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Population: 103,263,388 Capital: Mexico City  Currency: Peso  Languages: Spanish
Teaching English in Mexico More Information on Mexico: Mexico offers a country full of friendly, down to earth people and world class Caribbean beaches, tropical forests, and cultural events as well as Mayan and Incan history that provides much to see and experience in Mexico.Tour Mayan temples, snorkel and scuba dive in some of the best waters in the Caribbean, or hike through desert lands. Mexico City, one of the largest cities in the world, offers shopping, restaurants, and nightlife.Mexico has a growing economy and its close proximity with United States often requires the Mexicans to conduct business in English. This has lead to a rise in the learning and teaching of English in the Mexican countries. If you want to teach English in Mexico, you have selected a very demanding profession along with good growth prospects.Mexico is a land full of down to earth people with top end Caribbean beaches and cultural events. Teaching in Mexico can be a rewarding experience as you get the chance to welcome new experience attached with their culture and heritage.To teach English in Mexico you must be TEFL or TESOL certified. TESOL Training International offers TESOL, TEFL and other degrees that qualify you to teach English in Mexico or in any other foreign location. Mexico hires teachers mostly for their elementary schools and college, but teachers have other options too. Several companies also recruit English teachers to teach English to their employees in order to make them fluent in the language. Teaching is one of the high demanding professions in Mexico, so with a  TESOL Training certification and careful research it is easy to secure a teaching job in Mexico while enjoying the vibrant culture over there.

Tulum MexicoMexico has a growing industrial economy as companies outsource or move their industrial needs there. In addition, they have a strong tourism economy and both create a need for English teachers.The average salary is 6,000 – 7,000 MXN, the average cost of living is 3,000 – 3, 500 MXN, and vacation time is typically paid. Accommodations are provided with teaching positions while health care is included with some teaching positions but not all.
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Requirements: High School Diploma and TESOL Training International Certificate
Monthly Salary: 6,000-12,000 MXN
Typical Contract: Six months to one year
High Hiring Season: All year round
Teaching Hours/Week: 25
Private Tutoring: 100-300 MXN /hr
Accommodations: Often included
Airfare: Usually not included
Health Care: Sometimes included
Holidays: Sometimes paid
Visa: Employer assisted; degree not required. A valid passport with clear photography, two passport-like photographs, letter from the bank on their company letterhead with proof that there is $ 1,000 MXN (per dependent) in the bank (bring copies of bank statements for the last sic months), completed visa application form (or fill one out at the office), cash for application fees (no other form of payment is acceptable – be sure to call ahead for the proper amount.
Income Tax: 3-30 %
Exchange rate: $ 1 US = 18 MXN