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“So, what job did you lose?”

July 27, 2012
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“So, what job did you lose?”

Whenever I’m back in the US, 90% of the jobs and gigs I work come from Craigslist. I’ve found plenty of opportunities abroad as well. How did I find a position as the caretaker of a Buddhist monastery in New Zealand? Auckland Craigslist. How did I wind up teaching at a hagwon in rural...
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Teaching in Korea: Why Should You Choose a Hagwon?

June 18, 2011
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I throw my opinion into the ongoing debate for incoming English teachers: public schools or privates (hagwons)? Most of the time, it’s a no-brainer: public schools for better vacations, stability, and sick days. But there are some reasons why you might want to risk a hagwon.
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