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In many ways, Cullen Thomas’s description of going to South Korea to teach English and explore Asia sounds familiar to many U.S. college graduates who find themselves doing exactly what he did in 1993. Of course, as Thomas and I discussed, the ESL market in South Korea was remarkably different in the early 90s, namely because it was less competitive and wages were higher than they are today.

If you are in the ESL industry, whether you’re a teacher or do something else related to this area, searching for topics in the field on any major search engine certainly yields plenty of results, and while that sounds like a good thing, it can actually be quite maddening when you begin to click on the links looking for something substantive and informative.

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