I knew that there are two choices, JET and Eikaiwa, which you will write in your next post, but did not know that there are private companies that accept teachers. The schools in Japan have a lot of rules and less flexibility. So sometimes it is difficult to work in such an environment.
Anyway, I wish you will find a better place than Japan!
While many consider working for a private company as a cop out for those who couldn’t get past the strict regulations of JET, Private companies provide a simple flexibility that the JET programme cannot provide, and is often a better option for those who have a clear idea of what they want from their Japanese experience, or who want to apply all year round.
FLEXIBILITY. While you can never be guaranteed the perfect placement in Japan, with the 100s of private companies commissioning ALTs here in Japan, it is possible to apply to as many as you want until you find one that is the perfect fit for you. If you apply after you have been living in Japan, then it’s the perfect opportunity to scout out something in an area you like. Private companies often also accept applications all year round, and while their biggest intakes are in…
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