It’s a fact of life that you will not get rich teaching once you enter the world of TEFL. TEFL jobs in Bolivia are a case in point, and while you won’t make a lot of money, you can expect a life-enriching experience should you decide to teach there.
TEFL jobs in Bolivia are plentiful, but the majority tend to be for low pay or no pay. Volunteer jobs are abundant, mostly with NGOs and other non-profit organisations. While most volunteer positions provide free accommodation and a small stipend, it is not enough to live on – this type of job would be well suited to someone who wishes to take a working holiday, or perhaps a retiree. And, let’s face it, money is not the primary reason most people travel abroad to teach – they are there for the experience. Read More
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