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Nevada, nangangailangan ng mga Pilipinong guro na magkakaroon ng $40,900 o halos 1.2 milyong piso na taunang sahod!



Many young people would definitely agree that it was never easy to find a good and decent job. There were a number of students who mismatched their profession on the courses that they took up for four years, five or maybe six years.

It was really difficult to find a job here in the Philippines but it was also not easy for many young people to study their preferred courses for several years and ended up jobless or some are enduring the jobs that they were actually in the line of their courses. It was really a sad reality to many Filipinos out there. Good thing that there were still some foreign countries who would gave us opportunities to showcase our talent and skills abroad. Just like in Nevada where there is an amazing job opportunities especially for Filipino teachers to work there and to earn an annual salary of $40,900 or a whopping P1.2 million pesos!




The wonderful job offer is through a program by Clark County School District (CSSD) situated in Southern Nevada. They were aiming to fulfill a lot of job vacancies for teachers especially in Special Education or (SPEd) teachers across the district. It was back in 2017 when the program was launched and had employed a number of teachers. More than 80 teachers were employed on the first batch while there are more than 100 teachers who joined them on the second batch. There were also 57 Filipino SPEd teachers who recently flew out of the country and to join the first two batches of Filipino teachers going to Nevada after they had undergone seminar and training to be better equipped in their classroom management.

“We follow the same curriculum with the U.S. standards and the Philippine standards. That’s the advantage of the Filipino teachers so they can teach anywhere else,” according to Dr. Michael Santa Juana of the Filipino American Educators of Nevada.

Aside from the huge annual salary the CCSD program is offering, the program also provide Filipino teachers with J1 visas to work in Las Vegas for a minimum of 3 years. Then, they have the option to extend their contract for another 2 years before they go back to the Philippines.