5 Reasons Millennials Are Taking English Teaching Jobs In Korea

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#1 The Money

#2 The Adventure

#3 You Don’t Need To Speak Korean

#4 Korea Has A Low Cost Of Living

#5 Positions For English-Speaking Teachers Are abundant

All Positions Are Not Created Equal

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James L. Paris

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James L. Paris is the host of Jim Paris Live and author of 32 books, including The 90 Minute Bitcoin Quick Start. Editor In Chief Of ChristianMoney.com.

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