TYPICAL BENEFITSHealth and retirement benefits are standard with a legal work visa, individual employers may rarely offer discounts or subsidies for housing.
QUALIFICATIONSBachelor's preferred, TEFL required for most paid positions.
PEAK HIRING MONTHSPublic school semesters start in March and August, private institute jobs available year round.
VISA PROCESS Some teachers may apply for a work visa with employer sponsorship. However, due to Peru's generous immigration laws that allow most visitors to remain in the country for up to 6 months, those planning on teaching for shorter stints often end up teaching on a tourist visa and receiving payment under the table.
WAYS TO APPLYThere is no central authority for English teaching placements in Peru. Many jobs can be found through TEFL programs and individual employers, and arriving in the country before securing a job is not uncommon.

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