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Weigookin74



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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 6:18 pm    Post subject: Re: 1.6 in the first month? Reply with quote

Soldier wrote:
Before you know it....in a couple years....the teachers will be earning 1.0M 1.1M a month like they did back in 1995/96.


No...we cannot let that happen..


Well, there won't be many waygooks here, except for a couple of odd backpackers.... The 2.0 Mill is a killer what with the worse off exchange rate nowadays. Any lower and there'd be a mass exodus. Maybe it would have to go below 1.8 to see the mass exodus.

Saw a clip of Korean news in the dentist's office yesterday that said the number of elementary kids are declining and hakwon levels that were rising have gone back down to 2007 levels. Not sure if it was numbers of students or just percentage levels. (My Korean level is poor.) Numbers kept going up until 2010ish. Only difference now is far more English teachers than back in 2007 and even more applying nowadays.
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