AEON Interview (Day 2)

I found your article very interesting. I did not know how the theachers in the English schools in Japan were able to come to Japan. I could not imagine how they were able to find a post in the English school, first of all. Now I know a part of the secret. By the way, I believe the next typhoon will be big, too. I wish you are safe and sound in Fukuoka. 😉

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Day two is considerably shorter than day one.  Which is nice, but also leaves you with nerves at the end, a lot of them.

So, if you get the personal interview, you are invited to come back the next day.  They assign you an interview time, so it’s your job to make sure you’re there on time.  Since I stayed at a hotel about 15 minutes away, I had to give myself plenty of time to prepare in the morning to be there by 9:15.

I got there with some time to spare, so I went up to the third floor of the hotel and waited outside the room.  I could hear snippets of the person interviewing before me, which only added to my nerves.  A fellow interviewee came up a few minutes after I did, so we talked and discussed some of the things we had learned the previous…

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