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    ajarnjobspace.com

    I've had a browse, and it looks very impressive. Far more helpful and user friendly than ajarn, and the page doesn't need to open the chain of fruit machine styled flashing banners.

    Well done for taking things to the next level, whoever you are.

    (I do suggest changing the banner from "Thai teaching jobs" though)

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    You 'browse too mutt"

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    Looking for a job Smeg?

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    I passed the url onto a friend of mine and he also thought it was a good site and intends to use them when he changes job at the end of term

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    ajarnjobspace.com10-11-2008 04:25 AMPlan B.Where's the link smeggy?

    You could just type in AjarnJobspace.com: Thailand teaching jobs, or click on the bright yellow thing near the top centre of the page mate.

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    ^ But it's so much easier when you do it!


    Have you posted this link on the other site yet?

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    Nice site, pity the content is the same bollix.

    SalaryFull Time: At least 30,000 baht per month
    Job Level Kindergarten
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    Qualifications
    • 4 year degree in Kindergarten / Early childhood teaching
    You gonna be doing a thread on the 'crappiest job on ajarnjobspace.com Smeg, you now, to show how non-biased you are?

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    They got a few jobs paying 100k baht plus per month, if you got the proper degrees etc you aint gonna go for the 30k baht jobs are you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post
    They got a few jobs paying 100k baht plus per month, if you got the proper degrees etc you aint gonna go for the 30k baht jobs are you.
    I'd like to see one of those at 100k. In the meantime, feast your eyes on this one for a whole 19,700 baht a month. I mean, come on - would you bother getting out of bbed for it ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Fixit
    I'd like to see one of those at 100k.
    click here then go to advanced search, then type in over 99k baht, really is that simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Fixit
    I'd like to see one of those at 100k.
    click here then go to advanced search, then type in over 99k baht, really is that simple.
    Maybe it is, but I've only looked at it once, and briefly. I didn't bother with a search as there's so few jobs on there, only 72 when I was looking earlier. It seems to me that they should be highlighting those jobs, so I'd expect them to push the well-paid ones to puff the site a bit.
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    Initially, I thought this thread was referring to the jobs page on Ajarn.com. It seems like a great site.

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    On a grading scale of 1-10 I would give it 2.Total waste of time lousy jobs and a cut and paste from ajarn I reckon

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    ^So your saying that ajarn has lousy jobs? No pleasing some people is there.

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    lousy jobs and a cut and paste from ajarn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Fixit
    'd like to see one of those at 100k. In the meantime, feast your eyes on this one for a whole 19,700 baht a month. I mean, come on - would you bother getting out of bbed for it ...
    That's a pretty basic uni package in Thailand, though. There are few hours...9 to teach a week, generally plus 6 office hours. The rest of your time is yours to take on lucrative privates or whatever.

    I did the advanced search and founding nothing over 60K though.

    As far as having limited jobs right now, they're new - cut 'em some slack and this isn't high hiring season either.

    It looks good, much easier to use than that other site, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterStretch View Post
    The rest of your time is yours to take on lucrative privates or whatever.
    Or sleep with attractive students....well try to anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Fixit
    so I'd expect them to push the well-paid ones to puff the site a bit.
    I think 90 percent of the farang teachers in Thailand are not qualified to get a well paying teaching job, if they were they would be in contact with the international schools and not some back street language school, seems to be a world of difference to me but most TEFLers don't seem to see it that wau.

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    ^ don't agree with that at all. The percentage and the motivations are more complex than just money.

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    People are generally paid what they are worth, if you believe you are not being paid enough then get a job that pays more, if you can't get a job that pays more then you basically have reached your peak and that is your station in life.

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    Lets look at this from another angle, most teflers are gonna get 30k baht per month and most think they are worth more, many will say they don't have the time to look for a better paying job, so lets say you need 6 months to find the ultimate job, 6 times 30k baht is all you need to bring to Thailand to find your ultimate job, if you don't find it in 6 months then it don't exist, much the same as "sex instructor for page 3 models" doesn't exist

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    The dynamics of finding a good teaching job in Thailand are pretty simple. The problem is, some people can't accept that qualifications do in fact matter. Hence you see some folks asking the dishonest and deluded question, "what is a qualified teacher?"

    If you don't have qualifications, you take your chances. Why and how should it be any different?

    Those with no degree, no experience, no bono-fido teaching credentials can still get jobs here. But the mind boggles regarding why anyone in such a position thinks they deserve more than 30K, and it's funny to watch them blame god and man for their predicament.

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    Lots of morons on ajarn regularly asking "I'm not sure that I can face another year in education or a year teaching in the UK, but should I do a PGCE before I flee back to Thailand?"

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    Thanks for the post, shall have a gander

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smeg View Post
    Lots of morons on ajarn regularly asking "I'm not sure that I can face another year in education or a year teaching in the UK, but should I do a PGCE before I flee back to Thailand?"
    99% of "teachers" in Thailand never ever taught elsewhere Smeg.

    You and I know that for a fact matey.

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