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  • Maxine Gotte
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    5 September, 2017 at 17:21
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    Hi ,

    I will complete my course by the end of September. I have no degree and am looking to work in Aisa.
    Does anyone know, on average, how long it would take for me to find a job if I apply from my home country and not physically in Aisa?

    dan
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    11 September, 2017 at 17:31
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    Which course are you taking, and where in Asia do you want to teach?

    beatricekapayamtonga
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    14 September, 2017 at 17:45
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    I have just completed my Master Diploma in TEFL Course. I want to know how to quickly apply for a job in Spain, Germany, Italy, Thailand and Chile.

    Sanchez
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    24 September, 2017 at 2:16
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    You can find a job in Korea or China within a week of arriving if you have a verifiable real university diploma and you speak English without any noticeable heavy accent. The preference is always given to native English speakers.

    The key focus of your job search should NOT be to find a job quickly, but to find a SAFE & LEGAL job that will not cheat nor exploit you. The school must be properly licensed to hire foreigners and have a good rep with expat teachers. I suggest you go here and learn the ropes http://reddit.com/r/teflscams and follow these three golden rules:

    1. Never upload your resume anywhere: (http://chinascamwatch.worpress.com)

    2. Do not use agents or recruiters: https://www.reddit.com/r/ChinaTEFL/comments/6w0rwy/contact_info_for_320_china_tefl_esl_teacher/

    3. Always ask these 7 questions BEFORE you send your resume to anyone in Asia: http://opnlttr.com/letter/china-esl-tefl-teacher-school-recruiter-blacklists-name-389-scam-artists

    Good luck to you!


    Before applying for teaching jobs in China be sure to review http://chinascamwatch.org and the r/ChinaTEFL sub at Reddit so you don’t get screwed.

    swara31
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    9 April, 2019 at 10:29
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    This discussion really helped!!!

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