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An experienced TEFL teacher in Japan explains how he landed his dream job.

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Four ways for newly minted expats to establish a social life overseas.

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No one tells you how hard it is, to come back from living abroad and to integrate with everyone again.

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Overcoming culture shock in Ghana.

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The truth about teaching English as a second language.

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Rob learns that sometimes you meet friends in unexpected places.

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The average day in the life of a TEFL teacher.

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My struggles have taught me more than just the importance of being patient, open-minded and understanding.

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After hitchiking through Colombia six years ago, Jessica returns; this time to lay some roots.

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I arrived a couple days ago in Accra, Ghana—so far it exceeds my expectations.

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After returning to Canada, Carly is starting to examine race and culture in her home country.

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Michelle knows her family—including her teenage son—will be fine while she's in Ghana. So why is it so hard to leave?
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