Buffalo English is looking for an NES teacher

I've been looking for a new teaching job for the past two months. I was planning to get hired directly by a school, but having received no replies to my emails (probably bad timing, October-November), I decided to contact the numerous agencies that seemed to have plenty of jobs available ASAP. Due to your lack of communication and difficulties in reading and understanding messages and texts, and your laziness, I'd like to ask agents and recruiters, "Don't you like money? Do you like money? Do you want to make money?" Isn't that the reason you're in this recruitment business? If yes, then why are you wasting time, e.g. taking hours and days to arrange an interview or a phone call with you, or asking same questions multiple times, or asking to send a CV which is already attached to the email? Aren't you looking for a teacher to start ASAP? You need to place a foreigner in a school, and I need a job, so get your a** off the couch and put it to work. Thai schools/agencies have a shortage of teachers, so landing a job should have been an easy task, but I guess I was wrong about it.

Winston


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