How To Survive Living Abroad

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The good news? It's now easier than ever to move abroad to live and work. The bad news? It's now easier than ever to move abroad to live and work.

In response to the mass exodus of the disaffected from Western countries, English Teacher X is back again, to cast his cynical but always perceptive eye on the concept of life abroad, with this hilarious survival guide for once and future expats. More

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About English Teacher X

English Teacher X is a twenty-year veteran of many bizarre adventures in many bizarre countries, while working in many bizarre English language schools. He has worked in Russia, Thailand, Korea, Saudi Arabia, the USA, and has taught all ages from 2-year-old to senior citizens.

His website is www.englishteacherx.com.

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Review by: Ted Wilson on Nov. 14, 2012 :
ETX was a large influence on my finding the courage to go abroad and teach; something I have done for over 4 years now. I don't know whether to kiss or kill him. This book makes life abroad sound a lot tougher than it actually is, which may be a good thing. There is a lot of valuable advice inside, especially one thing: Most big problems Expats have seem to occur when drunk or on drugs or while hanging out with drunks and druggies. Also, he lived in Russia which skews his advice; most countries are safer and have much kinder people. Ask the Poles, Latvians or Germans what they think about the Russians.
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