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Forgot to respond to your post on my profile! Sorry. If you want to work under the table, there are lots of places you can teach without having any kind of certification. Many places are always looking for native speakers. But certainly with certification, your opportunities will be plentiful. You can test the waters and go to lingobongo.com and put up a free ad (pretending for the time being that you live in madrid, barcelona, or berlin) and see who bites. Also, join a facebook group called multilinkual and post something there too. Check out their site as well. Also, go here http://www.segundamano.es and post an ad titled "clases de ingles" and see who bites.
Just some things to test the waters. You may have to post many times before you start getting bites. The streets here are littered with ads and people handing out flyers for english classes. Its a profitable business for sure.
Hey Tony, long time no visit(sorry bout that). I assume you're still living in Spain and I was wondering what it is you do for a living? Also, I'm finally getting my TESOL and I've noticed that you've told a number of people that teaching English is popular in Spain, legally or not. Do you know of many opportunities to teach there?