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Q: How much do teaching jobs pay in Suzhou?

9 years 40 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Suzhou

 
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Seems like jobs pay anywhere from 6,000 to 10,000 a month.

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We r looking for a ESL teacher here in Suzhou. and the payment will be around 12,000 RMB per month.

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It depends largely on which age group you want to teach.

Kindergarten classes typically pay a crapload, upwards of 12,000 RMB...but you go cuckoo after a few months. Middle and high schools will pay less, the highest I think would be 10,000, most will be less.

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"We r looking for a ESL teacher here in Suzhou. and the payment will be around 12,000 RMB per month."

Your ad says 10,000 so which is it?

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The jobs I work with in Suzhou pay between 7,000/month (including housing & meals) - 16,000/month without housing/meals.

Every job will have a salary to vacation time balance. Public schools and Universities pay less, but have lots of time off. Private language schools pay more and you work more. It's all about what kind of job fits you best.

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It depends on what school you work for. Kindergartens and private language schools probably pay around 10,000 RMB/month. Universities will pay less but you'll have less/more flexible hours.

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A: Can a new employer help you? Possibly but it's really hard to say for
A:Can a new employer help you? Possibly but it's really hard to say for sure. I used to be involved in hiring new teachers and a couple of times we had people we wanted to hire who were having trouble with their old school - situations similar to yours. Our school was legally able to hire foreign teachers, did everything by the book and was well connected, usually schools that mess people around with visa stuff aren't operating legally so a call from our visa guy to theirs telling them they were breaking the law, we were in the middle of processing the visa stuff with the PSB and the next phone call they got regarding this teacher was likely to be from the PSB asking some hard questions was usually enough to get them to co-operate. No school doing illegal stuff wants the PSB getting too interested in what they're doing. There's a chance a new employer could figure something out if they really want to hire you but these are difficult times, their hands might be tied too.    -- Stiggs