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Q: Do I have to have my TEFL completed?

Hi everyone! Do I have to have my TEFL completed to start applying for teaching jobs or can I be in the process of completing my course while applying?

17 weeks 2 days ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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 No, you can tell them you'll finish it after you got your first pay.

Do I need to pay taxes for all pints I got here ... anybody knows?

It's an honest question ...

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 No, you can tell them you'll finish it after you got your first pay.

Do I need to pay taxes for all pints I got here ... anybody knows?

It's an honest question ...

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To Ensure Friggin' Language ,,,,,, (ability)

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No. Someone,somewhere, will hire you to teach English. But the might want to keeo all your documents so the PSB doesn't find out

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Save yourself some trouble and just buy one on Taobao. There is no "official" tefl organisation so you could even print one yourself and no one will ever know. This is china, all they want to do is check the box on a form and get back to checking Wechat Moments or browsing food delivery menus.

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