Maybe you've just earned your degree as an English teacher, or maybe you've been teaching for some years and are starting to feel that your career isn't progressing as fast or as well as you'd hoped. You might even have the same misgivings about your present job, even if it is not in an academic field. Related: Working Abroad: 5 Steps To A Stress-Free Relocation Whatever your situation, you will find that teaching English in Europe can not only be a stimulating and enjoyable challenge, and a wonderful cultural experience, but it can also be the sort of "gap moment," allowing you to develop a fresh approach that will further your career at home. Here are just a few of the benefits:

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