🇺🇸: I have mentioned a couple of times that teaching English is one of the ways I was able to fund my travels. In fact, it was also how I was able to pay off my school debt. Teaching English is a great way to pursue your dreams, travel while earning money etc. Many digital nomads will tell you how AWESOME teaching English is. What not many will discuss is the elephant in the room, RACISM, and ISLAMOPHOBIA in the ESL (English as a Second Language) world. ESL companies or recruiters will quickly reject your job application when they find out how you look like. If you lack European features or wear a religious attire, you'll have to work twice as hard to get or maintain a job. Why do these companies act this way? It's (1) Prejudice or equating English to looking Caucasian, and the biggest reason is (2) the Parents or Adult Clients. "Parents want to give their children the best and by that, they will prefer a native English speaking teacher who has the perfect accent" I heard a representative from an English online teaching school say on YouTube. He further explained that they had to make money and cater to the parents' needs. Early this week, I shared with you some of my thoughts on this. What are your thoughts on this? We are always taught here in the U.S that the customer/client comes first. Is it a company's job to stand the moral ground, albeit losing clients?