— "You wouldn't be making progress on 30K a month"
How much do teachers earn in Thailand? - David goes in our cost of living spotlight - he earns 140,000 baht at an international school in Bangkok and life is VERY comfortable.
Readers letters - "Thailand is turning into another Japan with all these poor quality agencies"
Is Thailand dangerous? - a recent WEF report says it is, but many if not most expats would disagree.
Asia travel - Ajarn blogger Sammy managed a few days in Hong Kong. Enjoyable - but Bangkok has the edge
The great escape - Daniel returned to the USA after over 5 years spent teaching in Thailand. How are things going for him?
— 18 red flags to look out for
Looking for a teaching job in Thailand? - could any of these 18 things be a dealbreaker?
Hot seat - Nick Spencer's Smart Fun company creates Lego experiences like no other and holds sessions at international schools in Bangkok.
Working TEFL holiday? - Scared to take the plunge? Put those worries aside. There are so many reasons why you'll do just fine.
Teacher training - all the latest news, promotions and deals from Thailand's main TEFL course providers.
— Directors from Hell
Problems - Teacher Craig looks back at some terrible directors he's worked under at private language schools.
Classroom management - Teacher Mark's main focus is now on making lessons enjoyable and something that students look forward to.
Classroom tips - When meeting new students on a first day of term - first impressions count!
Memoirs - stories from the academic director / recruiter of a private language school
Lifestyle - Should teachers in Thailand be making more use of their free time instead of just chasing money?
Thailand travel - Suphanburi is just 90 minutes from Bangkok and has plenty there to do.
— A time of uncertainty
Going home - Teacher James is returning to the UK after 7 years in Thailand and is feeling worried. How will potential employers in the UK view his time away?
Soaking wet - How to survive Myanmar's rainy season by Joko, our teacher in Yangon.
SE Asia Travel - Sam Thompson wasn't all that impressed with Phnom Penh.
Settling in - Teacher David Keth reports on how the first two weeks in the country have gone for him.
— Beef up your resume and get noticed
Get noticed - recruitment expert Kevin Cullen with tips on how to get your resume to the top of the pile.
Overweight and dark-skinned - the truth about the difficulties of getting a job in Thailand if you're of a certain colour and shape.
Skype interview? - how to prepare for an interview by webcam
30,000 baht a month - how far does that sort of salary go in Bangkok?
— It's not always about the money
Teacher advice - your first teacher salary might be low but it's often about just getting a foot in the door.
Got a question? - something about teaching in Thailand? We've got all the answers to the most common ones.
We need your help - your contributions to ajarn dot com are always welcome.
— Put it in the postbox!
Letters from readers - the Ajarn Postbox is the place to get things off your chest!
Will you find work in Thailand? - it's never an easy question to answer
Need to do a demo lesson? - how to prepare and the questions you should be asking
Young teachers v old teachers - who comes out on top in a recruiter's eyes?
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Get off to a good start...
Take your course
I bet that's a common Google search term
An enjoyable place but Bangkok still edges it
Don't be that person who lives a life of regrets
It's still a very busy time for recruiting teachers to work in Thailand
The thoughts of a returning expat
Surviving Myanmar's rainy season
A room away from home
A new term usually means meeting new students
It's all about getting a foot in the door