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You’ve got your TESOL certificate, landed your first teaching job, and bought your plane ticket. What now?
There are a few facts about working in China that people tip-toe around with a very wide berth. Yes, the topics are sensitive to talk about but ignoring them is not going to make them go away.
Nothing makes a recruiter or employer groan and roll their eyes more than opening a resume to find an overworked magnum opus autobiography.
You did the interview and got the job - it's actually happening! You're going to China! Here are 4 things you should start working on NOW!
Keeping with our theme of "hard-truths", we decided to ask a few reputable recruiters to share their thoughts on "10 things you want ESL Job candidates to know." Here's what they had to say.