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    How much can you earn?
    :sub: wabihamdihi:sub:hiladheem


  • #2
    Re: Teaching in the Middle East

    loads?
    And strive because the sweetness of life lies in the struggle - Imam al-Shafi'i

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    • #3
      Re: Teaching in the Middle East

      Originally posted by Strive View Post
      loads?
      I was hoping I would get that answer :up:
      :sub: wabihamdihi:sub:hiladheem

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      • #4
        Re: Teaching in the Middle East

        Originally posted by rainbow*~ View Post
        How much can you earn?
        It depends what you want to do.

        To be honest, I think I should teach in chemistry or something as I would be in demand there, as I am quite educated.

        If you are teaching English, I would not bother. It could be haraam actually to do so
        Ya Muqallib Al-Quloob Thabbit Qalbi Alaa Deenik
        ( O changer of hearts, keep my heart steadfast on your deen)

        www.treasureofthescholars.wordpress.com

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        • #5
          Re: Teaching in the Middle East

          Originally posted by firestar101 View Post
          It depends what you want to do.

          To be honest, I think I should teach in chemistry or something as I would be in demand there, as I am quite educated.

          If you are teaching English, I would not bother. It could be haraam actually to do so
          how so?
          And strive because the sweetness of life lies in the struggle - Imam al-Shafi'i

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          • #6
            Re: Teaching in the Middle East

            Originally posted by rainbow*~ View Post
            I was hoping I would get that answer :up:
            Maybe you do.

            But I have heard of cases where people have worked for places and not been paid as they make excuses

            And they keep your passport there do they not. So they can pretty much use you and toss you aside when they do not need you. You are basically expendable.

            They treat white people there too well. If you are Asian which I know you are, expect to be treated badly. Depends on the employer though.
            Ya Muqallib Al-Quloob Thabbit Qalbi Alaa Deenik
            ( O changer of hearts, keep my heart steadfast on your deen)

            www.treasureofthescholars.wordpress.com

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            • #7
              Re: Teaching in the Middle East

              [QUOTE=Strive;5730496]
              =firestar101;5730493]It depends what you want to do.

              To be honest, I think I should teach in chemistry or something as I would be in demand there, as I am quite educated.

              If you are teaching English, I would not bother. It could be haraam actually to do so[/QUOTE]

              how so?
              Exactly Unfortunately I have to make do with my limited skill set which includes English and not Tajweed.
              :sub: wabihamdihi:sub:hiladheem

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              • #8
                Re: Teaching in the Middle East

                Depends sis on your experience and qualifications

                But you do have the potential to earn a lot there
                It's a good route to take after uni in shaa Allah
                (At least to do for a year or two)
                (Don't think I could see myself living in the Middle East permanently
                Not to fond of the culture difference and the people
                (Don't ask!)
                I know of a few sisters who went down that route
                It's nice and definently worth the experience

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                • #9
                  Re: Teaching in the Middle East

                  Originally posted by UmmAbdulMalik View Post
                  Depends sis on your experience and qualifications

                  But you do have the potential to earn a lot there
                  It's a good route to take after uni in shaa Allah
                  (At least to do for a year or two)
                  (Don't think I could see myself living in the Middle East permanently
                  Not to fond of the culture difference and the people
                  (Don't ask!)
                  I know of a few sisters who went down that route
                  It's nice and definently worth the experience
                  :jkk: for that but you evaded the most important question...how much they earn? Lol
                  :sub: wabihamdihi:sub:hiladheem

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                  • #10
                    Re: Teaching in the Middle East

                    Originally posted by firestar101 View Post
                    Maybe you do.

                    But I have heard of cases where people have worked for places and not been paid as they make excuses

                    And they keep your passport there do they not. So they can pretty much use you and toss you aside when they do not need you. You are basically expendable.

                    They treat white people there too well. If you are Asian which I know you are, expect to be treated badly. Depends on the employer though.
                    True

                    There incredibly racist and culturally biased over there

                    I've heard a few disaster cases as well

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                    • #11
                      Re: Teaching in the Middle East

                      Originally posted by Strive View Post
                      how so?
                      Well I was reading a post on Facebook from a brother from roadside2islam

                      And he was saying it is a shame that brothers are going to places like saudi to teach English and the main reason is so people can come to the west and they are being exposed to the fitna here so they would just be facilitating that for them.

                      I agreed with what he said.
                      Ya Muqallib Al-Quloob Thabbit Qalbi Alaa Deenik
                      ( O changer of hearts, keep my heart steadfast on your deen)

                      www.treasureofthescholars.wordpress.com

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                      • #12
                        Re: Teaching in the Middle East

                        £2k going onto 3k last i heard.

                        accomadation is paid for

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                        • #13
                          Re: Teaching in the Middle East

                          Originally posted by Umar_ View Post
                          £2k going onto 3k last i heard.

                          accomadation is paid for
                          Yeah but if u have more experience and post grad qualifications u can earn and save a hefty amount
                          For an undergrads first job with minimal experience 2k monthly is good

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                          • #14
                            Re: Teaching in the Middle East

                            Originally posted by Umar_ View Post
                            £2k going onto 3k last i heard.

                            accomadation is paid for
                            Thats peanuts
                            :sub: wabihamdihi:sub:hiladheem

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                            • #15
                              Re: Teaching in the Middle East

                              Thats peanuts
                              too much money in one's hands is not good, you will go nuts and become greedy.

                              what would be a good wage for you?

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