Alex Case wrote:Although I haven't taught there for years myself, several people have told me that the job market is much better than you'd think given the economic troubles - although I assume the already low pay and conditions are getting worse as they are in most industries there. It's best to plan to:
- Apply for jobs from the beginning of the summer (some schools recruit then for September/ October, and there are the rare summer jobs)
- If you can't find work in Spain in the summer, do what most people do and do a summer school in the UK to get experience, keeping an eye on jobs during that time
- Go to Spain between late August and the middle of September to also apply in person, including personally dropping CVs and asking to speak to anyone who's there at the time if you need to
It's also worth getting a qualification to show your Spanish level.
MarkTeacher wrote:I think anyone can work as a freelance: it all depends on your belief... I started getting responses by putting paper ads up in the old days around town... maybe around 30 every 2 weeks.
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