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Teaching English in Israel

When you start your expatriate life in Israel, you will join around 7.7 million people currently living there. The majority of the population has settled in the coastal plain, along the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. Considering the country’s urbanization rate of over 90%, it shouldn’t surprise you that the most populous areas are the three cities of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv-Yafo, and Haifa.

Israel is a predominantly…

Teaching English in Dubai

Dubai is part of the United Arab Emirates (the UAE), a federation of 7 small states or emirates in the The Middle East.

For more information on teaching conditions in Dubai and the UAE, please visit: Teaching English in the UAE‏‎.
Dubai Infographic
In the meantime, if you want to check out a few major differences between life in Dubai and the UK see the infographic here created by John…

Teaching English in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia (or officially, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) is often touted as one of the highest paying destinations for English teachers.

This article looks at what it’s like to teach there, how to get work, what you need and what the conditions and rewards are like.
Pay in Saudi for Teachers
Saudi is one of the few countries where teachers can make good money. There are jobs available…

Teaching English in the United Arab Emirates

The UAE or United Arab Emirates is a federation 7 small states or emirates in the Middle East, namely Abu Dhabi, Dubai‏‎, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm al-Quwain, Ras al-Khaimah and Fujairah.

The UAE have a cosmopolitan population with many nationalities here for business and work, primarily in the oil industry. English is, obviously, extremely important as the UAE has many business concerns throughout the world.
Finding Work

Teaching English in Jordan

Jordan is a country spanning the southern part of the Syrian Desert down to the Gulf of Aqaba. Jordan shares borders with Syria to the north, Iraq to the northeast, Saudi Arabia to the east and south, the Gulf of Aqaba to the southwest, and Israeland the West Bank to the west. It shares control of the Dead Sea with Israel. Much of Jordan is covered by desert…

Teaching English in Iran

TEFL/TESOL in Iran‏‎
Slightly larger than Alaska, Iran is a Middle Eastern country with a strategic location on the Persian Gulf, which is a vital maritime pathway for crude oil transport.

Iran became an Islamic republic in 1979. Today’s population is 98% Muslim, divided between Shi’a (89%) and Sunni (9%).

Iran’s economy relies on the oil sector (which provides 85% of government revenues). However despite the great fortunes…