Recession Proof TESOL Certification

With job creation at a record low and student debt totalling $1 trillion in the United States, many university graduates find that TESOL is a great opportunity to save some money and have a lot of fun.

Teach English abroad! Explore another culture, learn a new language, and travel to places you’ve always dreamt of.

East Asia is the most popular destination for native-speakers from US, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa who want to TESOL.

The average salary in Asia is $1,500/month and 90% of the schools pay for accommodation, travel expenses, and health insurance. You can easily save $5,000 per year if you spend wisely. Teaching experience is not required and a recognized TESOL certificate course only costs $285.