Why applying for jobs in Thailand by e-mail can be such a minefield
The harsh reality is that if you are not currently living in Thailand, the vast majority of schools simply won't be interested in you.
Postbox letter from Johnnie
Perhaps prospective employees should concentrate more on that first email, which might result in fewer rejections.
Avoid falling into any of these teacher traps
Ajarn has put together a list of the most common mistakes that teachers make in Thailand - both new arrivals and those who have been here a while.
Doing it the right way!
One of the most soul-destroying things for many job applicants is to not receive replies to your emails. But are you going about things the right way? Read recruiter Chris's excellent guide on how to do it right.
All we're asking for is a reply
I feel it is just unprofessional that if someone well qualified for an advertised job takes the time to research the job and your school, then you as an employer should have the courtesy (manners) to acknowledge that application even if the applicant may not be right person for the job.