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An ISR Member Writes:
What ISR Members are Saying:
The interviews I have had were for Tier 2/3 schools in Thailand, Ukraine, Mozambique and Bolivia but I have blanketed the planet with my resume so I’m surprised at the lack of interest. One job offer from Thailand but at a wage that just covers my expenses.
You are not alone. I am also feeling worried, concerned, frustrated, disappointed.
I thought we were strong candidates – teaching couple, IB experience, international experience, etc. – and we’re at almost 30 applications out. A couple of one-way interviews, one zoom interview, which was refreshing, and a few friendly rejections. But mostly silence.
Same feelings going on in our household, too. We keep holding on to those well-wishers’ words of “it’s still early”, but yeah – definitely beginning to get a bit nervous.
Omg, I’m also trying not to panic. 18 years teaching, 14 overseas, 9 in the PYP, and no one even wants to TALK with me! Is it that I’m not married? Is it so, so, so important to be married??!?
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