Okay, just want to say hey everyone and thanks for taking the time to read this!
I'm 18 and just finishing my A-Levels and contemplating getting into teaching.
My main concern is like most of those that browse this forum, would i easily be able to get work without a university degree?
I've lived in London all my life, I have GCSE's and just about to finish my A-Levels with relatively high grades. I'm planning on completing a TESOL course and taking evening class's most likely in Chinese in hope to aid my chances.
I have noticed China and Indonesia seem to be the most relaxed on the necessity of degree's and thought they would be great countries to try start in.
Do you think i would be able to get a job in either of them? Not essential for the job to be great pay or amazing perks!
Also say if i do manage to work for 2 years in Indonesia and China, would i then be able to get work in Japan? As i saw somewhere that 2 years teaching experience is pretty much equivalent to a degree?
Any help or info you feel is relative would be greatly appreciated!
Hope everyones had a great easter