Architect Finds a Love for Teaching English in Japan
May 14, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: PR-inside.com
Dingwall, Ross-Shire, May 14, 2010 -- Mike Gilchrist found that the poor state of the economy meant that there were few jobs available for architects in the UK so instead of taking a boring office job, he gained a TEFL qualification and moved to Japan to teach English as a foreign language.
sad. Japan makes the men into teachers and the women into hostesses.
He should be an architect in Japan, or the EU.
Skilled labor knows how to work it, and get paid well...
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