JOB LINKS
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For additional, non-Korea listings, please see my blog.
 
 
English-teaching Positions*

Dave's ESL Cafe (Korea page)
THE place to go! Has dozens of jobs listed by the schools themselves. Go here first.

 
Berlitz International
The "worldwide leader in language training" has several schools in Seoul.
 
Korea Job Finder
Efficient-looking site that allows searches by location, salary, hours, student age, and more. No need to spend time scrolling past jobs you aren't interested in -- browse only the jobs that match your search criteria.
 
WorknPlay
A "Job Resource and Entertainment Guide" for those living in Korea. Lots of listings and info for expats.
 
PlanetESL
Useful website with lots of info in addition to jobs and placement services.
 

Canada-ESL.com
Well-developed site that offers, "Info for studying English in Canada and Free online English Lessons; Your Total ESL Resource." I
ncludes lots of printable English lessons.

 
ESLPro.com
Good-looking, informative site with jobs throughout Asia.
 
teachkoreanz.com
TeachKoreaNZ is a New Zealand owned and operated company, "specializing in recruitment of native-speaking English teachers and distribution of quality NZ educational ESL learning materials."
 
ESLUSA.org
Large site with information for both students and teachers, including on-line job listings in Korea and other countries.
 
Asia-Pacific Connections, Ltd.
"APC is based in Vancouver, Canada and we recruit English teachers for jobs in Korea. Most jobs involve teaching children. All the jobs we handle provide airfare, accommodation, a contract completion bonus, and a legal employment visa."
 
TESall.com
Not specifically Korea-related. To quote from their site, "TESall.com is the Web's first vertical search portal for ESL/EFL job seekers. Our spider crawls job boards across the Internet, indexing their postings and making them searchable."
 
HiTeacher.com
Interesting play on Seoul's new logo by a website offering job listings, classifieds and articles on life in Korea.
 
TEFLAsia.com
Well-designed site but limited Korea content. One of the few sites with SE Asia content.
 
 

Business, Translation and Technical Positions*

McKinney Consulting
"The premier provider of executive search and human resources capital services in Korea." Focuses on bi-lingual Koreans and expats who want to work for multinational companies.
 
KOPRA International - interested in an internship in Korea? Does your company need an intern? Head here for info.
 
HanList.com
Job board for those bilingual in Korean and English. Includes many listings in the U.S.
 
Atlantic Research Technologies, L.L.C.
International executive search firm that had a decent number of listings for Asia when I checked - though the number of jobs in Korea was low. This link takes you to the Korea page.
             
             

Know before you go*

Roosters and Car Horns
My advice for those heading to, or living in, Korea.

 
What Should I Bring to Korea? (reader submission)
There are several things that you should consider bringing with you, and some things you should not. If you forget, and you probably will, you can find almost anything . . . more
 
KOTESOL
This, "is a professional organization of teachers of English whose main goal is to assist its members in their self-development and to contribute to the improvement of ELT in Korea."
 
How to Collect Severance Pay in South Korea
A very useful site for learning your rights and what you need to do to protect them. Info now a bit dated.
 
Korean Labor Law
Provided by the Korean Ministry of Labor.
 

*These sites are listed for your benefit. They are not in any way endorsed by or related to 1stopKorea.com. Should you have a problem with any site on the list please e-mail me by heading to the feedback page. Thank you.

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There are plenty of great jobs - be patient and find one!

NEVER, never, never agree to a contract without first contacting at least one person already employed at the school. Don't let your zeal to get a new job cloud your judgment - ALWAYS try to talk with someone familiar with working at the actual location before you sign the contract. Why tempt fate to save the cost of a phone call?

   
 
   
 
Textbooks
 
Speaking for Everyday Life 1
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Speaking for Everyday Life 2
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