Greece is located in Southern Europe, bordering the Aegean Sea, Ionian Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea, between Albania and Turkey. It is famous for its long history and beautiful ancient architectures. The population of Greece is about 10 million.

Greece combines all of the charm of ancient ruins and traditions with the perks of the modern age. Choose a peaceful small town or a thriving metropolis; Greece has both. The capital city of Athens has 3.2 million people and an unmistakably unique atmosphere. Even with the economic problems, people are still moving to Greece. The beauty of the country and the Greek lifestyle is what attracts ex-pats from all over the world. Greeks are strong believers in ‘Don’t live to work, rather work to live’ and, like other Mediterranean countries, an appreciation of good company and good food. So brush up on your Greek alphabet and take the plunge into the vibrant Greek culture. Taking the opportunity to teach in Greece will change how you live your life.

Average Monthly Salary
US $650 – $1200
Average Monthly Cost Of Living
US $500
Peak Hiring Times
The best time to look for a position in Greece is in the spring, since the school year in Greece is timed the same as in most other countries and you’ll rarely find anyone working on a vacation.
Visa Requirements
A visa is required for stays of over 90 days in Greece.
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