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Applying for positions or recruiting employees in Thailand can lead to dead ends—unless you have insider know-how. This category includes guides on hiring and managing employees, finding work, teaching English, and applying for internships.
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When I first came to Thailand four years ago, I had a hard time landing a full-time writing job because I didn’t have a degree in journalism, communications, or creative writing. My portfolio was slim. And I’m not a native English speaker. I decided to become a freelance writer when I realized I can make […]
Companies in Thailand have been offering internship programs for decades. If you’re studying in Thailand or studying overseas but are interested in Thailand, becoming an intern couldn’t get any easier. Internship programs are becoming more popular because there’s more international students in Thailand and expats in the workforce. Many major Thai universities have been opening […]
Looking for a TEFL Course with a Job Guarantee? Check Out Text-And-Talk Academy Teaching English is one of the easiest ways for foreigners to work in Thailand. But to pave that path for yourself, there are requirements you’ll need to complete. One being a TEFL certificate. But whatever you do—take a TEFL course in Thailand […]