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Q: Is it just me, or is it soooo hard to get a job in Suzhou for the next school year right now?

7 years 19 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Suzhou

 
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It's just you.

ljm148:

thanks for your wisdom

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Glad you asked.

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It's just you.

ljm148:

thanks for your wisdom

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Glad you asked.

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Yeah, must be you. Teachers are in short supply in this part of the world.

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Sorry. I must have taken the one and only job that was available there. I begin in September. But, you can have my old job here in Shangrao.

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I'd love to here more about YOU for a little context to this question.

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Sure. Well I am a young male and only graduated with BED last year. I am doing a 6 month internship programme teaching kindergarten children at the moment. I'm trying to find a job so I can get a new visa and don't have to return home to NZ haha. I lack post graduate experience and I think that is the main problem

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What dongbeiren said. Tell us a little about yourself. Maybe we could point out where you are going wrong?

ljm148:

Haha where i'm going wrong.. Well maybe because I am a freash graduate from a BED last year. I'm doing a 6 month internship teaching at a kindergarten, but think the problem is, I am lacking in experience :/

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What you lack in experience can be compensated for with bullshit, ballsiness and the right attitude. First convince yourself you are an amazing teacher. It will then be easier to convince others.

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I have received at least 4 offers for schools in Suzhou in the past week and a half...

 

 

"The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars,But in ourselves, that we are underlings." Julius Caesar (I, ii, 140-141)

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I have received at least 4 offers for schools in Suzhou in the past week and a half...

 

 

"The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars,But in ourselves, that we are underlings." Julius Caesar (I, ii, 140-141)

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lol

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Join the Facebook group Suzhou expats. It seems there are teaching jobs listed there everyday recently.

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A: What is 'formal offer letter'? Only legally accepted employment o
A:What is 'formal offer letter'? Only legally accepted employment offer I know is a Contract! ... so, you just don't accept and sign the contract with the lower salary! Email exchanges, verbal discussions and other promises between you and employer aren't legally binding, so legal action isn't recommended. Mainly legal effective thingy is employer's stamped and signed contract! ... and after you ink it, employer can/will use your signed contract to apply for all necessary documents at Chinese governmental agencies as Working permit and all ... It would be better for you to not accept an employment with such an employer, IMO 'cause you'll experience similar troubles by employer won't respect the contract later on. -- icnif77