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"Friends, is there such a job ? Together, my wife & I are over 140 years old. We are retired school administrators & teachers & would be interested in teaching or doing administrative work only during the warmer weather in Europe. Perhaps April through October for 6 or 7 months. In other parts of the world the climate isn't so important. We do not want to commit for more than 6 months at a time. Are jobs available for " seniors " like us with many, many years of experience in most school subjects, especially the handicapped. "
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I have just accepted a teaching job in Greece but I am now in a panic as I can't speak a word of Greek. Will this be real drawback?

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I am sure there are many expatriate workers in Greece in the same position and you may be more fortunate than some by being able to speak an, if not the, international language. As an English-speaker, I am sure you will be able to survive in Greece without Greek but making the effort to learn the host language when you are there should certainly enhance your stay and is an invaluable experience for any teacher of language.




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