Websites for Finding a Teaching Job in Japan

There's more to working in Japan than just teaching English though, to be honest, not that much more if you don't speak Japanese. Our initial short list for today's Friday three did include a couple of sites good for other ways to work in Japan but we'll follow these up another day and instead focus today on good sites for finding teaching jobs in Japan.

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An Expat’s Advice on Teaching English in Japan

From preparing for the move abroad and choosing the right type of visa to becoming a qualified language teacher and applying for jobs, Shaun, a British expat working as an Assistant Language Teacher, offers his advice and useful tips to help us decide which route is best for becoming a language teacher in Japan.

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#RTWsoon: Henry Lee

43 year old Henry, from Vancouver, had worked in astronomy for almost 20 years and lived in four countries on three continents. With a need to do something different he made the decision to leave his job and travel around the world for a year.

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Frano Selak: The World’s Luckiest Traveller?

In 1963, Selak was blown out of an airplane when the door blew off. 19 people died but Selak landed in a haystack and survived with minor injuries. This wasn’t Selak’s first brush with death. The year previously Selak’s train to Dubrovnik derailed into an icy river.

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