Teaching English in Southeast Asia: Cambodia, Thailand, and Vietnam

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Teaching English in Southeast Asia: Cambodia, Thailand, and Vietnam

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June 28, 2018

Earning $2,200 A Month Teaching English in Cambodia
By Stephen King

“Almost anyone can get a job as an English teacher in Cambodia, regardless of qualifications, experience or even fluency in the language,” says James. “There is a massive shortage of foreign teachers.”

Living The Dream Lifestyle By Teaching English in Tropical Vietnam

Sharyn explains “I have two years’ experience, teach about 17 hours a week and earn around $1,479 per month. Tim has slightly less experience and earns around the same for a few more hours. We live well and still manage to save all his salary. Best of all, we’re not spending our savings.”

Teaching English in Thailand— Turning Conversation Into Cash Online
By Barbara Ross

Dani Lives in Ban Pong Noi, a village outside Chiang Mai. “I know it seems crazy,” says Dani, “but I pay for a cute studio room with a detached bathroom and I share my neighbours’ outdoor kitchen. I pay 2,800 baht per month ($85) and it includes all utilities—power, water and WiFi.”

Tess Bercan teaches from 5 a.m. to 8 a.m., Monday to Friday, and earns about $961 a month doing it. She says you can earn $1,478 or more if you open up your availability and pick up extra hours.

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