"WHAT IS THIS PAGE? I WANTED A TEFL JOB, WHERE ARE THEY?"
Yes, sorry about that. There are no TEFL vacancies posted here right now, there might be others at another time though so do check back again. Don’t give up on the dream! You can read all TEFLing in this country in our handy little guide below, or click on other countries above to check out TEFL jobs in other places if you like?
Remember - the world is your oyster!
TEFL Jobs in Argentina
Most TEFL jobs in Argentina focus on teaching business English through private tuition, rather than working in state schools. There is also a growing demand for conversational English classes, which means there are more opportunities for inexperienced TEFL teachers to teach English in Argentina than in many parts of Latin America.
Wages and Cost of Living
The average wage is about 2,000 to 3,000 pesos a month, which is around US$500 to US$760. You’ll pay around 12% tax on a teacher’s wage and the cost of living is pretty low. The only exception to this is the cost of an apartment in Buenos Aires, which can make a real dent in your pay packet. But if you go for shared accommodation with other teachers you should be fine.
TEFL Jobs in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires has the most TEFL jobs in Argentina. It offers plentiful opportunities to teach English, especially for people with a reputable TEFL certificate and a little experience. It is also one of the most exciting, passionate and ever-so-slightly refined cities you’ll ever set foot in.
TEFL Jobs in Cordoba
Cordoba is home to much of Argentina’s high-tech industry and where international commerce comes, English language teaching always follows. It is not the largest TEFL jobs market in the world, but people with business English experience should be able to find well-paid work teaching English in Cordoba.
TEFL Jobs in Rosario
Rosario has one of Argentina’s fastest growing economic centers and offers ample opportunity for people looking for TEFL jobs in Argentina. It is also the birthplace of three of Argentina’s most recognizable exports: the national flag, Che Guevara and Lionel Messi.