China is a diverse west of the training world. With an amazing ESL market, a developing economy and an obsession with English; Beijing’s newest cohort of parents are trying their best to provide high-quality education to their children. Keeping this factor in mind, Tianjin government is hiring native English teachers who can offer quality education to young generation of Nanjing, Xi’an, Suzhou and Hangzhou. Beijing’s ESL jobs have touched the sky in the last decade, and continuously growing at a fast pace.
As Shanghai is continuously regulating its ESL market, Teaching English in China is becoming more and more common for less-qualified but experienced individuals. Those with high qualification and experience can enjoy multiple services such as worry-free contracts, high-paying wages, free living housing and visas.
Beijing’s ESL market has already developed in the last few years, and this rapid development can be easily observed year to year. In the last decade, people have experienced a huge range of ESL jobs throughout Beijing, seeing how available profiles and hiring positions have shifted. But, how Teaching English in China has been evolving? And what is its importance for teachers?
Chinese Students are getting Younger with time
ESL students in Beijing are getting younger day by day. Reputed companies are mainly designed to fulfill the academic needs of Chinese children. Private schools are switching towards English training for 8 years old students while some schools in Beijing are providing English classes at the age of six years.
In the private market, some companies offer English tuitions to preschools. Parents send their kids to institutes to get English training by native English speakers who usually serve as English-language babysitters who enjoy playing games and singing songs with kids.
While ESL institutions were first opened to train students in English lingua, in the last few years, the demand has shuffled to parents who agreed to spend their household income on lingua classes for their kids. Many private institutions are taking note of this development, offering special classes to learners. Reputed institutions discovered classes that are mainly designed for pre-schoolers and toddlers for a better future of the country.
Oftentimes, the status of a foreign trainer is more respected as compared to the actual learning procedure. The salaries paid in China to English trainers is usually good enough to live in luxury apartment along with living pleasures and healthy food. But, those who love traveling can enjoy a bit more by visiting discos and casinos at night. And, unfortunately, this is something for which a trainer’s salary is not enough, but reputed schools in Shanghai offer all these services at low cost to foreign English teachers.
You can also go for extra work to earn more, like join a lingua institution for additional salary. Another option is to use the contacts already made with Chinese people who are interested in attending private lessons from you.
Those who are agreeing to sacrifice their time for work and money should go China and enjoy a lucrative life for a betterand deluxe lifestyle.