The Georgian government is actively trying to increase the standard of English taught in schools and demand for tuition is growing. It is easy to find voluntary work and low-paying positions in this beautiful and welcoming nation but even well-qualified and experienced TESOL teachers may find it difficult to find a well-paid position. This is, however, likely to change in the near future as the country rapidly modernizes and cements its reputation as a fascinating and safe destination. Teaching resources are generally few and far between, and, whilst being very friendly, students can be somewhat unmotivated. Alcohol is a great social catalyst in Georgian society so non-drinkers may feel left out at times.

Average Monthly Salary
US $500 – $2500
Average Monthly Cost Of Living
Villages US $50 – $150 / Cities US $200 – $800
Peak Hiring Times
Before the school semester begins in the Autumn months; usually August and September or during January and February.
Visa Requirements
Employers usually take care of work permit arrangements.
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