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Why Teach in Taiwan?
Taiwan is friendly, safe, convenient, and ever-changing. Below are 10 major reasons why you should teach in Taiwan:
thumb_up Best Place to Live in the World
Taiwan was rated as the best place for expats to live according to a survey released in September 2019 by InterNations, the largest global network for people living abroad.
groups Rich and Diverse Culture
In addition to the majority Han ethnic group, Taiwan has at least 16 indigenous groups who originate from the various indigenous peoples of Oceania. The number of immigrants, expats, and other non-Taiwanese residents has increased in recent years, creating a diverse and dynamic culture in Taiwan.
school Good Education System
According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), students in Taiwan are top-performing in reading literacy, mathematics, and sciences. The average student in Taiwan scores 516.6, compared with the OECD average of 488.3 in 2018.
tag_faces Friendly People and Safe Environment
In 2018, Forbes ranked Taiwan 14th among the world’s safest places to live.
health_and_safety High-quality Health Care
In the 2019 CEOWORLD magazine Health Care Index, Taiwan’s health care system was rated first, topping South Korea (second), Japan (third), Austria (fourth), and Denmark (fifth).
memory High-tech Hub
According to the 2019 World Digital Competitiveness Ranking by International Institute for Management Development (IMD), Taiwan ranked as the 9th most technological and 13th most digitally competitive in the world. Taiwan also ranked 13th out of 140 economies in the Global Competitiveness Report 2018 released by World Economic Forum.
monetization_on Reasonable Living Cost
As reported by the world’s largest cost of living database NUMBEO, Taiwan is 34% less expensive than New York.
To see more information on NUMBEO:
masks Safe Place with Low COVID-19 Risk
According to the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Taiwan has reported 942 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with 893 recoveries and a death rate of less than 1% as of February 23, 2021. In the latest COVID Resilience Ranking published by Bloomberg, Taiwan is second only to New Zealand and ranks ahead of Australia (third), Norway (fourth), and Singapore (fifth).
Learn more about how Taiwan fights COVID-19:
restaurant Gourmet Food and Drinks
The culinary culture in Taiwan is incredibly diverse, offering many traditional cuisines as well as countless modern fast casual dining experiences. In April 2017, CNN ranked Taipei among the world’s top 10 best cities for vegan cuisine.
favorite_border The Heart of Asia
Join us and experience Taiwan beyond your expectation!
Source: Tourism Bureau

Updated: 2021-02-26