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What to think about before getting a job overseas.

If you are ready to take the plunge and attempt to work overseas, it's best to do your research before you take the first job you see on Craig's List and go getting off across the globe. I've been researching ESL jobs for a while now, and I've made this great list of things to look for when trying to get a job overseas.


The first thing you need to think about is location. Don't get sucked into a luxurious job with a fabulous salary and benefits if it's in a dangerous location, or place where you don't want to live.

Don't go work in China if you can't stand Chinese food. Don't go to Russia if you don't like cold weather.

Eastern Europe and South America have become popular teaching locations, but you need to consider the dangers involved. Some places may also be more dangerous for girls than guys, so please research the country or city where you want to work before you get there.