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How to land a job with non-teaching spouse & child

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by bbibbler, Apr 2, 2011.

  1. bbibbler

    bbibbler New commenter

    Waiting for the 2 years to gain some experience would be a good idea and would widen the net slightly.

    Would your husband be willing to do some volentry work during that time? If he could show a willingness to work with children, it may improve his chances. Could he coach little legue?

    There are certain countries in the ME where a wife cannot sponsor her husband.

    Some schools (not top tier) prefer teachers with families, it raises the number of white faces they can have in website photos.

    If a top school wants you, they will take you and look after the whole family

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