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Old Mar 9th 2017, 3:36 pm   #1
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Default Teaching in middle East

I have a PGCEi without QTS but with 15 years international school teaching experience in Asia, mainly Thailand. I am living and teaching in Thailand now. I also have a Thai wife and six year old daughter.
I have been considering exploring Job opportunities in the Middle East, especially Saudi, primarily International School opportunities. The reason is because I am looking for a significant change and a bigger salary. Although I realise it may not be possible at first, I would hope that eventually my wife and daughter would be able to join me.
Does anybody have any experience of such a situation as mine? Any sensible advice? If not to the Middle East then where? Thanks.
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