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Q: English Training school: 11 kindergartens, 1 foreigner. Blessing or curse?

I know someone doing this drill, 2 kindergartens a day and sometimes 3. She doesnt seem to mind. How much can a foreigner in this position earn? is this a normal set up?

   

5 years 3 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Other cities

 
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More like a troller coaster on solar energy.

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More like a troller coaster on solar energy.

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If she's ECE qualified, she should be making around 18K per month. Being farmed out is illegal.

 

What's her nationality and qualifications?

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The work permit is tied to a specific employer. If all the kintergartens are owned by the same company, with a license to employ foreigners, then it is probably ok.

If she is working "freelance", then that is illegal.

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