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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)
Being among the cheapest towns in China, it still offers free housing and other bonuses.
This makes living in Yanjiao as a foreigner an enjoyable experience if you are thinking of a quiet and peaceful place not far from the capital.
Applying for English teaching jobs in Yanjiao, you get:
Most employers cover 100% of rent, but utilities (up to $57 per month) will be on you.
Submit your application now and get to teach English in Yanjiao with one of the top schools.
Looking for Yanjiao English teaching jobs? Great choice: this small Hebei city is constantly growing and developing for the last few years.
Yanjiao jobs for foreigners might not be very diverse, but if you are into education, you’ll surely find something decent, because ESL teachers – both native and non-native ones are valued and needed here.
There are currently around 117 different elementary and middle schools and kindergartens, in want of English speakers willing to teach. There are a few international schools, too.
If you are not afraid of commuting and feel ready to explore life outside Yanjiao, China has lots to offer, like part-time jobs in bigger cities in the province or even positions are top schools in the capital.
Most travelers hardly ever heard of the Yanjiao city, even though it’s one of the most dynamic towns in China: its population has grown from 30,000 to 700,000 people in just 10 years.
Today many Beijing employees, who don’t possess a local hukou, can’t buy property within the capital.
They move to Yanjiao and settle there, so it’s considered one of its suburbs, situated 1 hour away.
Many people actually prefer Yanjiao neighborhoods to the hustle and bustle of more important Chinese cities.
Currently, around 300,000 people, living in Yanjiao, commute between office and home every day.
Some of them are foreign teachers, who can benefit from cheap food and services while earning a good salary.
Prices are at least 50% lower than in the capital. You can afford a lot with $300 here, plus you can put by significant amounts every month.
Although the city is small, the Yanjiao expat community is quite developed here: you can meet people at tea houses, cinemas or on the bus to Beijing.
Foreigners sometimes organize parties and get together, so it’s easy to make new friends if you go out often enough.
There is an impressive quantity of Chinese restaurants, bars, and tea houses, but there is almost nowhere to order Western food.
Here you can try some Hebei specialties and Beijing dishes like the famous lion-shaped fish, tofu jelly or quick-boiled tripes.
Don’t forget about the delicious eight-treasure golden rice dessert and almond porridge, if you like sweet dishes.
Hot and rainy summers, cool and snowy winters are two things, that characterize it best.
Normally the temperature goes up to 28...32 C (82...89.6 F) in July and rarely goes below 3 C (37.4 F) in January, which is the coldest month.
The air quality is not extraordinary, but quite tolerable, compared to the heart of Beijing. Air purifiers and masks are a must, especially in winter!
Although there is no particular cultural life, you still have plenty of places to go to during your free time, since the area is quite green, with river banks and parks, ideal for evening walks.
There are shops, cinemas, bars, and restaurants with modern design and traditional cuisine. Plus, teaching in Yanjiao you can take a bus and spend a weekend in the capital.
Interested in traveling?
Take a train or a plane from Beijing and visit other parts of the country.
Unfortunately, you can’t go directly from Yanjiao, because it doesn’t have any stations.