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Posted by qudora
on 27 Jul 2019

Hi there, I’m considering moving to Vietnam next year. Im an American EFL teacher with 10+ years of higher education teaching experience in Saudi Arabia. I have a BA in English Lit from the US and my TEFL certification. Being a single mom of 3 daughters, 13, 10 & 6 I would appreciate any information, insight and advice on what to expect with living, job opportunities, schooling, cost and anything else I may encounter with a move there

pacificcross on 19 Sep 2019 - 09:38

Hi Qudora,

I think you should travel Vietnam before you  move to Vietnam.

I'm a vietnamses so I really advise you.

Many Expats choose Ho chi minh or Da nang city for living and working.

Hope this for helps!

Tri.

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