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February 09, 2005

Why Japan?

In a local newspaper in Maine, Deborah Lea writes about how she came to be teaching English in Japan. While she says she's happy to be here, Japan wasn't her first choice. But teaching in Thailand didn't pay enough to enable her to repay her law school loan and South Korea just didn't work out. The process by which she ended up here may be informative for anyone else considering taking the leap.
Why Japan?

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