Come Teach English In Brazil: How Teaching English Can Be Your Dream Job

Teach English in Brazil

About Katia Castro

Katia Castro has written 9 post in this blog.

Katia is from São Paulo, . She has more than 15 years of experience in teaching English as a second language. Her major interests are in languages, arts, culture, travel, gastronomy and cinema. Lately, she has been engaged in writing English course books for a big publishing company in Brazil.


You can teach English in Brazil and teaching English can be your Dream Job!

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How’s your life right now?

Let me ask you something. And please be honest.

How do you feel about your job? (Assuming that you have one right now.)

Are you fairly compensated for your efforts? Do you have time to relax and enjoy life?

And how about where you live – Do you live in one of the most beautiful places in the world, with amazing beaches, friendly people, a wide choice of activities at reasonable costs?

Hey, you may be perfectly happy where you are now, doing what you’re doing every day.

If that’s the case, I say, “Good for you! More power to you!”

Why did you click over to this page?

But odds are, if you are reading this now, something is missing. You clicked over to read this for some reason. Does one of these sound like you?

  • You recently graduated, and you aren’t sure what you want to do with the rest of your life.
  • You don’t have a job, and the prospects in the current economy aren’t good.
  • You have a job, but you crave something different, something more meaningful – and maybe even fun!
  • You’re heading into middle age and realizing that the track you’ve been on is not the track you want to stay on.
  • You simply would like to have a little adventure in your life, to create some amazing stories.
  • Maybe you currently teach, and have grown disillusioned by long hours, low pay, an administration that hinders more than it helps, students who don’t take their studies seriously, and parents who would rather blame you than make their kids study.
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I don’t know your reason for clicking over to this page, but something brought you here. Something about teaching English here in Brazil appealed to you.

It should!

Brazil could be your new reality – YOUR ace in the hole. And Teaching English in Brazil shows you how.

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Brazil is a great place to be right now…

You’ve probably read about Brazil in the news. The World Cup 2014 was held in arenas across the country. (And how about all those nice things World Cup attendees said about Brazilians?) The 2016 Olympic Games will be held in Rio. Lots of events and attention means lots of travelers to Rio and to Brazil.

And that means that the demand for English is higher than ever before.

But aside from these events, which will come and go, tourism continues to increase here. And the oil and gas business is a huge employer here. Brazil continues to expand its role in the world – in business and in politics.

These factors contribute to an increased – and continuing – demand for English.

The fact is that you, simply by good fortune, have a skill that is very much in demand around the world: You know English.

That skill could take you may places. May I suggest Brazil?! Here are a few reasons.

  • You can start work almost immediately. I had my first classes my second week in Rio.
  • You don’t need experience, just a knowledge of English.
  • You don’t need to make a heavy investment. (The internet will be your most valuable resource.)
  • Pay is good if you know how to market yourself. (And I’ll show you how!) In Rio, one the largest markets, you can currently earn 70-80 reais per hour, and in Sao Paulo even more than that. (Two reais buy more or less the same as one dollar.)
  • Hours are flexible. Expect to have 5-6 hours of class per day. Some teachers prefer to fill their schedules Monday – Thursday and take Fridays off.
  • If you have knowledge in a specialized field (petroleum, aviation, any medical specialty, hospitality and tourism, restaurants, to name a few), it’s even easier to find good-paying work.
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Of course, all this is a lot easier to attain and to attain quickly if you know how. And Teaching English in Brazil shows you how to be successful at teaching and avoid problems.

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