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GETTING A JOB IN AN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Exploring the Job Search: A One Minute Survey

The Voice of TIE
By Stacy Stephens
19-Jun-24
Exploring the Job Search: A One Minute Survey


International education is changing rapidly with the growth of international schools globally, the declining interest in teaching as an occupation, and the diffusion of technology and communication that gives us different ways of knowing about the jobs that are available. At TIE, we’re wondering what impact these shifts have on the international job market? How are educators getting their jobs now? 

I vividly recall waiting for the TIE newspaper to come out in November of 2002 to know what jobs were available in South America for 2003. That is how you used to find out about jobs, through advertisements in newspapers and then the global trek to a job fair in the middle of winter to find the next position. Times have certainly changed in these past few years, and we want to hear from you about how you found your current role and where you’d look for your next position to measure how our industry is evolving and what job seeking may look like in the future.

Your experience in securing your role at an international school is invaluable. Share your journey with us through our one minute survey and help shape the path for aspiring educators worldwide. We will share the results in an upcoming newsletter!

Take the Survey


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Stacy Stephens is the Director of The International Educator. 




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