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How teaching jobs compare around the world

The British education system is one of the most highly regarded in the developed world – but what is it like teaching elsewhere?

Teachers in Switzerland have the highest annual salaries, $68,000 on average
Teachers in Switzerland have the highest annual salaries, $68,000 on average
21 Aug 2017
Written by Seb Murray
Career Lounge

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