Comments on: Finding Work in Phuket http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/2008/06/26/finding-work-in-phuket/ Sun, 23 Nov 2008 13:50:42 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=abc By: BK http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/2008/06/26/finding-work-in-phuket/#comment-5199 BK Sun, 29 Jun 2008 15:20:40 +0000 http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/?p=239#comment-5199 I see. Thanks for the additional piece of information. I do have a college degree. Have a great weekend. BKs last blog post..<a href="http://www.symphonyoflove.net/blog/?p=158">Where Is The Quietest Place On Earth?</a> I see. Thanks for the additional piece of information. I do have a college degree. Have a great weekend.

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By: Talen http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/2008/06/26/finding-work-in-phuket/#comment-5198 Talen Sat, 28 Jun 2008 16:07:06 +0000 http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/?p=239#comment-5198 Even though it isn't 100% enforced you are also required to have a college degree in order to teach. Even though it isn’t 100% enforced you are also required to have a college degree in order to teach.

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By: BK http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/2008/06/26/finding-work-in-phuket/#comment-5197 BK Sat, 28 Jun 2008 15:51:49 +0000 http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/?p=239#comment-5197 I understood why your answers were rather bleak to all those email. It is a challenge to find work in Thailand. Most available works are given to Thais to safeguard their livelihoods. A company employing a foreigner will need to justify that the work the foreigner will be doing cannot be carried out by local. I am looking to be a language teacher in Thailand for quite a while and I understand that it might not be rewarding in the monentary sense. I was exploring poorer areas where I can reach out to poor kids. However, up till now I am not successful yet as most required language teacher to be native speaker or with TEFL or TESOL certification. BKs last blog post..<a href="http://www.symphonyoflove.net/blog/?p=158">Where Is The Quietest Place On Earth?</a> I understood why your answers were rather bleak to all those email. It is a challenge to find work in Thailand. Most available works are given to Thais to safeguard their livelihoods. A company employing a foreigner will need to justify that the work the foreigner will be doing cannot be carried out by local.

I am looking to be a language teacher in Thailand for quite a while and I understand that it might not be rewarding in the monentary sense. I was exploring poorer areas where I can reach out to poor kids. However, up till now I am not successful yet as most required language teacher to be native speaker or with TEFL or TESOL certification.

BKs last blog post..Where Is The Quietest Place On Earth?

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By: QuaChee http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/2008/06/26/finding-work-in-phuket/#comment-5195 QuaChee Fri, 27 Jun 2008 18:28:58 +0000 http://thailandlandofsmiles.com/?p=239#comment-5195 Nice insights. Yes, realised there are quite a fair bit of mags & local island newspapers there. Btw, do you know how easy or difficult is it to get work permit/ PR in Thailand? :) QuaChees last blog post..<a href="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/quachee/~3/321474894/taiwan-seafood.html">Taiwan Seafood</a> Nice insights. Yes, realised there are quite a fair bit of mags & local island newspapers there.

Btw, do you know how easy or difficult is it to get work permit/ PR in Thailand? :)
QuaChees last blog post..Taiwan Seafood

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