Esl Cafe

Written by Rylee Newton
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One of the best ways to find work teaching ESL, or English as a second language, is to check out the job postings in the education department of most local colleges and universities. If you don't have time to visit a local college, or there simply isn't one in your area, you might want to consider looking for teaching work online.

One of the great things about looking for work online is the fact that the listings are constantly updated. For example, on Dave's ESL Cafe, a popular website for educators and ESL students, you can find teaching jobs in Japan, Mexico, Chile and Spain. If you have always wanted to travel, but you didn't think you could afford it, think again. Teaching ESL and EFL are great ways to earn money while you explore the world at-large.

ESL Networking

Another great thing about Dave's site and many of the other popular sites is the ability to speak live with people all over the world in chat rooms. These chat rooms allow you to communicate with other teachers and students 24 hours a day. These chat rooms give people the chance to share their experiences, offer advice, and even provide tips for surviving and thriving in new environments.

Another great thing about Dave's site is a feature that allows you to post your resume. School administration officials from all over the world log onto this site to check for qualified candidates. You can even update your resume to include recent work experience or additional educational training. There's no denying the impact of posting your resume online. When you consider how many candidates are vying for the same position, it just makes sense to do everything you can to earn that competitive edge.

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