Hey everyone! I appreciate this subject has probably been flogged to death and i've trawled the forums to death but wanted to just get an opinion/collective wisdom. This year has been a total nightmare so far, illness in the family, new baby and the Corvid-19 situation has all meant that at the blink of an eye, our finances might be totally depleted (my partner runs a small business that is all but in suspended animation right now). This has lead me to considering something I would not have considered in the "good times" - which is considering teaching abroad as an Educational Mercenary. About me Primary School Teacher (SLT) - 10 yrs experience teaching KS2 and KS3 Myself and My Fiancee have a 3 month old baby - So not bothered about party lifestyle or anything like that. We're too tired/not alien to a night in in front of the tv as we seem to get on fortunately. We're just happy to be Just happy to be boring, diligent and save some cash for a year or two My Fiancee runs a small business that can be run remotely (his 2 employees work remotely in the Netherlands) Thinking about taking the plunge to start in 2021 I've taught in two schools in my career - really diverse - different cultures, different abilities etc so I'd say i'm reasonably adaptable. To be honest, I am a little nervous about the idea of moving abroad but I think the global situation has acted as a little bit of a pattern-interrupt and has woken us up from our suburban sleep-walk and the comfort blanket has been swept from under us - so as it stands, we're in a bit of a "Screw it let's do it" frame of mind at the moment. I'll bore you guys with more questions, but at this point. I just wanted to get some opinions on where would be the best place to go where I can make (and save) the most cash! Not keen on China and obviously aware that Dubai is the obvious option, but to be honest I don't really care! NB - Fully aware that Corvid-19 means everything is in the air so let's imagine we're in a post Coronavirus world where things sort of return to "normal" Any help/thoughts would be amazing! Thanks guys.