Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Napoleon V2, Jul 15, 2013.
How did it work out for them?
Chriza's had dreams about it.
I've never done it, but lots and lots of teachers have had ESL gigs in their lives. I know almost no one who's said it was a bad experience. You make good money, the gig's easy, and you fuck a bunch of slanty poon.
I'm thinking of going when I get my degree. Do you need any special qualifications?
Dont get Wasabi in yer pee hole...
No reputable company will hire you with anything less than a BA. ESL certification will get you better gigs and more money, but you're fine without.
And listen to Stevie4Stern.
I know a guy who taught in Taiwan. He would come over every once in a while and chat with my Taiwanese exchange student. He loved it and goes back to visit often.
Good luck with that bird flu.
I think Feminine Perfection did
She did everything.
The one that got away.
There you go, Topo. It's a road that leads to getting fucked by Chriza.
i've bumped into people who taught english in thailand and vietnam. they loved the gigs. japan and korea are not any fun at all. i'd go to thailand but vietnam is probably pretty cool these days too.
That's what you heard, but I've met way more people who taught in Korea and Japan, and they loved it. Some of them stayed for years and kept re-upping.
I'm gonna have a B.Sc. is that good?
Beats me. Most people who want to teach English are usually English majors. I don't think you can teach a Jap or a Korean much about science, because they'll school your ass all over the dojo.
He came back and now he hasn't been able to find a Job in over a year.
Lives at his mom and plays cod all the day.
If you do teach them about science, make sure you blind them by it...
Wow. I suck.