I will be traveling abroad to teach English for a year. How do I choose between Madrid and Shanghai?

I’m torn between the two and can’t decide.

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6 Responses to “I will be traveling abroad to teach English for a year. How do I choose between Madrid and Shanghai?”

  1. Waubeeka said:

    I’ve never been to Spain, but I’ve been to China. While I love China and Chinese food, Spain has better food

  2. Doc Phil said:

    Shanghai, no choice to be made

  3. Abe Lincoln said:

    Madrid has 20% unemployment, a collapsed real estate market, and currency instability.

    Shanghai is one of the wealthiest and fastest growing cities in the world.

    Flip a coin if you still can’t decide.

  4. star said:

    Well, Shanghai is an international city, and many foreign people live and work here.

    You can enjoy delicious food.

    You can travel to the surrounding areas, very beautiful.

    Also, Chinese students are very friendly and respectful to their teachers.

    Another thing is that Chinese people and hospitable.

    Why not come to Shanghai

  5. TEFL Guru said:

    Shanghai. Things are changing in China much more rapidly than Spain. It’s a really interesting time to be in the country.

  6. Emmalee Jackson said:

    shanghai!

    i mean, i would love to go to madrid as well, but spain isnt really different from western culture.
    it would be totally worthwhile to teach in china because of the vast cultural difference.
    if your gonna teach, make it worthwhile.

    also, i think they might pay slightly more in china.

    good luck! :)




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