A friend asked me to post this position for those interested in teaching English in the Quang Ninh Province. Job Announcement in Quang Ninh province, Vietnam 1. One Native Speaking English Teacher for teaching Kids (from 5 years old to 14 years old). Requirements: – Have enough documents, diplomas, certificates and experiences of teach English […]
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Note: This post was originally typed back in August, 2013, but never published. Today I decided to edit it since I have been out of Vietnam to work for over a year now. Hence, the context of this post reflects 2013 and early 2014 in Vietnam. Last week was Teacher’s Day in Vietnam. A very […]
I remember the headache I went through, with many others, back in 2009-2010 when I had to get my university diploma authenticated for the work permit. Back in mid-2010, it was an expensive and time consuming process. Before, the Vietnamese Embassy wanted all documents that were notarized in your state to be authenticated by the […]
Life in Saigon is getting back to normal. This is one of the best Tets I ever experienced in Saigon which is amazing since I never actually left the city. I got about 9 days rest but the actual holiday was probably 16 days for me since many of my students left class early and […]
Edit: For legal purposes, I was asked to remove company names from this post.
Since my brief consulting stint helping a previous clientin the investment sector find some employees in 2006, I have, off and on, helped companies and organizations find potential candidates and interns. I got paid pretty good for finding some staff members for my client. A couple other companies later hired me as a consultant to interview potential candidates. I even joined a Vietnamese company a couple years ago and posted jobs online for their HR company. When candidates were matched, I would get paid a couple months later. I called it easy money back then.