course and TEFL Jobs in Germany
Germany is a fairly
mature market when it comes to finding work as a TEFL teacher,
but if you have the right skillset, you can do pretty well
Much of the teaching in Germany is
in corporate spheres, so any experience you have in any
area of industry, science, technology, general business
will most likely be welcome.
It may be quite hard to find sufficient work within an
existing language school, but as a freelancer, if you're
prepared to go it alone, the payback appears to be good.
The lack of abundant private English schools like you'd
find in, say, Spain, probably comes down to the fact that
state teaching of languages is so thorough in Germany.
This means that you're most likely to be teaching highish
levels - probably from intermediate level upwards. It also
means that, whilst you may get odd requests for English
for younger learners, these are more likely to be the exception
than the rule.