Widely regarded for its monuments and its vast history, teaching English in Egypt brings you to the home of one of humanity’s oldest recorded civilizations. For the ESL teacher who loves to explore, Egypt is a seemingly endless source of adventure and excitement.
Among the country’s numerous must-see sites are the Pyramids of Giza and the nearby Great Sphinx, the Nile River, and the Valley of the Kings. Due to economic reforms and improved business, Egypt’s demand for ESL teachers is increasing, and Egyptian students are known to be both friendly and enthusiastic learners.
The income tax rate varies from 0-20%. As a practical point of reference, consider that the cost of a Big Mac in Egypt is approximately $2.33 USD. Accommodations, airfare, and health care are not usually included in the compensation, and there are no paid holidays. A tourist Visa is sufficient to start ESL teaching in Egypt, and it is important to notice that cultural preference is given to males.
|Requirements:||University Degree and Global TESOL Certificate|
|Monthly Salary:||5,500-11,000 EGP|
|Typical Contract:||One to two year|
|High Hiring Season:||January, September|
|Private Tutoring:||50-125 EGP /hr|
|Health Care:||Usually included|
|Income Tax:||0-20 %|
|Exchange rate:||$ 1 US = 5.5 EGP|