August 29th, 2007

tea time

international job hunting

Looking for jobs overseas isn't as difficult as I had thought it might be.
Mel found some really awesome job prospects teaching English in Asia countries. With her teaching degree, this seems perfect for her. She wants to get out of her current job and into something exciting that helps her to use her head, not just her body. So, it looks right now like if she got accepted she could possibly be teaching in Korea or Japan. Both offer a lot of money and free housing and assistance with the visa process.  I am looking into jobs in either place and also at Australia jobs for her/me whatever. If she got another job, she'd go now and I would have to go later when school was finished or something like that. Or she'd go work her year contract and then come home to me.
Sounds terrifying, right? but oh so exciting!
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