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Which place in Thailand is it easiest to get work with a TEFL?

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10 hours ago, crickets said:

depends on how old u are. if u r under 30 qnd white you can walk into most places and get a job. language schools have a really high turn over and are generally deperate for teachers.

 

 

       Not in the long run. 

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3 hours ago, Honthy said:

Krabi, Pattaya and Chiang Mai are not easy at all. The rest of Thailand you can get a job easily.

You need BA degree to have Work Permit unless you follow Filipino way. 

 

 

 Could you be more precise, please? What does follow Filipino way mean? 

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5 minutes ago, lostinisaan said:

 

 Could you be more precise, please? What does follow Filipino way mean? 

 

I work for teacher placement agency part time. Everybody knows what I mean. Should you do not know, just ask any farang teacher close to you ;-)

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5 minutes ago, Honthy said:

I work for teacher placement agency part time. Everybody knows what I mean. Should you do not know, just ask any farang teacher close to you ;-)

 

 

 Thanks for the lesson, teacher.- 

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Just now, lostinisaan said:

 

 Thanks for the lesson, teacher.- 

 

Good student

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5 hours ago, zeichen said:

 

Why do you think they have a high turnover rate? Because they hire unqualified people who have no business in the field and then treat them like garbage. 

 

Don't encourage the OP to make a huge mistake that will offer him no chance for progression or stability.

if u can take the bullshit on the chin you can make a lot of money at language schools. easy 50k take home and more.

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Im sorry, but 50k a month is not a lot of money especially for all the work you have to do to earn it.  You also have to work like a dog at language schools. So before you give advice to someone to change a career or start a life in a foreign country, perhaps you should give them advice that will help them survive not get stuck in a crap situation.

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