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Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by claytie, Dec 6, 2019.
Is the teachers' retirement age flexible in Thailand?
Quite a few things seem to be flexible in Thailand.
Yes, I know a number of teachers who are over 65 and having no problems with employment in international schools.
It depends on your school, but yes I have heard of a few internationals schools keeping staff on after they are 60. Usually, these teachers have been working in their school for a number of years before they turned 60.
Government schools in Thailand, are more stricter on the retirement age though.
'are more stricter'
Or just stricter?
We've got a couple of teachers approaching 70. Doesn't seem to be an issue.