Zla'od wrote:Unless you can get seriously credentialed (and maybe even then), English teaching is usually a dead-end job, with little stability. I'm thinking for the sake of your life and career, not for the women who may or may not be impressed (it's hard to generalize). Is there any way to transfer your successful career to here?
Another option you might find attractive (but unrelated to Taiwan) is joining the Peace Corps.
Andrew0409 wrote:Making big life choices to fit for the women you want is not a good idea. Make the life you want and find a women who fits and wants the same thing.
wpballer wrote:I have always been interested in the idea of teaching english in taiwan, but I am wondering if I would be looked down on by women for having a low job.
wpballer wrote: also if it matters I am tall and attractive.
my succesfull career involves being in the united states air force for at least 7 years after i graduate, so no, there is a naval base in taiwan but no air force base
currently, I am in a situation where I am set up for success and an impressive career, however, I find myself miserable and longing to get out. I have always been interested in the idea of teaching english in taiwan, but I am wondering if I would be looked down on by women for having a low job. I have dated a taiwanese girl growing up in california and am really attracted to the type, so finding a quality partner is important to me. I also enjoy the food and many other aspects of Asian culture. I was wondering if i should pursue a successful career then try to find a girl in taiwan/live in taiwan or just do what interests me right now. Will i be looked down on by taiwanese women? also if it matters I am tall and attractive.
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