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Q: Will you ask for a higher salary since there is a shortage of foreign teachers due to travel bans?

19 weeks 2 days ago in  General  - China

 
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If you did, what do you think the answer will be? a) Bwahahaha b) that seems reasonable c) please wait here until the police come

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I will be asking for double the normal raise at my school, but not for that reason.

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You can, by the law of supply and demand. But your also gonna have to compare with other foreign teachers, are they raising it altogether.

 

Also bear in mind that busienss are being hit badly, also tight in cash, so a high raise maybe not a good idea unless you can add tremendous values. You wanna win-win, not win-loose.

 

I'm not from the teaching field, but guess no difference how it works. Just saying.

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I just wish someone would question the wisdom of Ageism.  One discrimination that gets little attention.... But it is coming to us all,,,  (provided u continue the habit known as..... Breathing)

 

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My salary rises yearly. I'm satisfied with the amount so I'll let the company decide what this years raise is Smile

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The ban won't last forever....maybe a few months. After that flood gates will open and it will business as us usually. They will be hiring black and brown and non native English speaker and people with no degrees to
save money.

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