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Although there is currently no abundance of TEFL jobs in Papua New Guinea, there is certainly an increasing demand for English in the country. This new demand is already leading to a growth in paid ESL teaching positions, so for those keen to find work in this intriguing and unique country, now may be the best time to try.
Despite the country being home to a variety of different languages, it should be noted that English is the official language of Papua New Guinea’s government. This may be a driving factor in the nation’s increased desire to learn English. Currently only a very small percentage of the population speak English, which may be affecting the potential for growth in certain fields. Renewed intentions to increase English ability has meant that high schools are now instructing their pupils in the language. Read More
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