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Q: Are American teachers in China because they can't get a job in the US?

I just saw in the news Obama is making plans for more jobs. Specially getting American teachers back from the east.
Does this mean China will lose a lot of USA teachers?

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I voluntarily left my education job in the USA to come to China.  I rather deal with 50 Chinese students than 20 American ones. In the USA I must deal with knives, drugs, and students who get in your face.  Here I have to deal with bubble gum, mobile phones, comic books, and other such trivialities.  I have it better here....... 

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