This was written as a comment to a post about changes in visa requirements around Asia.
Perhaps it may help someone looking for work.
Indonesia offers between 7,000.000 Rupiah and 10,000,000 Rupiah as the monthly payment for a first year teacher. These salaries convert to 700 USD, and just over 1,000 USD respectively.
Flights are paid, and contract completion bonuses are common.
As of yet the visa doesn’t require a degree, although this could change.
There is a police check, and fingerprinting has been standard here for at least 12 years.
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The schools range from private language chains, Private elementary schools, and semi-international and full international schools.
The International schools usually require a specialization, and an advanced degree
Indonesia has had it’s troubles to be sure, but is a safe country with much to offer someone choosing to live and teach here.
All the best, Wayne