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It's not surprising that teaching English to eager students while experiencing another culture interests so many people. With Japan's welcoming people, rich history, cuisine, art, culture, anime and technology, it's become one of the most popular destinations for those who want to teach English abroad. Meeting new friends, seeing a new country and making a difference in the lives of people who want to understand and use the English language can be very fulfilling.

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  • Teaching requirements for ESL teachers;
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  • Transportation in Japan;
  • Proper etiquette;
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How Much Can I Earn?
Monthly Salary:
200,000 - 300,000 JPY?
1,770 - 2,650 USD
Private Tutoring per Hour:
1,500 - 3,000 JPY
13 - 27 USD
Income Tax Rate:
5 - 11%
Ability to Save per year:
500 - 12,000 USD

What Are My Benefits?
Accommodations:
Sometimes included or allowance may be given
Airfare:
Rarely included
Health Care:
Usually included
Holidays:
Paid

What Will Teaching Be Like?
Teaching Hours:
30 - 40
Typical Contract Length:
One year preferred; short-term may be available
Typical Start Date:
March/April, August/September, or year round
Application Timeline:
3 - 6 months


What Do I Need?
Work Visa:
Employer sponsors
Education Requirements:
Bachelor's Degree
Oxford Seminars TESOL/TESL/TEFL Certificate
Additional Notes:
Contract completion bonus typically included
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