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Yeah, okay, good points. I admit that I don't know crap about the Philippines. That's true that the quality of ESL varies by country. Getting stuck is certainly not good. I think a person needs to do a bit of research and have a back up plan or two for any country he goes to.
Also, I think it's important to email potential employers before you go, so they already generally know who you are and are thinking about you. They might email you about a job opening when you least expect it. That's what happened to me.
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Yes, that can be a good way to think, but don't forget that the locals speak the local language and understand the local culture: those are advantages which you will not have, at least at first.
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