just have no idea how to start working there.
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