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name is Jeff Miller.
Like many others, I arrived in South Korea with little more than a college diploma, a certificate to teach
English as a second language and the self-confidence to
face the challenge.
Starting off as one of
only two teachers at a family-operated language institute, it is safe
to say that my debut in
from the ground floor. For nearly a decade I
taught in various private sector positions, including that of head
teacher at one of the country's largest franchise institutes. I also
taught at a public technical high school—an assignment that, in my
opinion, is one of the most challenging and potentially rewarding in
South Korea. (Hint! Unless you REALLY enjoy teenagers, avoid this one!)
Life abroad is a challenge
for even the most experienced of teachers, and I have certainly
prevailed over many of my own challenges. That having been said, you
may be surprised to learn that teaching will not be the biggest
challenge you will confront when living and working abroad in South
Korea. Your biggest challenge
will be finding the RIGHT
Take my advice: Find the right job, and the rest will take care
of itself. The right job will come with the
right environment, the right resources and the right mentors—all of
which will help you become a successful teacher and fully enjoy your
free time. Find the wrong job, however, and I can assure you that a
year can be very long indeed.
Experience Does Not Always Lead to Success
So, let me share a bit of my personal experience. Prior to departing
for South Korea, I reviewed several online forums and tried to
determine how some
seemed to find the right jobs, while other equally
qualified teachers always seemed to find…well, let us just say
Unfortunately, before I
could sort things out entirely, I left for South Korea and fell into
one of the wrong jobs myself. Coming from a sales and marketing
background, I had ample experience conducting job searches with
employers who overpromised and under delivered. I guess I assumed my experience would
carry over to any job search anywhere in
the world, but unfortunately, I was wrong.
Devil Is in the Details
My first year was a difficult one, to be sure, but I was determined
to find the right job the next time around. Possessing a
passion for studying the Korean language and culture, I decided to
expand that passion into deciphering Korean culture as it related to my
career. As you might guess, I discovered some of the mistakes I had
made, and I also figured
out what I had to do to improve the results of my next job search!
Over the years, I have
learned a lot and come to the conclusion that the formula for
conducting a successful job search in South Korea (where you end up
with the right job) is not difficult to master. But here is the KEY
differences between the way you should prepare for and
conduct a job search in South Korea and how you would do so in your own
As you may already
know, South Korea is a HIGHLY competitive society. There are lots of
rules (customs) and little patience for those who do not follow them.
As an outsider, you really have limited choices. You can confront these
rules on your own through trial
and error, or you
can follow the
lead of someone who has already succeeded at what you are
trying to accomplish. Which option sounds less risky to
say, the devil is in the details. When seeking employment in a foreign
country with rules you do not entirely understand, I would say the devil is ALWAYS
in the details.
You Excited About the
Possibilities That Await You?
For you, teaching English
in South Korea may be an appealing gap year option; or, it may be a
viable part of a long-term career path. Either way, my PRIMARY GOAL
is to assist you
in finding a job that will allow you to focus your energy
on immersing yourself amongst the wonderfully
fascinating people and amazing
culture of South Korea.
By writing Korea Experience
and sharing what I have learned, I also hope to open up to you some of
the many unexpected opportunities the country of South Korea and its
people have opened up to me.
I hope you are
beginning to become excited
about the possibilities that await you in South Korea!
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Korea was a "teachers' job market" when I began teaching. Teachers were
in short supply, and truthfully, simply looking the part got
you hired at a salary that was twenty percent (or more) above the norm.
Employers could not get you on a plane fast enough. The problem was,
there were not many resources like Korea
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Nowadays, the global economy and local factors have created an
oversupply of teachers. Excellent positions are still available, but
competition can be intense, and potential teachers are evaluated on
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now an "employers' job market" in South Korea, and the best English
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It is now
an "employers' job market" in South Korea, and the
best English teaching positions go to the people who know how to work
the current situation to their advantage.
The reward of a successful job search in South Korea is a teaching
position that allows you to fully enjoy your time working and living
abroad. The process of obtaining one of these positions is not overly
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Koreans can be very demanding, and how you conduct your job search will
in part determine if you are fully equipped to be an English teacher in
their country or not. Being able to make decisions quickly and under
pressure is a notable part of being South Korean, and phrases like
balle," ("hurry, hurry") are so fixed in the culture there is no
escaping them. If you already possess the confidence to function
effectively in this type of environment, you have an advantage over
Unfortunately, confidence alone will not lead you to the right English
teaching position in South Korea. To set yourself up to receive several
viable and simultaneous job offers, you will need to be resourceful
enough to gather the tools necessary to efficiently manage your time
and maximize each contact with multiple recruiters and potential
employers. Combine these tools with the knowledge and skills required
to assess each available opportunity while keeping the entire process
moving briskly along and you are likely to succeed. Success the first
time around is the only option when failure means repeating the entire
process all over again.
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you are serious about teaching English in South Korea, then you have
already done some research. You have inevitably encountered the
"dramatic accounts" of some teachers' difficulties with employers,
which I am not going to go into details about here. Let us just say
that one teacher's experience in South Korea can be very different from
to be clear, let me state again that South Koreans are wonderful
people. In my opinion, the causes of teachers' difficulties with
employers are frequently split 50/50 between both parties. Still,
problematic employers exist everywhere, and you clearly want to avoid
problematic employers exist everywhere,
and you clearly want to avoid them.
The time to address potential problems is while you are conducting your
job search—not after you set foot on the plane. Once you are in South
Korea, problems with employers only tend to expand in scale, and they
can do so quickly.
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people, frustration will eventually lead you to quit with little to
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my little tip may not do all that for you. But, I guarantee you will be
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Thank you again for your
interest in Korea Experience.
Should you encounter
any issues with the downloading of this book, please contact me. Best
luck to you in your future endeavors. And, as they say in South Korea,
Miller / email@example.com
Content Copyright 2012 Jeff
Miller / All Rights Reserved