Options for teaching English in Greece
Teachers may also have to pass the C1 exam in Greek, although this requirement varies across schools.
Salary and benefits while teaching in Greece
|Teaching Benefit Type||Teaching Benefit Details|
|Salary||€10/hour. This will vary across schools, depending on experience and qualifications|
|Working Hours||20 – 30 hours a week. The school year runs from September to June.|
|Relocation Allowance||English teachers are typically responsible for their own airfare, however, many language schools do offer subsidized accommodation.|
|Vacation||Roughly July to September, as well as all national holidays|
|Health Insurance||Usually included|
|Typical Contract Duration||One year|
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Greece at a glance
Population: 10.93 million
Government: Parliamentary republic
Major religion: Greek Orthodox
Greece has the twelfth largest coastline in the world, measuring 8,498 miles.
Olive trees have been cultivated in Greece for over 6,000 years, and Greece is the third-largest producer of olives in the world.
Greece boasts over 2,000 islands. Of these, around 170 are populated.
The Greek language is over 3,000 years old, making it one of the oldest languages spoken in the world.
Known as the home of the Greek gods and goddesses in legend, Mytikas on Mount Olympus is the highest point in Greece, at approximately 9,577 feet/2919 meters.
Soccer is the national sport of Greece.
Feta is one of the world’s oldest cheeses and even makes an appearance in Homer’s Odyssey.