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ELTA (English language teacher assistant) how much salary is average?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drumbrake:
    I'd estimate low $20,000s.
    Even at local schools? Curious as I thought places like the ESF paid less for their EAs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Panda3345678:
    I’m a fresh grad, but I’ve previously did some private Tutoring
    My experience, tutoring doesn't matter for schools. Different environment, so you are still considered fresh/entry level.

    I don't think you have much to bargain with, as you said, bachelors with a TEFL is a minimum requirement for a VISA. With no experience as well, I'd jump at the chance of any offer and take it.

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    My teacher gf says local primary is about 15k and Int'l school 18-20k, maybe 22k max. Apparently the French Int'l schools only pay 16k as they only work til 2.30pm. Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shri:
    Even at local schools? Curious as I thought places like the ESF paid less for their EAs.
    No, my SO works there and makes 22K or so.
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    You might have also a better idea to check out the link.

    https://www.glassdoor.com.hk/Salarie...31_KO10,28.htm


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    I thought 20k was the minimum to get a visa sponsorship / transfer


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    Quote Originally Posted by aw451:
    I thought 20k was the minimum to get a visa sponsorship / transfer
    Could be on a dependent visa.
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    Maybe times have changed, but I haven't heard of anyone being granted an employment visa as an EA so I was going to ask about visa status.

    Also be aware that many schools - including international ones - only pay EAs for classroom hours and maybe a bit of prep time. School holidays are salary-free.


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