Two weeks after my college graduation, I was on a plane to Seoul to work for a start up as a marketing manager. I been at my current company for nearly three years and am constantly asked how on earth I found this job. Partially, it was luck, but now that I know where to find start up jobs
The other day on my way to work, while waiting at a red light, I noticed two Mormon missionaries walking on the sidewalk. Looking at them I wondered what it must be like for religious workers to live and work in Korea? What kind of job opportunities are available to them? Surprisingly there isn’t a
For individuals that do not have the option to work full time due to personal or legal restrictions, Korea does offer a bunch of part-time jobs. Kind Of Part-time Jobs Available Depending on your visa type (and in some cases nationality for example: working as a part time ESL teacher) there are a variety of
I take big issue with the idea that a job is somewhere you go out of necessity for a few grudging hours a day; where you go through motions to get the bills paid until you can go home and be a ‘real’ person. I take issue with it because I don’t understand how to not be
There was a time when shipbuilding was a synonym to Europe. The world has changed. The shipbuilding industry is no longer a domain of Europe. Even the biggest shipyards that remain in Europe are insignificant compared to the yards of Asia. Shipbuilding Industry In Korea Among the shipbuilding companies in the world, four of the
It’s no secret that if you move to a new country, a country severely different to yours in almost every single way, you will encounter cultural differences. This is true in restaurants, this is true on mountains, but never is this as true and crucial as in your workplace. The thing is that we were
There are possibilities and job openings in health care in Korea, for medical professionals who want to pursue a career in medicine. These opportunities are not as plentiful as teaching English and consequently there isn’t much information available. In this post, I will talk about working as a nurse or a medical coordinator in Korea.
Through all of the stages of our lives, there are little clues (to others, to ourselves) that tell of that particular stage, and often only become funny when we’re no longer in it and can objectively look back on it, or recognize the clues in others. When I was a teenager, the clue to my teenage-dom: