Teaching abroad in United States

The USA is a great place to live and work. We work with some excellent schools in the USA to help talented teachers in their search for a job there.

Key details

Population: 298,212,900
Capital: Washington, D.C.
Currency: United States dollar
Number of international schools: 40
Number of IB schools: 17
Number of current vacancies: 5
Cost of Living
Safety

Living in United States

The USA appeals to expats around the world because of its rich cultural diversity and great standard of living. In terms of cost of living, it is more reasonable than Western Europe, although costs are considerably higher in major cities such as New York and Los Angeles. Because of its vast area, the climate and geography vary hugely within the country, from the sunbaked shores of Florida to the green forests of Oregon. One thing is for sure - the 'Land of Opportunity' lives up to its name for many expats who choose to make their home there.

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Visas and Medical

Visa requirements vary by country. See http://www.expatarrivals.com/the-usa/visas-for-the-usa for more information. Healthcare in the USA is of a high standard, but you will require private health insurance. Many international schools will help with this as part of their package.

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