Teach for an academic semester or an academic year.
There are good salaries and benefits. TEFL/TESOL suggested, but not required.
The contract will state that you need to be at the school from 7 am until 4 pm, or 8 am to 5 pm. Teaching hours will be between 18-24 per week. Many schools might let you leave a reasonable amount of time after your last class (2:30/3:30 pm), but that is dependent on the school.
Earn a monthly salary between $900 and $1200 (dependent on location, teaching experience, etc.). That’s twice what a local Thai teacher earns each month. However, with rent around $250 a month and food much less, you can live a nice life as a teacher in Thailand.
Our placements range from Kindergarten, elementary, middle, and high school.