First, the number of international school teaching and administrative positions is continuously growing as years pass by. According to the 2014 report by the International School Consultancy Group (ISC), there are more than 7,000 international schools worldwide, educating in excess of 3.5 million students, all using English as the main language for learning.
Second, salary offers, though almost comparable to what public school teachers in North America receive, become much more attractive due to potential compensation package that includes tax benefits, housing and transportation allowances, comprehensive insurance coverage, contract renewal bonuses, retirement plans, and much more.
Third, international schools are known for its high academic standards, small class sizes and motivated students. Its campuses are usually technologically-advanced, aesthetically-pleasing, and learning-conducive environments.