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Teaching Jobs in China For Foreigners

Whether you’re considering China for your first teaching experience, or you’ve worked in more countries than a universal socket adapter, this country offers a unique adventure. There are countless opportunities here for teachers, but there are also some key things to consider before you book your flight.

Teaching Jobs in China for Non Native Speakers

If your mother language is not English, thus you are a non-native speaker, you may still be an English teacher. The more rational reason is that Chinese people believe in immersive learning, therefore they think a foreigner, who cannot speak Chinese anyway, would help a student to learn English by doing all the classroom communication in English. A less rational reason is that some training centers pass fish eyes for pearls, they use foreigners’ exotic look as a market scheme. In a word, it wont be too hard for you to become an English teacher if you look exotic enough and speak good English. However, first tire Chinese cities restrict the work visa to only native speaker teachers.

Jobs in Universities in China

If you want to be a language teacher or tutor, you mustn't miss universities and colleges. You will find universities in all major cities, and they are likely to have multiple foreign language majors. Students there are in great demand for tutors, if you have education or linguistics background, you can possibly get a job offer from the department, even if is a contract job.

Online Teaching Jobs in China

Yeah, this is an easy way to start teaching English to you far east clients. Tens of thousands of Americans are teaching English remotely, connecting with the vast majority of Chinese eager to learn the language, thanks to advances in global communications technology and huge investments in Chinese online education companies.Tutoring can be a meaningful work option for people in rural communities far from the main job market.

Teachers are preferred to be native English speakers, hold a bachelor’s degree and live in the U.S. Working experience with children is a plus. Average pay is $12 to $20 an hour, with most teachers starting at around $14 an hour. Each tutoring session lasts 30 minutes.

TEFL Jobs in Shanghai China

For the widest range of possible job options, check out job listings sites and agencies. In the former category, Dave’s ESL Cafe has a broad range of listings for TEFL/ESOL/other-acronym-of-choice jobs. It also hosts a lot of useful resources and chat boards, and the most naughties design you’ll have seen in at least a decade. And, obviously, HiredChina-teaching jobs is a great resource for finding these positions, with tons of new job listings every week.