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    Does anyone know about teaching in Japan

    This school seems ok, would I have a chance ?

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    no

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    great place to live japan; shit place to work
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    Look Jonny 16,000 posts because I have no life Danger, I got your negative reputations before on that other thread today. I didnt realise that it was some turf war thread with another forum, I cannot be expected to know who is who. So let's let bygones be bygones and treat this thread as the serious one that it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reinvented View Post
    great place to live japan; shit place to work
    I worked in Japan for more than 5 years and thought it was a great place to live and work.

    OP - not knowing your experience and qualifications makes it impossible to tell whether you have a chance. I don't know anything about that particular school but if you have any more general questions about Japan then I might be able to answer.
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    They have a forum in Japan too ... gaijinpot.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by reinvented View Post
    great place to live japan; shit place to work
    No great change from Thailand then.

    Quote Originally Posted by EnglishEnglishTeacher View Post
    OP - not knowing your experience and qualifications makes it impossible to tell whether you have a chance.
    That would seem to be pretty damned obvious, OP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indoguru View Post
    So let's let bygones be bygones and treat this thread as the serious one that it is.
    Why is this serious thread in the newbie zone look Indo, I have 152 posts-and-am-not-a-newbie-Guru?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonny danger View Post
    no
    Quote Originally Posted by Indoguru View Post
    Look Jonny 16,000 posts because I have no life Danger, I got your negative reputations before on that other thread today. I didnt realise that it was some turf war thread with another forum, I cannot be expected to know who is who. So let's let bygones be bygones and treat this thread as the serious one that it is.

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    Sorry, next time you ask a yes/no question I'll go with the other option. If YES makes you happy, YES it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sentrix View Post
    Why is this serious thread in the newbie zone
    Seems a fair question.

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    I would say no, you don't have a chance... unless you're thinking 2012

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    Seems like some of the forum heavyweights here prefer to jump on newbies.

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    yeah they do! Just ignore it and hope for decent advice eventually.

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    I spent 2 years in several different cities in Japan. If you want to get your feet wet, but don't want to commit to long term, check out Westgagte. They hire for short term, intensive programs in and around Tokyo. They'll set you up with a place to live, arrange transportation, and pay you a decent wage. Once you're in the country, there are tons of jobs to be had.
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