Has the recent Japanese disaster increased or decreased competition among potential English teachers?
So I've heard two conflicting sides to this. Some people think competition between English teachers for jobs will go down now because some/lots (don't know which) of them moved back home after the disaster. But then I've seen others say that it's just as fierce as ever, and maybe more so now (don't know the reasoning). So in your opinion, or from what you know, do you think it's harder or easier or around the same?
Asked By: Liam B - 7/12/2011
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Job offers for me from my old company has increased 2 fold, they've been asking me to come back on a part-time basis cause they lost a handful of staff that "fled". This is because a bunch of foreigners "flyjin" left the country leaving those who where left and didn't leave with a bit more stuff to do... More
Answered By: JCrew - 7/12/2011
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The competition is still there. Most of Japan was untouched by the tsunami.
Answered By: Carl_the_Truth - 7/12/2011
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