Trying to get hired as a ‘non-native speaker’ teacher can be a rather grim affair…
Half of job ads out there are for ‘native speakers’ only.
The other half gives you a polite ‘No’, or never replies.
As a ‘non-native speaker’ teacher myself, I know how frustrating this might feel. I’ve been there.
But it really doesn’t have to be like this.
You can start getting the jobs you deserve, despite the ‘native speaker’ bias.
And to help you do just that, I’m putting together short, actionable video tips that are guaranteed to boost your employability.
In the first video, I’m going to share with you my 5 Top Tips to a Cracking LinkedIn Profile.
So if you’re a ‘non-native speaker’ teacher who is looking to boost their employability, watch the video now:
What is your LinkedIn profile like? Do you have one? How could you apply these tips to improve it?
Let me know in the comments section. And definitely share the link to your LinkedIn profile, so we can follow each other.
And if you want immediate results, then check out this FREE e-book. You will learn the exact 5 steps you need to take to get TEFL jobs as a non-native speaker.
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