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Lol, I remember posting about going back to college and getting my degree exactly a year ago; and now I'm finally done with school, and have a BA I'm liberal studies.
Now, I plan on making my move to China, or Taiwan. Any advice on job prospects? ESL teachers make a decent amount... For the way I'm going go live at least.
What type of red flags should I look for when job hunting?
One thing: don't join a recruiting firm. Always get a job direct from a school, language center or university; otherwise, you will most likely be ripped from these agencies.
Another tip: check out http://www.chinaforeignteachersunion.or ... s-esl.html
and http://www.gooverseas.com/blog/how-to-a ... -job-scams