Cheap cost of living, attractive salary will be at 17000 RMB monthly after tax. Welcom to China!
31st July 2019
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ESL teachers needed in Changzhou - Competitive salary and benefits pack - Free flight ticket to China provided upfront
China is an amazing country, full of world-class tourist attractions and fantastic modern structures that would appeal to the eyes of every foreigner.
For those looking for more than just a passing tourist glimpse of China, one of the easiest ways to stay in China to truly soak it all in is to teach English to the natives. Thanks to its high population and economic growth, the demand for the English language is very high.
There are lots of potential benefits of teaching ESL in China. If you are an individual who’s considering teaching English abroad, please check this job:
Who are we?
Founded in 2009, First Leap English is a business unit of TAL (Tomorrow Advancing Life) Education Group (NYSE: TAL) and was created to provide much needed quality afterschool English training for children aged 2 – 15 years old in a fun, motivating, and entirely English speaking environment.
The company is flourishing and expanding across China, with over 500 training centers in 50 cities, and is recognized as a top 3 brand in the Chinese education industry.
At First Leap, we will train you every step of the way.It´s all about helping you become the best version of you. Our training team is here for you!
2. What should you know about Changzhou?
Location: Changzhou lies in the south of Jiangsu Province, Yangtze Delta area, neighboring Taihu Lake and Shanghai in the east, Nanjing in the west, and shares the boundary with Anhui Province in the south.
The four seasons varies greatly during a year. Spring and autumn are moderate, while summer and winter go extremely opposite.
History: This area was initially recorded as Yanling in the Spring and Autumn Period (770 BC - 476 BC), and the name was continued to be used for about 350 years. It was changed successively into Piling later on. It gained the name of Changzhou in the Sui Dynasty (581 - 618).