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How to Earn more money as an ESL teacher

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Earning more money as an ESL teacher isn’t as hard as other professions. This is because the demand for native English teachers is so high and the number of English learners overseas is increasing more and more every year. Plus, English teaching can’t be automated so you don’t have to worry about a robot replacing your job. That’s why TESOL teaching is such a great career choice to secure your future.

We know that you learned how to save money as an ESL teacher on this blog. But now you want to increase those savings by earning more money. Well, here is the post you’ve been waiting for. EARN MORE MONEY AS AN ESL TEACHER -ATA TESOL COLLEGE

Here are our tips to earn more money as an ESL teacher.

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How to Save Money as an ESL Teacher

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According to , Australian debt is the highest in the world, with Australians relying heavily on loan products like credit cards and car loans. The debt has increased from 104% in the 90s to over 212% per household in 2015. This means if the average person earns $80,000 net, they are spending $169,600 per year.

So, most Australians have no way to save money while living and working in Australia. That’s why many of our ATA TESOL teachers made one of the best decisions of their lives to become conversational English teachers overseas. Many have thanked us for opening up a world of travel, career opportunities, and increased savings or ways to eliminate their debt for them.


Here are our tips to save money as a TESOL teacher overseas.

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Must-Eat Izakaya (Bar) Food in Tokyo

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This post is by Kyo from Tokyo, Japan. He is our amazing intern here at ATA TESOL College. Today he will share with us the best foods to eat at an Izakaya, a Japanese bar with food, in Tokyo. 

Izakaya Food Tokyo - ATA TESOL College


Bar (Izakaya) at Tokyo

There are also a lot of bar in Japan, we call this “Izakaya”. Izakaya is very different from western bar. Today, I am going to introduce Japanese bar to you more deeply.

The best way to experience Japan and all it has to offer is by becoming a TESOL teacher to teach conversational English.

Make sure to check out our courses page to find out about TESOL.

Or email us at to find out more today!

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