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February 23, 2005

Nova Rocks!

“Oh!” There’s a look of disgust, an awkward silence and the conversation dies. This is the usual response when I tell fellow foreigners I work for Nova. “What’s it like?” is the question that eventually follows—asked with suspicious, scrutinizing eyes.

So begins a recent Metropolis article by Nova teacher Gil Cruz, who paints a very different picture than we usually hear of life working at Japan's biggest eikaiwa school operator. He cites the company's good salary and flexible holiday system as reasons why he's glad he changed his mind about quitting the school.
Good company: Don’t believe everything you hear. Nova rocks!

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