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Good luck everyone!

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by notyet, Jan 21, 2011.

  1. I have a phone interview next week and I am so nervous.
    On the upside, I doubt whether any brilliant, dynamic, passionate Pommy teachers will have applied as it is in a state school in a freezing place and the salary is moreorless what Im earning now; not much that is.
    But having said that I will be up against the rest of Europe.
    Oh well, nothing ventured nothing gained.
    Back to reading all the good advice on here.
    ¡Ay que nervios!
     
  2. I have a phone interview next week and I am so nervous.
    On the upside, I doubt whether any brilliant, dynamic, passionate Pommy teachers will have applied as it is in a state school in a freezing place and the salary is moreorless what Im earning now; not much that is.
    But having said that I will be up against the rest of Europe.
    Oh well, nothing ventured nothing gained.
    Back to reading all the good advice on here.
    ¡Ay que nervios!
     
  3. ..good luck Ane! Cool head and a quick mind....just show em some of that good ol' aussie "persuasion'! You are the best....it's your job now to let others know this!! [​IMG]
     
  4. Karvol

    Karvol Occasional commenter

    Good luck!
     
  5. Thank you. However, Im not feeling very confident. Luckily I have my job here for the rest of my working life.[​IMG]

     

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