Costa Rica has been known for its stable democracy, in a region that has had some instability, and for its highly educated workforce, most of whom speak English. The country spends roughly % of its budget () on education, compared to a global average of %. Its economy, once heavily dependent on agriculture. Teaching English in Costa Rica. International TEFL Academy graduate, Eden Lantz, explains her experience teaching English in a Costa Rican city called Limon. Check out teaching English in Costa Rica, including top markets, hiring requirements, and TEFL certification options.
"Costa Rica" Documentary Film (English) Check out teaching English in Costa Rica, including top markets, hiring requirements, and TEFL certification options. 18 Dec From salary and cost of living to culture and etiquette to visas, here's everything you need to know about getting a teaching job in Costa Rica. Costa Rica has four small minority groups: Mulattos, Blacks, Amerindians and Asians. About 8% of the population is of Black African descent or Mulatto (mix of European and black) who are called Afro-Costa Ricans, English-speaking descendants of 19th century black Jamaican immigrant workers. In the Atlantic.