Japan has long recognized the need to to educate its students in the English language, starting as early as Kindergarten with classes in English and continuing through the university years with instruction. In addition to classes in the scholastic sector, private companies hire English teachers to improve their employees' business English. With this demand in mind, John Paxton, owner of Paxton Inc. has created All-About-Teaching-English-in-Japan.com, a comprehensive website that "puts together tons of useful information designed to answer your questions about becoming an English teacher in Japan." Says Paxton. —
The website is a complete guide to teaching as well as other jobs in japan and answers questions about what to expect from life in Japan. According to Paxton, "Many people may consider teaching in Japan, but most find they have more questions than answers. We address as many of those questions as possible. People often ask, How much can I expect to earn? What's Japan's weather like? How do I get started? Can I teach in Japan without a visa? Do I need TESOL certification to teach in Japan? and How do I get a visa? Just to name a few. We discuss all of these and more."
Paxton continues, "We probably get more questions about TEFL Courses than any other. Some people want to go to a brick and mortar class while others want an online tefl course. Frankly, there are literally tons of different courses out there. To make things even more confusing, there are different terms for essentially the same thing. TESL, TEFL, TEOSL and CELTA. Most importantly, is it worth your time and money to get a TESL certificate, if you'll be teaching English in japan? To help you get to the bottom of this, we've cut through the clutter and answered some basic stuff in our FAQ. Our readers seem to really appreciate our honesty and bluntness."
"If you've been thinking about teaching English in Japan as a way of experiencing a new culture, learning a new language or just trying something fresh and exciting, this site is a must read for you. Working overseas is a major decision in a person's life. Plus, there's a lot of misleading information about teaching English in Japan on the Internet. Our goal is to present the facts about jobs in Japan, the good, bad and the ugly, so you can discover if teaching English in Japan is right for you." Paxton concludes.
About Paxton Inc.:
Paxton Inc. has created a comprehensive website designed to give readers the honest facts about jobs in Japan, both positive and negative, so the interested parties can make informed decisions about teaching English in Japan.
Name: John Paxton
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Organization: Paxton Inc.
Phone: (81) 080-4971-6303
Release ID: 7225