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The Top 5 Most Popular Teaching Locations in 2020

Ibiza: Very popular as a TEFL destination, especially with Brits looking for a less stressful lifestyle, Ibiza is actually a very mixed bag. However, most teachers speak of great weather, lovely beaches, nice people and a reasonable salary. One of the smallest Balearic Islands, Ibiza is home to a rich culture which takes the best from Spain and blends it with its own unique Balearic way of life. Inland you can enjoy lushly vegetated landscapes, whilst along the coast endless sun-drenched beaches

Iceland: The level of English is very high in Iceland so there is not a great demand for English tuition from the local population. However, limited opportunities to teach Advanced and Business English classes do exist in Reykjavik and these are popular with foreigners working in Iceland. Salaries are relatively low although it can be very lucrative for EU nationals to open up their own language schools if they wish to make Iceland a long-term home

Tahiti: There is a growing demand for English Teachers in French Polynesia, mainly in Tahiti, but also in Bora Bora and Mo'orea. We have noticed that more language schools in the past few years welcome applications from foreign professionals who are willing to permanently relocate to this magnificent island nation in the South Pacific. Futhermore there are no age restrictions and in many cases schools here even prefer Teachers with extensive teaching experience

Italy: There is high demand for English tuition in Italy. As one of the most beautiful countries in Europe, and boasting some of the world’s finest cuisine, it is a popular destination for TEFL teachers. Be warned that you will not become rich teaching English here and may need to take on more than one job to pay the high city rents and taxes. As usual in Western Europe, it is much easier for English-speaking EU nationals to find work due to European bureaucracy

U.A.E.: The U.A.E. offers some of the very best TEFL salaries in the world. If you work here for a few years you should be able to buy a nice house outright back in the West. But that’s if you can handle living in such a place for such a length of time. As with all Gulf States, the ultra-strict Muslim way of life is not particularly compatible with other belief systems and therefore many Westerners will require considerable time to adjust to their different cultural environment