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Teaching in Thailand is a great opportunity to experience a new culture, explore a new country, and make a lasting impact on students’ lives. The cost of living is low, the scenery is beautiful, and the people are friendly. So, you might wonder. What is the average English teacher’s salary in Thailand?  An ESL teacher in Thailand can typically make between 34,000 – 138,000 Thai Baht ($1,000 – $4,000) a month, depending on the type of school. Public schools tend to offer the lowest salaries, while international schools usually pay the highest. Average salary based on types of schools  Public […]

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Salary depends on your passport, location of school and your qualifications. If you are a NNES your salary can be as low as 18k. Also, some universities (e.g. Rajabhat) may pay less than 30k.

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10 hours ago, Bleiberg said:

Where can one find corporate training centers and do they instruct on other business skills?

Can you be more specific on the type of training and business skills you are looking for?

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I’ve done sales and management training to Sales, Marketing & Purchasing departments for clients wanting a more aggressive American approach.  Any suggestions here in BKK that I can send a CV to?

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