Demise of the "Teachers Looking for Work" section.

Postbox letter from Ronald

I was one of the first teachers to use the feature, and I notified you immediately after securing work. But over time, as many teachers began to be placed on the section, I had to wonder how many of them were not finding work, and how many of them had, but didn't give a hoot to let you know


It's a business

Postbox letter from Donald Patnaude

Overall the teacher's salaries (for foreign teachers) is a joke and becoming more ridiculous by the day.


Enough of those crappy job ads

Postbox letter from Max

Please stop accepting these ads to help force these schools and thieving agencies to pay a liveable wage


Supply and demand

Postbox letter from Ajarnallo

Six years ago there weren't half as many so called, "English Teachers", in Thailand as there are now.


How to land that job

Tips for getting a teaching job in Thailand.

Thinking of interviewing for teaching jobs? What's the best way to go about it? What are the questions to ask at an interview and what kind of answers should you be looking for?


Unemployable at age 60

Postbox letter from Kevin O'Donnell

It seems that it is almost impossible for me to gain another teaching position in Thailand (in government schools and universities) as I have recently turned 60


Clouds of smoke

Postbox letter from Fair go

Surely there must be the element in institutions where English is taught for profit in Thailand, that they want to adorn their business prospectus with a young and handsome or beautiful white face.


It's really up to you

Postbox letter from Ian Bkk

What suits me as a teaching job, is very different from the next teacher. We all have different needs.


Discrimination exists all over

Postbox letter from Dan

Undoubtedly there is racial discrimination in hiring. There is also ageism in hiring, even in the U.S.


You give customers what they want - it's a business

Postbox letter from Joe Hoeson

I would like to say that my original letter was regarding whether or not it's okay to put 'native speakers only' need apply. Now, whether or not native speaker is used to mean we do not want black or Asian teachers is another story.


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