If you are interested in teaching English in Taiwan, then you definitely want to check out the posts below. We have over 20 posts and counting (and something like 20,000 words!) covering all aspects of what it’s like to teach in Taiwan.
Check back often as we’ll update this page with any new posts we write that are related to teaching in Taiwan. However, don’t hesitate to contact us if you don’t see your burning question(s) answered in one of the posts below.
- 5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Coming to Taiwan
- Country Showdown Part 2: Taiwan vs. Japan
- Teaching English in Taiwan at Hess
- Taiwan Vs Korea: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
- 5 Reasons to Quit Your Boring Job and Teach English in Taiwan
- Should You Use a Recruiter to Find a Teaching Job in Taiwan?
- Differences Between Teaching English to Adults and Children
- Visa Basics for Living and Working in Taiwan
- Pros and Cons of Teaching English at a Chain School
- What Exactly is a Buxiban?
- Frequently Asked Questions About Teaching English in Taiwan
- 5 Challenges for Those New to Teaching English in Taiwan
- Teaching English in Taiwan: The Interview
- What is the Best Time of Year to Move to Taiwan?
- How Teaching English in Taiwan Can Help You Pay Off Your Student Loans
- What to Expect While Teaching English in a Buxiban
- English Teaching Options and Opportunities in Taiwan
- Teach English, Study Chinese and Other Opportunities in Taiwan
- Even English Teachers Need a Resume
Note: Although we do our best to keep all of this info as up-to-date as possible, such as salaries and the general teaching market’s need for foreign teachers, the more this resource grows, the easier it is to let minor details that fluctuate over time go overlooked, especially with older posts.
Please keep in mind that whenever we discuss money, we try and convert the number from Taiwan’s NT dollar to America’s USD (Sorry European readers, Nick and I are American, so no Euro conversions at this time). Overall, the NT and USD spread has remained fairly consistent over the last decade, so any variance is most likely very minor.