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Anonymous asked:

I meant advice about other things, but sure. The blog focuses more on JP

Do you mean just general life advice? I guess I’m not quite sure what you’re asking. I’d be glad to help, though, if you’d enlighten me. :)

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Anonymous asked:

Well I was wondering if you could give me some advice? Thanks in advance.

Much as it pains me to admit this, what I’ve given out already (via our previous messages and what you’ve seen elsewhere on this blog) represents my entire store of advice. I wish I knew a special “Get hired to work in Japan” spell; believe me, I do. I would have used it straight away to obviate my own need for an interview.

Does anyone out there have more advice for this anon? I’m all out.

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Hey Girly. I wrote to you a little while back about my AEON interview invitation. I just finished the long interview with them. There were only 3 applicants. But I wasn't selected. I am not sure why. Company policy dictates you can't ask for improvement suggestions or even interview remarks at theirs. Do you have any advice to pass another? I got one with Amity next week. I figure it will prob be same thing unless I step up. I have letters of recommendation. Thanks

Aww, sorry to hear you didn’t make it! Eikaiwa move in mysterious ways sometimes. I’m afraid I can’t give too much concrete advice, beyond what I’ve already said, without having seen your model lesson. Truly, it’s all about that.

It would be hard to even mention your references to them until you get to the individual interview, and even then they can only affect your case if it’s really borderline. References, alas, matter less when applying for eikaiwa than they do when applying to other jobs.

My suggestion if you don’t make it into Amity? Screw the eikaiwa and apply to Interac. The pay is lower and the support is spotty, but the impression I get is that they don’t turn anyone down. Like, ever. If you want to get to Japan at any cost, that might be a good back-up plan for you.

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