As one of the most secure and stable South American countries, Uruguay is certainly an attractive location for adventurous ESL teachers hoping to flex their EFL skills. Though long-term and highly paid TEFL jobs in Uruguay might not be plentiful, there are certainly opportunities for those with the patience to look.
There is certainly an interest in increasing English in Uruguay. Spanish is the country’s first language, yet increased trade and relations with the United States has meant an increased demand for English in the workplace, while state-run schools have also prioritised teaching of the language. Read More
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