Posts tagged teaching english in spain
Private English Classes: 7 Tips For ESL Teachers

Private English classes are a great way to not only supplement your income, but also be your "own boss" of sorts since you'll be able to not just choose your clients, but also make your own schedule. When done correctly, you may even be able to rely on your income from private English classes completely! Where there's a will, there's a way; however, there are certain aspects to take into consideration first before diving headfirst into the world that is private English teaching.

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5 Things To Know Before Teaching English in Spain

Deciding to teach abroad is a big deal and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. It can be a long process before you even start. The transition from one job to another can even be more strenuous. So, before beginning your new life as an auxiliar de conversación, or teaching assistant, here are a few things to keep in mind.

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Musings of an American Working in Spain

I recently reflected on my experience quitting my job here in Madrid. You can check out the prequel here. Although it was a difficult time in my life, it wasn’t in vain: there were several lessons that I learned from the process. I’d like to share a few here with you all, dear readers, because you may find yourself jumping into the Spanish workforce and with no context whatsoever.

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These Are My Confessions: I’m the Girl Who Never Quits, and I Quit my Job in Spain

I quit. I did it. Life went on. Choose your sanity and your health and your happiness. Value yourself and know your worth. And don’t stay in a place where you don’t feel like your best self... Don’t run at the drop of a dime, or scoff at hard work, but know your limits and stick to them.

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