Hi all, I am mid-training at the moment, but decided with my mentor to check out the job market at our last meeting, which revealed a couple of jobs in my subject in UAE - which prompted a bit of thought from me about the future career etc. After qualifying this year I will be able to teach all sciences up to KS4, with Chemistry up to KS5 (and Psychology - which my degree is in). Are chemistry teachers as sought after over there as they are in the UK? Now I am well aware that I need to finish training, complete my induction year (and probably a couple more years on top!) before I even think about going abroad, but kind of wanted to get an idea about what life would be like out there as a teacher? Perhaps specifically focusing on: What are the students like in UAE? What kind of salaries are offered to teachers (who say, have 2/3 years teaching experience after qualifying)? Is there a typical benefits package offered to international teachers? What are the best schools over there (specifically Qatar)? Would it be difficult to get a job when returning to the UK after say 5 years? Possibly a bit of a testimonial if you are out there right now too. I would appreciate any answers people could give as this could be something I am very keen on doing in the future! Thanks!