My questions relates to the commonly asked "No bachelor's degree" question however bare with me, I only ask this as it seems as if things have become far stricter recently.
After reading what seem like hundreds of threads it definitely seems as if the days of people heading off with only basic TEFL certification and finding work are seriously numbered. Even now this seems very risky and can only be done in a handful of countries.
So where does that leave people like me who are potentially looking to pursue this as a career, undertake the more reputable CELTA qualification however also head off without a degree.
Everywhere seems to be cracking down on enforcing the bachelor's degree requirement despite other teaching qualifications the applicant may hold so are we just fighting a losing battle? How much longer before everywhere is as strict as places like Japan and Korea and which countries will be the safest for longest?
I would also like to know if its worth just saving my time and money, doing a basic TEFL course instead of CELTA and try to find work until a potentially inevitable end to degreeless teaching?
Sorry if all that sounded very doom and gloomy