Due to the North America Free Trade Agreement and constant contact with the United States' culture, there is an eagerness to learn English. This is typically a highly interactive society. Teaching opportunities thrive in the cities of Guadalajara, and the capital Mexico City. It is possible to find employment in some smaller secluded communities; nevertheless, pay scale and resources will be considerably lower. Certified individuals can make up to $1000 USD per month salary with benefits. Work visas are possible to get and accommodations are not usually included it with employment. Cost of living is reasonably low especially outside Mexico City. Basic items such as food, transportation and housing usually only cost up to about 40% of earned wages.
Close relationships combined with respect are very important in business. Classes will diverge according to structure of any given institution or private language school. The instructor may conduct classes just for business purposes, for children, adults and also for conversation. Interaction is key and sharing the anecdotes of your culture is of great interest to the students. Local people are regarded as very courteous so the integration process is very simple and even easier if the outsider learns some Spanish.
Mexico has a population of about 115 million. The currency is the Mexican Peso valued at approximately 12.50 to $1 USD. The country has recovered from harder economic struggles. It is geographically situated in the middle of the Americas with the Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico on the east side, the Pacific Ocean on the west, Belize and Guatemala to the south and fthe United States to the north. Mexico features various climates, tropical rainforests, volcanoes, snowy mountain tops, and famous white sandy beaches.
Mexico City is one of the largest in the world and is also the center of the country's culture; it is a fundamental link for communication, industry and transportation. Mexico's closeness to the United States has been very significant in several areas including migration, economic trade and culture. Mexican culture branches from a cohesive mix of native and Spanish colonialism. The Mexican revolution was very significant in founding a constant presidential government. Internal struggles in the early 20th century had for some time disturbed the economic point of view of the country, but now these harder times are extraordinarily being worked through.
Religion plays a key position as in any other Latin American country. Family is the number one priority. Mexican food is well-known in style as being mainly composed of wheat or corn tortillas, beans, meat and chillies even though there is quite a variety of delicious dishes available. Several modern hobbies are the same as in westernized countries; nevertheless soccer is the country's most treasured sport. Most people are relaxed, friendly, modest and are kind toward visitors. City life is very colorful and interesting, but it does not attract tourists as compared to the beach.
Acapulco is the longest standing glitzy of all resorts in Mexico, filled with high waves, lagoons, rain forest and a pounding night life. There are countless outdoor activities to travel around including cliff diving if one dares. We recommend paying a visit to the art gallery where you can find a large handicraft market. Cancun has recently surfaced from oblivion as a glamorous well-kept resort area and is visited by people from all over the world. Mexico City is crowded but keeps the visitor fascinated at all times. Jacaranda trees are in full bloom in the months of February and March, which is the best time to visit the city before the hotter months. Guadalajara is known as the pearl of all Mexican cities; it has a hot artistic life, and the vibe is known to be the most authentic of all. There are many exhibits and colonial architecture to admire. Shopping is paradise in the city where markets with local handicrafts can be found in any number of locations and modern shopping malls.