No Question is Silly

by Falken Newton
(Canada)

Well you told us no question is silly, so here goes.



I am a 25 year old young man, I have a great love of culture, learning, teaching, and language. I have a ESL/TESL license, and a lot of English, advanced English, and business language training and studies from one of Canada's best colleges.



I set a date to go to Japan a year ago, and that date is coming up soon. I am looking for information or advice on moving to, and getting a teaching job in Japan.



I have quite a lot of savings (money), and nothing but free time at the moment. I have no criminal record, ext... and I do have my passport.



What would you tell a guy like me? Any and all tips are greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance,
Falken Newton

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May 31, 2011
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by: Anonymous

that helps, I have a few books on job hunting in Japan, the website has a few the books dont =^_^=

thanxxx

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It is all at our Website
by: Kevin R. Burns

Basically I would say spend a week reading the information at our site. Print out some pages if you don`t like to spend hours reading online.

It really is all here and we are constantly adding to it.

Check out First Steps, Interview Tips and the Working Visa section to start with.



After that you may want to check out the sections:

Teach in a big school and then the three sections of the Greenlist.

Basically you need to do the work and read. No easy way to learn it all.

Maybe you were hoping for another answer but that is the best advice I can give.

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