Working abroad as a german translator/teacher?

  • ShagonTheHate

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    Aug 22, 2009 7:09 PM GMT
    I'm a little unsure if to continue with studying german or applying for economy cause I really want to move abroad later in my life but don't know with which profession it would be easier. So... I have economy or german+japanese+information sciences (programming)? Destinations: Anywhere in Europe/USA/Canada/Australia where it's civilizedicon_biggrin.gif.
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    Aug 23, 2009 2:45 AM GMT
    Japan has really nice benefits for foreigners who go and teach english. It's also a little easier because it's been americanized a bit and everythign is written with the english alphabet. I taught at an international school. It was an international school to prep people for the japanese public school. I was going there for school so wasn't a program; however, my sister and I did meet some people who were in a program and they said they loved it. My sister graduated and went into their public school system, but i came back to the US :-(
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    Aug 23, 2009 5:57 AM GMT
    ShagonTheHate saidI'm a little unsure if to continue with studying german or applying for economy cause I really want to move abroad later in my life but don't know with which profession it would be easier. So... I have economy or german+japanese+information sciences (programming)? Destinations: Anywhere in Europe/USA/Canada/Australia where it's civilizedicon_biggrin.gif.






    Civilized?...Ugh!.. How boring..icon_mad.gif