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The Hiring Process: The TEFL Contract

  • Post by Tony
  • November 2, 2015

Okay! So you’ve contacted Good Teachers Union about Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) in China. We’ve answered any of the questions that you have and even got you an interview with one of the many private schools that we work with across China. You’re interview went off without a hitch (hopefully you read our interviewing tips and tricks beforehand) and the school just extended an offer to you! Now comes the first committing step toward teaching English in China: signing the contract!Just like any other contract you must sign you want to read the TEFL contract carefully and make sure you understand all of it. Don’t

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