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Qatar teaching offer - Good for young family?

Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by sheilaleat, Mar 20, 2019.

  1. amysdad

    amysdad Established commenter

    But then, 10000 QAR = £2100 - so not exactly unobtainable, and I'd be expecting more.
     
  2. february31st

    february31st Established commenter

    So the salary on offer for a fully qualified teacher is SO LOW you cannot sponsor your family, a lucky escape I would say.

    How are schools going to attract staff without a living wage! The availability of young, single, cheap teachers is not an inexhaustible supply.
     
  3. taiyah

    taiyah Occasional commenter

    This immigration rule is tough but very standard. It is similar to migrating to Western countries. It is basically an immigration means test that you can support your family. It is also not only for a woman sponsoring their husband. Had a (male) teacher who couldn't bring their family in because they were on one income and the trailing spouse couldn't get a job. Type of passport may also have played a role. Had to prove he had £30-50k in savings for his family to come. Needless to say he didn't last long.

    I think £3000/month or 16000QR seems to be a safe bracket for these type of one income immigration needs for families.
     
  4. truth_seeker12

    truth_seeker12 Occasional commenter

    Resident permit.
     
  5. truth_seeker12

    truth_seeker12 Occasional commenter

    If salary is less than 10k in any job then how would a person survive here? It's good that the first one didn't work out.
     

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