Does anyone know if EFL teaching jobs in Indonesia tend to be Monday to Friday during the daytime, or is it mainly on weekends and weekday evenings?
Am considering moving there, but would prefer to find a job where i can keep evenings and weekends free.
18 September, 2014 at 13:11
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Reply To: EFL working hours in Indonesia
EF franchises in Jakarta generally require you to work Saturdays. Most of the classes are after three in the afternoon. So you will usually have to come in at one or one-thirty and stay until nine p.m. Sometimes you will be ‘asked’ to work mornings and/or split shifts.