If you're a millennial, you probably know at least one person who taught English in Korea for a while. It's a pretty good deal: usually housing is included, so you spend less of the money you earn while immersing yourself in another culture.
For Natalie and her husband Wayne, teaching English in Korea together for a year was a wonderful way to see some of the world before they settled down – while building up funds for a down payment on a home. When they returned to their roots in Omaha, Neb. in 2018, they moved in with Natalie's parents while they decided where to settle.