[quote=“Loretta”]Generally speaking, foreign employers are not very interested in what YOU want. They want to know what you can offer them.
You want money, a place to practise English, and to learn something. What do you do to justify your salary? Why should anyone spend their time teaching you or practising English with you? You intend to leave after a few years, so you’re not going to be here once you become a fluent skilled member of the team. Do you see the problem with this?
I suggest you write an introduction to yourself explaining what your skills are and what your experience is. Make potential employers know what you can give them, instead of only talking about what you want.
Also talk about what kind of job you want to do. What fields are you interested in? People want to know that you will be interested in your job.
Also, this forum is just for talking about legal stuff. You should try the Business and Money forum, or maybe the Teaching English forum - people there can advise you on how to apply for jobs.
And if you take some time to join in some other conversations here, it will give people a chance to get to know something about you. Maybe put a link in your signature line to your message.
Well done for deciding to post this here, by the way. It shows original and practical thinking. People like that.
Hope this helps.[/quote]
First thanks for the reply, and I think I didn’t make it clear enough.
My point is just simple, I only wish to learn the experience and skill through a job, like an apprentice. Because since I am no longer in the college, I want to arrange my life on my own, even just give it a try. A job like most of the college student, maybe in a coffee shop, a small restaurant, or a store, but rather than that is a place where I have the chance to speak Eng. I can’t say my Eng is the best, but at least I have strong confidence with it.
That’s the reason i left a post here, for a try. Although I didn’t expect much of it, hesitated to write as I’ve mentioned.
Anyway, thanks again, I’ll rethink about this idea.
p.s. a link to my signature? I made it on my own.