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Q: I am overseas and I would like to find a ESL jobs? How do I find a recruiter?

I have a undergrad in Economics and Statistics and I will be doing the TEFL exams soon.

6 weeks 15 hours ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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No hurry, butT ...

 

https://www.internationalteflacademy.com/blog/requirements-for-teaching-...

 

Now let's look at the following requirements to teach English in China in detail:

 

1. Have a TEFL certification

 

2. Have a Bachelor's degree in any field/major

 

3. Be a native-English speaker from the U.S., U.K., Ireland, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, or South Africa (preferred)

 

4. Own a valid passport and visa

 

5. Possess a clean criminal background check

 

6. Meet the age requirements.

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 Have you ever considered to use a search engine? surprise

 

... like me? broken heart

 

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https://horizoneslchina.com

 

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https://thehelpfulpanda.com/directory/china-teacher-recruitment-agencies/

 

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https://www.teachaway.com/blog/teach-english-china-companies-hiring

 

... and-o, if you aren't visually impaired, have a peeky-peeky at 'Find Jobz' tag on the top of this screen ...

 

... many ESL recruiters are posting job openings there ...

 

Good lucky! 

Blondie_:

this is the result of 'education' - the inability to ask questions and try to find a solution on their own.

This includes the fear of making a mistake as all activity is being recorded and shared online.

 

Fun fact:

the acronym SMART (when referring to electronic devices) is:

 

"Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology"

 

another-words, a surveillance device.

 

NOT the acronym most business people use which is 

"specific, ,measurable, attainable, relevant, time-bound"
 

 

 

6 weeks 11 hours ago
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"... a ESL jobs?" 

... and BA in Economic science ..., soon, mind you.  

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No hurry, butT ...

 

https://www.internationalteflacademy.com/blog/requirements-for-teaching-...

 

Now let's look at the following requirements to teach English in China in detail:

 

1. Have a TEFL certification

 

2. Have a Bachelor's degree in any field/major

 

3. Be a native-English speaker from the U.S., U.K., Ireland, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, or South Africa (preferred)

 

4. Own a valid passport and visa

 

5. Possess a clean criminal background check

 

6. Meet the age requirements.

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 OT: 

 

Have you ever been to Zhengzhou, Henan? 

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China: Over 200 vehicles bump into each other amid heavy foggy in China I English News I WION

 

Cars and trucks crashed into each other amid foggy conditions in China. The incident occurred on a bridge in the city of Zhengzhou. One person is reported dead in the incident.

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... and-o, in the meantime ... 

 

 

 I think, that's just 'cause Xi's also overseas ... broken heart

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