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Apply Now for TEACHING JOB in CHINA & KOREA
« on: October 30, 2019, 08:17:01 am »
Job Description
We are writing to you on behalf of AppleTree Recruiting to thank you very much for your interest in teaching abroad in South Korea and to offer you a bit more information about the process. As one of the recruitment companies in the country that has been awarded membership to the Recruitment Agency of South Korea, AppleTree is government-certified for its commitment to providing and securing the best teaching contract possible for each candidate. In contrast to other recruiting companies that only aid in securing a job, AppleTree is dedicated to providing each teacher support through one hundred percent of their teaching contract.

We have two offices: one in Seoul, Korea as well as a US office in Denver, CO.

www.appletreeedu.com
hr@appletreeedu.com


Benefits
The salary is negotiable after an interview. But the starting is 2.1~2.8million Korean Won.

- Providing fully- furnished single housing
- Providing Airfare
- Severance pay
- Providing paid vacation and National holidays
- National pension/ Health insurance
- School Training
« Last Edit: October 30, 2019, 11:28:03 am by Arsalan »


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As one of the recruitment companies in the country that has been awarded membership to the Recruitment Agency of South Korea,


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Re: Apply Now for TEACHING JOB in CHINA & KOREA
« Reply #2 on: October 30, 2019, 05:36:00 pm »
Yes, it's either written by a kyopo or by someone who has been exposed to some business English but doesn't know how to translate Korean into English well.  :azn:
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Re: Apply Now for TEACHING JOB in CHINA & KOREA
« Reply #3 on: October 30, 2019, 07:55:09 pm »
I just cannot imagine it as an "award".....well, at least one that matters in a positive way.