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Coming to China to teach English for the very first time can be rather daunting. However, with the proper preparation and right mindset, you will have little to worry about after you arrive. Here are a few China tips to make your life easier in China.
Just like any job, before being hired you can expect to go to at least one interview, if not several. Of course, finding a job in China is no different. And just like a typical interview in your home country, it is meant to give both parties more information about the other. During an interview conducted via Skype, the school will be seeking to find out more about you, and you more information about the school.Because you lack the ability to physically see the school, and the school lacks the ability to see you before signing the contract the interview carries some more weight. Both you and the school want to make sure that the other will be a good fit. There are several things that a school consiRead More
Teaching abroad can open the door to many different possibilities. China is a great place to start teaching because English teachers are in high demand and the cost of living is quite low. If you’re new to English teaching in China, here are a few tips to have the best experience possible.