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The monthly salary for a full-time ESL teacher in Japan would look like this: Teaching English at public schools: ~ $2,000 to $2,500. Teaching English at private schools: ~ $2,000 to $3,000. Becoming an ALT through the JET program: ~ $3,000 to $3,500. Teaching private lessons: ~ $20 to $30 per hour.
Among these, ECC says it pays a pre-tax monthly salary of ¥270,000 (roughly ¥3.24 million annually), Aeon estimates ¥275,000 a month, and Berlitz gives ¥275,000, too, for a full-time instructor working 38 hours a week. Earnings at some of the other Eikaiwa chains can be harder to pin down.
January 1975. Capital. 45 million yen. Business Profile. As the largest institution providing lifelong education in Japan, ECC offers wide range of educational services and programs: ECC Foreign Language Institute (188 schools) ECC International Study Abroad Division (8 offices) ECC Airline Institute (24 schools)
In general, no matter what kind of job you take teaching English in Japan, your pay will be in the range of a very low ¥2,400,000 (~$24,000) to a high ¥3,300,000 (~$34,000). Your salary depends on the route you go (ALT vs eikawa), your specific school, and how many years you've worked for them. I worked for a large company of eikawa schools ...