Okami wrote:First, must not troll comment and I want to appreciate all that have the willpower to not troll. I personally know how hard it is.
I'd suggest 104.com.tw or whatever catches your fancy. Work the various job boards for each city.
housecat wrote:Thanks for the great post, Icon. I'll have to check out your woe thread.
I need morning/flexble hours because my son is in school in the morning/afternoons. The problem with teaching is that it must be formal teaching to match this schedule, or I have to work in the evenings and never see my kiddo. Formal teaching is fine. I was even offered a job last month at a great school here, but couldn't accept it because my son was in hospital. They've offered me a position in September, but that's a long time from now.
Work that I could do from home sounds fabulous, actually, and I was talking to Tsuki a few months ago about doing some English to Spanish translation. I might still give that a go, but I kinda feel like a sham when I actually consider it. I did it in Arkansas, informally, for the Department of Human Services, though, and interpretation, too. I guess I just need to build up some confidence in a language I haven't used much in a long time.
Dragonbones wrote:I think the idea of teaching cooking at home sounds fun. You could do small classes, and consider whether to treat it as a hands-on English class (so you teach them the relevant vocabulary in advance, then use it during the cooking lessons) or as a straight-up cooking class, taught in whatever language you can handle it in.
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