Chris Archer

Language is such an important aspect of life that is often taken for granted but is used in so many different ways every day. It is inseparably tied to culture, and in our ever-growing world, the skill of being bi- or multilingual has never been so important. For many non-native English speakers, learning English can facilitate career options that may have otherwise been impossible. As an educator of English, you can help your learners to pursue their dreams — whether it be getting a desirable job or relocating and settling comfortably into a new society. It doesn't hurt that you also get to travel and experience others' cultures with a qualification in TESOL.