Teaching English As A Foreign Language In Panama

“Kathleen, I am so excited about your upcoming Panama Live and Invest Conference next April, especially since I am interested in Colon.

“I registered this morning and will be looking forward to arriving in Panama every day until I get there. I just wanted to let you know how thankful I am for you, Lief, and the LIO Team.

“See you in April!”

–Joyce B., United States


“Kathleen, I have been watching your newsletters stroll across my Yahoo mail for some time now, and, well, I figured it’s now or never to ask you this question. How could I use my teaching background, master’s in education as an ESL teacher, in Panama?

“I cannot retire as of yet and am wanting to migrate back abroad once again, to make it home, to make it a place where I would want to stay, live, enjoy, and continue some work. I am too young to just hang around and not do what I love.

“Please provide me with your input on this topic. I have lived abroad before, and I know it’s a fabulous opportunity and a daring one, but you must have all of your ducks in a row to make a success of it.

“Thank you for your time.”

–Maria B., United States

You’d have no trouble finding work as a qualified teacher of English as a second language in Panama. The demand for English teachers in this country, especially in Panama City, is big and growing from individuals, schools, and businesses wanting their staff and executives to be bilingual.

Private English-language tutors can earn up to US$25 per hour.

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