Thailand Employment Salaries

What are Thailand Employment Salaries? Wages in Thailand seem low to Western visitors, but Thailand’s official unemployment rate, 0.56 percent, is among the lowest in the world, (it’s 9.4 percent in India and 6 percent in the Philippines. for example). The jobless rate in Thailand has been under 1 percent since 2011. How did it get so low? Bank of Thailand spokesman Chirathep Senivongs Na Ayudhya explains: ”Our unemployment rate has been low not because of a… [Read More]

Professional TEFL Teaching in Thailand

[This post is a continuation of Teaching English in Thailand]. There are special requirements for TEFL teaching in Thailand, but professional TEFL Teaching in Thailand can be much more lucrative than casual classroom teaching. Most professional TEFL instructors teach teachers in Thailand have advanced degrees in the subject. This is a quick survey of the possibilities if you’re thinking of becoming a professional TEFL teacher and moving to Thailand. Most countries have a standard requirement… [Read More]

Teach English In Thailand 12 Tips

Twelve Tips About Teaching English In Thailand For anyone wanting to teach English in Thailand, here are seven useful tips about Teaching English in Thailand. There have been some significant changes in how the Education Department is certifying English teachers. A client asked my advice on the changes, I forwarded her email to the headmistress of an international school in Bangkok and asked her advice on how to get started teaching English in Thailand. With the… [Read More]

Teach English in Thailand: 12 Tips

Teach English in Thailand: 12 Tips to help you make the decision. Read this checklist and make your choice of TEFL school I’ve taught English as a second language in Japan, Fiji, and Thailand and have a Doctorate in Education from University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Would you like to know how to choose a course that will certify you to teach English in Thai public schools and also make recruiters want to hire you? You’ll be investing… [Read More]

Volunteer in Chiang Mai

If you have the urge to volunteer in Chiang Mai, here’s a complete guide to Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand and Burmese opportunities. But before you do, a few words of advice: To enter Thailand with the purpose of doing volunteer work you must have a Non-Immigrant O Visa. Here’s what you’ll need to apply at your local Thai consulate or embassy: Your original passport with at least one empty page (I recommend having at least… [Read More]

Thailand Retirement Helpers