Britons who are working overseas after having trained on a Teach English as aForeign Language (TEFL) course, might find themselves with some extra cash on their hands if they manage to land a profitable job.
While there will be plenty to spend money on overseas, those looking to save some cash for their return might want to send sterling to the UK to put into a UK-based savings account.
Using a foreign exchange broker is likely to be the best way to send money to the UK if you are looking for a competitive currency exchange rate.
Regulated brokers, such as RationalFX, allow you to open up an account online and use a Debit Card, iDEAL or ELV to pay your income directly into a UK bank account with low fees and a great rate of exchange.
According to Shelter Offshore, there is thought to be over one billion people around the world who are learning English.
From this, it is clear that there is a demand for people who have been trained on TEFL courses.