Spaniards believe in learning English in middle school so that acquisition starts at an early age; there are several summer camps for children and teenagers. Since inflation, there are teaching opportunities available but not very profitable. Rent and daily expenses are high-priced and working conditions in general are not advantageous. There is high competition Spain is a popular destination. If you wish to teach in Spain you must have teaching credentials or teaching experience.
Large chains of language schools are the easiest option when job hunting since they hire year round and working conditions are considerably agreeable. In Spain, you can find libraries, local newspapers and even a telephone book to research schools. The best time of year to get there is early September, the beginning of the school year. Another convenient time is November and January since some teachers quit for the holiday season. Sometimes you can exchange homestay for private classes with children. Self-employment pays better but that means that you have to arrive to the country to find employment or meet people. Keep in mind that unemployment rate is elevated so obtaining working documents as a non-European can be difficult.
Spaniards love to talk so make classes as interactive and interesting as possible. The hourly rate can range from 13 to 18 Euros an hour although rent can be at least half of your monthly salary if you live in a large city. There are a few schools that offer an apartment room for teachers.
Spain is considered a great empire with a continuing legacy; there is a Spanish King as head of state along with his heir. Also, there is a parliamentary democracy in place to govern. In the early 20th century, Spain suffered a civil war; however, the country had to modernize very quickly after being under military rule till the early 1970s. Economically, it relies heavily on tourism.
This country has over 40 million people. There many different tongues spoken in Spain while Castilian is the official one. The landscape covers the Pyrenees mountain range, brushes the Mediterranean Sea and lays on the east on the Bay of Biscay. The main climates are the very hot summer, chilly winter. It offers sea-moist weather and mild and temperate Mediterranean breezes.
The best months to vacation in Spain are May, June and September to stay away from the vast summer crowds and the hottest months. Some of the famous cities include Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Granada and Ibiza. Barcelona is known as one of the most modern, fashionable, artistic cities in the world. It thrives in Goth style medieval churches, palaces and fantastic architecture by the peculiar artist Gaudi.
Madrid, the capital, hosts the royal home and is proud of its one of a kind dining scene, galleries and night life. You may also find many Baroque styled buildings and many art galleries. The beach on the Mediterranean shore is long, soft white with a party-wild population you must visit at least once.