Beijing is a city that never sleeps, and it's no wonder that it's a top choice for English teachers looking to work in China. The job opportunities are endless, and the cultural experiences that come with teaching in Beijing are priceless. However, with so many options available, it can be overwhelming to choose the right fit for you.

When seeking a teaching job in Beijing, there are five exceptional aspects you must contemplate.

These will undoubtedly facilitate your decision-making process.

Initially, it's essential to acknowledge the significance of transportation.
As Beijing is a colossal metropolis, traversing its vast expanses can be daunting. Therefore, it's imperative to ponder how you intend to commute daily.
Whether it's by subway, bus, or bicycle, this is a crucial factor to consider.

Speaking from personal experience, I found that the subway was the most convenient and affordable option.

Second, consider the school's location. Some schools are located in the heart of the city, while others are in the suburbs.
Depending on your preferences, you might want to choose a school that is closer to the downtown area or one that is in a quieter area.

Lastly, take into account the teaching hours and workload.
Some schools require teachers to work long hours and have a heavy workload, while others offer a more relaxed schedule.

When it comes to finding the perfect teaching job in Beijing, there are a few things to keep in mind. It's important to choose a job that allows you to maintain a good work-life balance and avoid burnout. But let's not forget about the little details, like the location of the school.

Will you be hopping on a pogo stick to get there? Or maybe you'll be cruising on a bike like Lance Armstrong (minus the doping scandal, of course).

And let's not forget about the air quality in Beijing. It can be a real doozy, especially during the winter months.

You don't want to be teaching in a cloud of smog, so it's worth researching the air quality in the area of the school. And if the school provides air purifiers or face masks, bonus points for them! Who knew a face mask could also double as a fun costume accessory?

But that's not all. It's also important to consider the school's reputation, salary, and benefits package.

When it comes to teaching English in Beijing, there are a lot of factors to consider. For starters, who is your audience? Are you working with young learners or adults in a business setting? Because let's be real, pretending to be a CEO can be pretty entertaining (just don't get too carried away). And let's not forget about the curriculum - finding the right fit is crucial. With so many options available, it's important to do your research and find the perfect teaching job for you. So go ahead, explore your options and discover the exciting world of teaching in Beijing. Who knows, you might just find your dream job!
And remember, a happy teacher makes for happy students (and a happy life).
So, make sure to find out what type of curriculum the school offers and whether it aligns with your teaching style.
Last but not least, class sizes can vary greatly in Beijing - from intimate groups to classrooms that feel more like a small village.
So, if you prefer a more personalized teaching experience or you're a fan of crowd-surfing, this is definitely something to consider.
Some schools may have small classes with only a few students, while others may have large classes with over 20 students. Consider which class size you feel most comfortable teaching and if the school can accommodate your preferences.




  • Cultural Immersion: Beijing is steeped in Chinese culture, with many historical sites and traditional markets to explore. When considering a job, think about how much cultural immersion you would like to experience and if the school or the location of the school would provide that opportunity.




  • When you're making your decision, be sure to consider these unique points that may not be as important in other cities in China.....

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