Help please!

by Patty

Do I have a shot ta teaching English in Japan? I am a Guatemalan citizen, I have taught English, german and spanish (mother tounge) for three years already but only one year after my TEFL cert. I've been put off so many times but I still want to keep on trying. I don't mind teaching english in small town I'd actually prefer that. So Whats your opinion about this? Currently I'm living in China teaching ESL but japan has always been my dream, I only came here (China)to approach Japan in a different way and to save up to give a try as applying online never worked out for me :( Anybody knows of a similar story I can relate to? Do you know of any latin people teaching ESL as a full-timer? I'd apreciate your advice!

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Jul 08, 2015
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May 08, 2012
by: Kevin R Burns

My advice, save your money, buy a ticket to Japan and give it a shot. Hard to say. Spanish teachers are often required too. You may be able to piece work together, but until you try it is hard to say.

I know of Spanish teachers making a good living here and teaching at universities. I gather they have an MA degree or more.

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