Working As A Nanny in Korea: Full-Time and Part-Time

Do you want to work as a nanny in South Korea? As foreigners began immigrating to South Korea in higher numbers, many babysitting jobs have opened. Some choose to bring their own babysitter along, while others will choose a new one. However, even some Korean families prefer having English-speaking babysitters and bring their children up

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5 Simple Moves to Help Your Health at Work

Whether you’re sitting at a desk all day or on your feet teaching, your body takes a beating most days at work.  It is easy to forget that there are plenty simple steps we can take throughout our day to ease the pain and strengthen our muscles.  From your fingers to your eyes, here are

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D-10: Job Seeker Visa

This visa is for individuals who wish to engage in researching, technology / business start up and job seeking activities in South Korea. Eligibility You are eligible to apply for a D-10 visa if: You want to engage in researching and job seeking activities in a relevant field such as E-1 Professorship, E-2 Foreign Language

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Four month low in Job growth sector

South Korea’s monthly job growth has declined to the lowest in four months, a government report showed on Wednesday. The number of those employed totalled 26,141,000 in August, up 256,000 from a year ago, Xinhua cited Statistics Korea. However, it was the lowest August growth since August 2009 when the global financial crisis was going

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The Implications of Meokbang

It’s not just about watching pretty people eat. Have you heard of 먹방 (meokbang)? It’s short for 먹는방송 (meokneunbangsong) which translates to ”eating broadcasting”, a very fitting name as it is just what meokbang is; a live broadcast of a person eating copious amounts of food. Despite being a fairly new phenomenon meokbang has garnered

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