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The appeal of working in one of the most visited jewels of the Caribbean draws many ESL and EFL job seekers to the Dominican Republic. The demand for their services is strong.
As one would imagine, the majority of positions can be found in the urban areas, most with private language academies, where, for the most part, you can expect to be teaching adults and business professionals looking to advance their careers. As a result, expect to be working early in the morning and late at night, when these students are available for classes. And while one would expect the tourist industry to be a major source of students – most employers require English as a condition of employment – this is not the case. At any rate, the job outlook is good. Read More
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