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Teaching English in Greece

 
Greece
 


Population:
10,964,020    Capital: Athens    Currency: Euro

Languages: Greek

More Information on Greece: Greece offers a year-round warm, mediterranean climate and many islands to explore. Athens offers historic sites such as The Acropolis and other major historic sites around Greece.

In addition to this, northern Greece offers mountainous areas that are great for hiking and the south offers an abundance of beaches and water activities.

 

     
  Teachers Needed in Greece
 

European countries always require English teachers for business, industry, and because of its world language status.

The average monthly salary is 500 - 1,000 EUR, the average monthly cost of living is 400 - 500 EUR, and vacation time is typically paid. Accommodations may be provided depending on the teaching position, and health care is typically provided at a cost. For more information about teaching in Greece and becoming an overseas English teacher contact Global Tesol.

 

Requirements:

University Degree and Global TESOL College Certificate

Monthly Salary:

500-1,000 EUR

Typical Contract:

Nine months to one year

High Hiring Season:

January, August

Teaching Hours/Week:

25-32

Private Tutoring:

15-20 EUR /hr

Accommodations:

Employer assisted

Airfare:

Usually not included

Health Care:

Provided, 11-16 % deduction

Holidays:

Paid

Visa:

Difficult for non-EU citizens; employer must prove teacher is expert in his/her field and that they are not taking position from the EU citizen. Employer must be willing to sponsor visa.

Income Tax:

5-40 %

Exchange rate:

$ 1 CAN = 0.73 EUR

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