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March 29, 2006

Tough Times for Teachers

"English teaching in Japan is not what it used to be. Conditions are changing; the work is harder to come by, wages are falling, and staff are increasingly taking their employers to court." according to Trevor Clarke. Phoenix Associates vice president Peter Owans says that "It wasn't always like this; for many that arrived in the bubble era, Japan was heaven." Some industry experts believe that the face of English teaching in Japan is changing rapidly.
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