Hi! I'm a British TESOL teacher here. I worked in Japan for 8.5 years. Did a mixture of things - conversation, high school teaching, taught kids and taught at Universities (through conversation program connected to university) Then I moved to Canada and now I work at a language school here. Conditions are not great, but it is nice as I always wanted to live in the US and I guess this is the closest I'll get. I am thinking about taking that next step by getting a masters in TESOL then maybe moving back to Asia with that, or using it to get a better gig here. I might move back to Japan or try Malaysia. Just wondering if anyone had any experience teaching in Canada full time? Did getting the masters help? Did it help you in Asia? I'm also considering moving back to the UK and getting a PGCE to teach at international school. Having not lived in the UK for 10 years, I have no idea if I could move back and get all the background checks and stuff. There's also the weird psychological aspects after all this time in exile, which I suppose is a comfortable discomfort for me now. Or if this whole idea is stupid, then let me know that too. It's very hard to imagine moving anywhere now what with COVID.