Working in Spain


The days when simply being a native speaker of English was enough to get you a TEFL job are long gone. Nowadays you need to be trained and qualified.


In this short video a teacher talks us through a typical Spanish pay-slip (called a nomina in Spanish) and explains the deductions made for tax, social security, etc.


While procedures for signing contracts vary considerably, many of the steps in this article are common for EU nationals when signing contracts with Spanish language schools


Many regions in Spain have associations of private language schools which are affiliated to FECEI, the National Federation of Private Language Schools in Spain.

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