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Spending holidays abroad can be on the most difficult parts of ESL jobs abroad. Many people find themselves in a state of culture shock and feel lonely and sad that they aren't back at home unwrapping gifts and gorging on food with their family and friends. But spending holidays abroad doesn't have to be all sadness and tears.

Hello everyone!

So, here are some updates:

1) Re: the CRCC China Internship, I was ultimately not selected. However, I had made it to the "finalist" list, with there being ten of us on that e-mail, from out of over 500 applicants initially. I noted that I was a "finalist" on my CV, and they agreed that they could verify so if needed.

Michael Lewis is a financial contributor who writes about business, money management, financial planning, and tax tips.

Overseas jobs for certified teachers can be an incredibly lucrative way to make some money, see the world, and advance their career. While jobs aren't as plentiful as they are in the traditional ESL market, international public school teaching jobs are possible to find. Abu Dhabi, Hong Kong, and Kazakhstan are three places looking to hire qualified public school teachers abroad.

While many Americans, Canadians, and other native English speakers venture to Asian countries to begin their ESL careers, and do this shortly after graduating from college, many others have, and are finding rewarding work in the Middle East. Despite a sluggish global economy, with its overall toll on the financial industry worldwide, teaching in the Middle East can be financially worthwhile.


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