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    How is the Red Shirt war affecting the teaching job market?

    I imagine alot of people who have agreed to start work in May are backing out. Especially the younger kids fresh out of college. . anyone work in HR or know somebody that does and have some insight into this?. .

    Prob will be alot of new job openings in the next month or so?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcatt66 View Post
    I imagine alot of people who have agreed to start work in May are backing out.
    This happens all the time, regardless of the SOE.
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    what job market ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcatt66 View Post

    Especially the younger kids fresh out of college.



    Do we git any of them in LOS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8ball View Post
    Do we git any of them in LOS?
    they are all over Phuket. .

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    Quote Originally Posted by bet View Post
    This happens all the time, regardless of the SOE.
    true but if this was going on last year and I was living in America watching CNN I prob would not have come here. . Id imagine those numbers have doubled or tripled. .

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcatt66 View Post
    if this was going on last year and I was living in America watching CNN I prob would not have come here. . Id imagine those numbers have doubled or tripled.
    True enough, but it really depends on their motive for coming here. Those wishing a brief stint in an Asian country may well opt for other alternatives. However, as robbi would say, the lure of the flange is strong

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    Quote Originally Posted by bet View Post
    However, as robbi would say, the lure of the flange is strong
    Is that really true? All teachers in Thailand are here for the 'flange' ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indoguru View Post
    Is that really true? All teachers in Thailand are here for the 'flange' ?
    Not all, only those that have an engineering background...


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    Do Aussies use the term 'flange'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bet View Post
    Not all, only those that have an engineering background...
    That's a lovely flange there, Bet.

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    I would haver thought the lack of education was the cause of the problem in LOS.

    I mean you haven't seen the city slickers out in suits and ties have you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonah!! View Post
    I would haver thought the lack of education was the cause of the problem in LOS. I mean you haven't seen the city slickers out in suits and ties have you?
    Care to try that again?

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