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English language fluency in speaking, reading, and writing
Energetic, outgoing, and passionate
Enjoy teaching and sharing your knowledge with others
No TEFL/TESOL or Bachelor's degree required!
Our Hiring Process: Interview with a recruiter > Self-introduction video > Offer > Contract > Flight tickets > Visa documents > Teaching in China
Average teaching hours per week: 20-25 teaching hours & 15 office time hours
What is the job type? Kindergarten education, training centers and language schools (3-12 years old kids)
Average cost of living per month: $400-700 USD (2800 - 4900 RMB) depending on your lifestyle, accommodation is free
Start-up Cost: Flight ticket + money for the first month of living in China until you get the first salary (~$400 USD)
Flight Reimbursement: Flight ticket reimbursement after 6 months (the amount should not exceed 5000 RMB)
Although apartments for rent in Shenzhen are not expensive and you can easily find a nice 45m2 place for as little as $570, teachers usually get free accommodation as the schools cover their rent.
It’s another way to encourage qualified foreigners and make them stay longer, because, let’s face it – China is very cheap, and if you get to save extra five hundred every month, you can make your life even more comfortable!
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When you decide to teach English in China programs seem to be as diverse, as nowhere else. Shenzhen is on the list of the most popular ones.
Located in the south-east and really close to the Hong Kong Special Region, this city is one of the hottest destinations for job seekers all over the world. Imagine, that 30 years ago it was just a small fishing village.
Then, thanks to Hong Kong’s economic development, it grew very quickly into a huge and dynamic city, with its own eclectic culture, the atmosphere of freedom and excitement.
For many foreigners teaching English in Shenzhen is an opportunity to move somewhere with a pleasant climate, close to great Asian tourist destinations, where they could increase their income.
There are over 108 education institutions, including middle schools and 5 most popular language courses, all of which constantly need professional teachers to let children and adults learn to speak the language better and faster.
Both native and non-native speakers are hired here, so your nationality doesn’t really matter – language skills and your professional level are way more important.
This middle-sized city is a wonderful example of the great potential of the Chinese economy. The most appealing thing about this place is that it has some of the best schools to teach English in China, offering good pay and a very high standard of life.
This city is full of foreigners and people from all other Chinese provinces, which makes it unique and very multicultural. You can easily make friends with locals, just drinking beer at a local bar on a weekend, or meet an American in the street. It’s an immigrant city and everyone is a bit of a “foreigner” here.
Food is very diverse in this region because there are many immigrants from other parts of China, so is Shenzhen you can find everything from Western dishes to regional cuisine. But there is a local particularity: since the city is on the coastline, fish and seafood are the main ingredients. Oysters, shrimp, and lobsters are very casual here, you can find these at every ordinary restaurant. It’s recommended to eat out at some good Cantonese restaurant, while you are in the region, and try the Cha Siu Bao buns filled with barbecue pork or the Lo Bak Go cakes with a turnip. These are simply delicious!
Actually, it’s the most frequently asked one. People, who decide to teach English abroad, often seek adventure, fresh impressions, entertainment, because they tend to have a lot of free time. Shenzhen is ideal for any sort of activity you like – there are nightclubs, hiking or soccer clubs, there are concerts, exhibitions, and all sorts of classes you can imagine.
Unlike in many other cities (including Beijing), living in Shenzhen, you won’t feel any different from being at home.
People here are more used to seeing foreigners, especially those with different complexion or speaking other languages.
It’s one of the rare places, where being a “laowai” doesn’t equal being a star. So, if you are shy and feel awkward when people take pictures of you in the street, Shenzhen might be the right place for you.
If you don’t really like snow and frost, you’ll like it here. Winters are not only mild but very short too. You can enjoy exotic fruit, sun and warm weather all the rest of the year. Rainy days and grey skies occur very rarely.
Isn’t it something you’ve always wanted? Wake up, teach others to speak your language, then put your swimsuit on and head to the nearest beach to wash away your fatigue and enjoy yourself! There are more than 12 natural sandy beaches near Shenzhen, so you’ll have a lot of options.
Living here, you have an endless list of what to do on weekends, and where to go, and what places to visit abroad, because it’s so much easier and faster to go to South Korea, Japan or Vietnam from here.
In fact, many foreigners come to teach English in Beijing, just because it’s a couple of hours away from other great Asian destinations, and it’s a chance to travel cheap and fast during their contract.
This is one of those cities, where living on a teacher salary is not about counting every single cent you earn, but about pleasure and comfort.
In fact, a single person will only need about $500 per month to make ends meet.
Since a minimum salary is three times higher, you can see why many teachers can afford regular trips to Macau, Hong Kong or around China, eat out a few times a week, buy beautiful things, send gifts home and still save some money.
A basic lunch here costs about $7, a monthly transport ticket is only $29, a cocktail or a beer will cost $6-9.
Many English teachers jobs in China offer very good conditions and bonuses, but the ecological situation in most big cities is alarming.
However, Shenzhen is a wonderful exception – the quality of the air is good, so you won’t have to worry about your skin or your lungs.
This is especially important for teachers with small children or those, who experience breathing problems. Living near the sea is even beneficial for those with bronchitis or suffering from minor breathing issues.