When teachers first look at teaching jobs abroad the first question they want answered is "How Much Money Can I Make As A Teacher Abroad?" For teaching jobs in England, they particularly worry about the cost of living and if they will earn enough to survive living there. I completely understand. I've answered this a thousand times and will likely answer it a thousand more. Before I go on, here are some blog posts I recommend:
Insert "Catchy Title About Money" Here written by one of our teachers, Erika
Yes, you'll earn good money. Yes, you'll pay off some debt and yes, you'll travel heaps.
Here's an interesting article about teachers earning $125 000 in America schools. Elissa Gootman writes,
"The school, called the Equity Project, is premised on the theory that excellent teachers — and not revolutionary technology, talented principals or small class size — are the critical ingredient for success. Experts hope it could offer a window into some of the most pressing and elusive questions in education: Is a collection of superb teachers enough to make a great school? Are six-figure salaries the way to get them? And just what makes a teacher great?"Wow. I bet you have something to add to this discussion. What do you think?
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