Spain has an excellent TESOL market so if Spain is where you want to teach you should be working soon after completing the course. Even in small towns and villages, there are usually language academies. Of course, the greatest number of schools is in the largest cities. So let’s go and check out the TESOL market in Spain and around the world.
For example, there are over 500 language academies in greater Barcelona. Most schools want a teaching staff with a variety of accents to satisfy the requests of their students. We know the labor market in Spain very well and are also very familiar with the TESOL market worldwide. Therefore, we will help you regardless of where you want to work.
ESOL teacher pay in Spain ranges from about 10 to 16 € an hour. Although pay in the large cities often leans towards the higher end, lower pay in towns and small cities is often offset by the lower cost of living. Many teachers supplement their income by teaching private students and usually share apartments in order to contain their cost of living.