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Just wanted to share a few tips on how to prepare your resume to apply for a teaching position abroad.
1. Add a photo
2. Highlight skills like: Resourceful, flexible, and personable in your career objective
3. If you lack teaching experience, try to add babysitting, coaching, or tutoring experience.
Here are some other tips on Preparing to teach abroad
Thank you for your advice! How long time ago did you submit your resume? Have you already received an answer? I'm thinking about going to Europe to work as a teacher. But I'm very nervous and still can't make a decision. I have already got a resume, having worked with best resume writing service 2018, so I don't even doubt somebody will hire me, because I have a lot of experience and a wonderful resume, but I still get nervous, because I will need to move, look for new contacts and friends. That's scary!
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