The Czech Republic stands at the heart of Central Europe as a gateway between western and eastern European ideals and culture. A glance into this unique part of the world captures the tightly fitted red-roofed houses that rise from the cobblestone streets winding into alleyways, hidden passageways, unlikely architectural surprises and trendy restaurants and bars. In current years, the Czech Republic has developed into an important location for business, investment and tourism. English teachers at public schools, language academies and private tutors have grown in demand in the capital city of Prague and smaller rural towns.

Average Monthly Salary
US $600 – $1000
Average Monthly Cost Of Living
US $600 – $900
Peak Hiring Times
September – January
Visa Requirements
Long-term Visa (D Visa): Designed for those staying in the Czech Republic for a period of time longer than 90 days up to a maximum of six months.
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