Native teachers with a TEFL or a degree are just the required documentation for working at Hujiang, who pay relatively handsomely – $16 to $20 per hour.
One of the biggest ESL businesses in China, visiting their site might get you in a pickle, so best to contact them direct with resume and pic attached.
Being so large attracts a whole host of reviews on glassdoor – 85 at present (13/09/19). One common positive theme is that they are punctual with pay, so that’s reassuring.
The negatives include the common and sometimes truthful trope that Chinese employers treat foreign staff with a lack of respect. “Stinky attitude”, “arrogant”, “how they treat teachers – basically as lesser beings” – are characterizations you may stumble across.
Additional cons suggest difficulty understanding some of the info they send you; bad communication; booking inconsistencies and lack of transparency between teacher and staff, plus the inability to teach on both the kids and adult platform – all amounting to further niggles, particularly if you’re South African and prefer teaching kids.
The interview process also is said to last up to 6 weeks for some with weekly hours fairly scarce in the beginning. There are in contrast some glowing reviews. Scouring through yourself should give you a fuller picture.
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