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Is it still possible to teach in Greece?

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  • Cam
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    16 November, 2012 at 15:05
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    Hello,

    I am planning on doing a TEFL course early next year in the hope to use this qualification to work in Greece, preferably in Athens. And how difficult is it under the current economic climate to find a job in Greece?

    Any advice would be great

    Thanks

    ICAL TEFL
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    17 November, 2012 at 13:35
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    Reply To: Is it still possible to teach in Greece?

    It’s possible but it is getting harder to find work in Greece. I know of English teachers who’ve found their hours reduced and private lessons are also getting harder to come by. If you are qualified then (degree + tefl cert) then you may be lucky, but to be honest now is probably not the right time to be heading out there unless you have a job lined up already.


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    dan
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    12 February, 2013 at 16:15
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    Reply To: Is it still possible to teach in Greece?

    …unless you have a job lined up already.

    With this in mind, maybe try contacting some schools directly, see if they have any vacancies. There’s a list of schools here: http://www.eslbase.com/schools/greece

    Kris The Greek
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    22 February, 2013 at 16:05
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    Reply To: Is it still possible to teach in Greece?

    No. It’s a waste of time looking. The economy is terrible and schools are sacking teachers. Don’t bother.

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