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A language teacher from Italy (right) chats with a student who plans to study in Milan. [Photo by Chen Xiaodong / for China Daily]







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In 2014, SAFEA cancelled the national salary standard and authorized its branches in different provinces and regions to set their own standards based on local social and economic conditions.

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Salaries themselves are not so bad, always.  But foreign teachers cannot retire in China, so we need to plan on returning to our home countries or retiring elsewhere.  Different countries have different pension systems, so individual situations will, of course, vary.  But it is difficult to save large sums of money in China by American standards.  In addition, American teachers have to pay 15% of our salaries in taxes to the US government.  None of this is China's fault, but it does affect foreign teachers and our decisions.

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The best thing foreign teachers can do is use a service like GoGlobaljob.com . These kinds of services help to make sure people are getting paid the most they can.

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When it comes to pay for teaching, I'll always remember what our accounting professor, who went into teaching only after retirement, said. He said, "I hope I'm worth more than what they're paying me here." This was at a well-known Canadian university.

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Post time 2015-7-31 08:29:43 |Display all floors
Do all of them have qualifications a English teachers or most if not all are just native English speakers ?

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