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Tutorial: One of My BADASS ESL Job Search Methods How to find English Teacher Position Overseas

I often get asked how I set about discovering works that are not so traditional as well as plastered all over the common sites. In this video, I share a pair tips as well as techniques and teach you how to locate positions that are outside of most individuals's day-to-day searches. The excellent things more often than not depends on the places others do not look.

Tutorial: One of My BADASS ESL Job Search Methods How to find English Teacher Position Overseas

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I frequently get asked how I go about finding jobs that are not so mainstream and plastered all over the usual sites. In this video, I share a couple tips and tricks and teach you how to find positions that are outside of most people's daily searches. The good stuff more often than not lies in the places others do not look.

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  1. Gregory Santos says:

    You are the MAN Ben!!

  2. BenTeachesEnglishOverseas says:

    +Gregory Santos (HMWK) My pleasure. I’m happy to help.

  3. usmanamin38 says:

    Fantastic Ben !!

  4. Miguel de Carvalho says:

    Hi, Ben. My name is Miguel and I wish to teach English as a second Language in either Japan or Korea. Although I am Portuguese, I teach Maths in the UK and I have been living here for 8 years. I am proficient, which according to Cambridge, means I am near the level of a native degree educated person. My goal is to gain experience in teaching English and, further ahead, open my own tuition centre. I have a Business degree, so I think I could teach Business English better than most. Do you think potential employers will consider me? Thanks!

  5. BenTeachesEnglishOverseas says:

    +Miguel de Carvalho I think it will vary from country to country and place to place… there’s only one way to find out. Good luck.

  6. Miguel de Carvalho says:

    Thanks!

  7. Landrover says:

    Hey Ben. Do these websites ever tell you the salary?

  8. BenTeachesEnglishOverseas says:

    +Landrover Almost never.

  9. Traian Ivanescu says:

    You are so kind for sharing your knowledge with us. This is a very good video. Thank you so much! ^_^

  10. BenTeachesEnglishOverseas says:

    +Traian Ivanescu My pleasure.

  11. Shawn McGuire says:

    gREAT sTUFF

  12. Lyzeuph says:

    Thank you so much for this information!

  13. BenTeachesEnglishOverseas says:

    You’re very welcome!

  14. BenTeachesEnglishOverseas says:

    Thanks. Glad you found it useful!

  15. BenTeachesEnglishOverseas says:

    Thanks!

  16. Feedback Films says:

    Ben, you provide THE best advice online about teaching ESL by far. Nobody compares … at least to the ones I can find.

  17. BenTeachesEnglishOverseas says:

    My pleasure… I just try to condense the nonsense. Thanks for the props!

  18. Jeff Yanez says:

    when you send your resume do you do it as a mass email to all the schools at once?

  19. BenTeachesEnglishOverseas says:

    Definitely not for several reasons:
    1.) Emails with multiple BCCs can be blocked by spam filters
    2.) It’s important to reference the job listing in the subject line and
    3.) You need to include any important information specific to that individual job in the body of your email.
    Great question.

  20. Workhorse Animation says:

    Liked and Subscribed , thanks for the great info

  21. Workhorse Animation says:

    Do you know anything about teaching in Vietnam . I think that is where I will be going to teach . Im white, 34 years old Australian and have been teaching Guitar and Computer Animation privately for the last 10 years. I will only have an online tefl . I also have 12 years of schooling with great grades. Do you think the fact that I dont have a degree will affect my chances of finding decently paid work. Kind Regards

  22. Jamie Warner says:

    Ben, you are quickly becoming one of my favorite ESL mentors, life teachers too!!

    Jamie

  23. BenTeachesEnglishOverseas says:

    I’m happy to help and I’m honored to hear that!

  24. francois williams says:

    I am in Mindanao…click my avatar forsomevids my place…its near Enchanted River…Surigao de Sur, Klub Safari…when you back in Asia?

  25. essennagerry says:

    Workhorse Animation I’m sorry I’m not Ben and I haven’t thought in Vietnam, but I have a good freind from there and living there and he says it’s fairly easy to get a job and you can do it as a non-native speaker too. (Such as myself.) So I would _guess_ no BA would be less of a problem than it is in some East Asian countries. If I were you I’d look into job offers to see what they generally require and definitely look into Vietnam’s working visa requirements, having a BA might be one of them. I could ask my friend if he knows of English natives with no BA teaching over there and if they’re doing it all legally.

  26. essennagerry says:

    Not only opened my eyes to this Wikipedia feature, but on how to be assertive as well. Thanks once again for the great advice. ๐Ÿ™‚

  27. BenTeachesEnglishOverseas says:

    Awesome! I’m glad to hear it.

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