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Teaching abroad - spouse visa?

Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by kdtwist, Jul 1, 2020.

  1. kdtwist

    kdtwist New commenter

    Hi, I'm after some advice for anyone who has taught in Japan please. I'm keen to apply for a job and move with family (Husband and 2 children) in the next few years. I am a qualified and experienced primary teacher, my only worry is that Husband does not have a degree. He does however have a stable career in Estate Management (currently in the independent education sector). Would it be unrealistic to hope that the school I worked in would employ him also? If not, what are our options (if any!)?

    Thank you so much for any advice.
  2. nikki2482

    nikki2482 New commenter

    My husband has no qualifications whatsoever for various reasons in his life. He has however always made more money than me! Go figure.

    My school in Thailand have just offered him a job as a librarian just to get his foot in the door. He has no experience in this area but I think if the school want to help you enough as a family they will find something.

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