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Post Posted: Thu Aug 27, 2009 11:34 pm

Hello, does anyone know if its possible to get TEFL jobs in Malaysia?My native language is English
I am a qualified nurse, qualified social worker and NVQ assessor. I teach Health and Social Care in England and am looking for a change. Thankyou

 

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Re: TEFL

Post Posted: Sat Sep 05, 2009 10:21 am

Hallo,

maybe you could find some help at:
Kelly Services

Salaries for nurses in Malaysia start at 2000 RM, with a Bachelor degree it gets up to 3500 RM.
As an expat you can live with 3500 RM in Malaysia, but the problem (as far as I know) is, expats are not allowed to take a job with a salary of less than 8000 RM a month (that´s a rule for the 1. working year, after that it can be lower)!

Good luck!

 

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