Good evening Everyone! I am a newbie to this subject and appreciate any advice and answers you can help me with. My husband and I are thinking about looking into moving abroad in the next few years if we can find a good opportunity overseas at an international English speaking school. I am in my 7th year of teaching primary school in North America (4 years in US and this is my 3rd year in Canada). I am a certified teacher here in Canada and the USA, with experience in both the public and charter school systems. I believe I have a strong resume and great references. My husband is an engineer/project manager with about 9 years of experience. We currently do not have any children. We are most interested in looking for opportunities in SE Asia and Eastern Europe, but would definitely be open to other areas of the world as well. We would love to live in central Europe and teach there, however we realize those locations quite sought after. We are not looking to chase the highest salary and realize the cost of living in a city is a big part of the equation. As a result, we are not wanting to chase the most popular locations where the salaries are low (and cost of living is high). We are looking for a safe adventure, where we can travel extensively, live comfortably and save some money. We have watched a few YouTube videos on the subject, but would appreciate any further personal tips and sharing of resources to make the search and overall process more efficient. Given my professional teaching certifications, I believe we would be targeting private English schools, catering to expats children. If this is an incorrect assumption... please correct me. I have read a little bit about a couple of the large recruitment firms that provide a paid service, but do not have an in depth understanding of their value. 1. What advice can you provide a couple in our situation (experienced US/Canadian primary teacher and a 'trailing' engineer/project manager husband)? 2. Any suggestions on how to best prepare myself over the next 6-18 months to build the strongest resume possible while here in North America and increase my chances of landing a desirable position in a great school overseas? 3. Are there any 'how to guides' available out on the internet that are worthwhile reading? At this point, we are open and willing to start reading, but would appreciate any advice on how to get started. I am sure I will have many follow up questions down the line, but just wanted to start out with a few basic questions. I really appreciate everyone's time and the willingness to help us out! Have a wonderful evening!