Jobs in the USA: Korean Jobseekers (한국인 작업을 찾고 있다)

Following my post on Jobs in Korea: Korean Jobseekers(한국인 작업을 찾고 있다) I wanted to continue the job search discussion, by providing some insight, tips, and basic references for Koreans looking or planning to work in the U.S. As many of you know my boyfriend is a Korean citizen whom I met during my 2nd year…

Jobs in Korea: Korean Jobseekers(한국인 작업을 찾고 있다)

Earlier this year I wrote a blog post geared toward helping international job seekers interested in Finding A Job In Korea (직업을 찾기).  Continuing the discussion on job hunting in Korea I wanted to discuss how actual Koreans look for work in Korea and occasionally abroad. Whether you are looking for part-time or full-time work…

MA degree vs BA degree (석사 학위vs학사 학위)

Recently, I have been debating with my family about why I still do not want to pursue a PhD after obtaining two master degrees.  To summarize our lengthy discussion I tried convincing them that living with a MA degree is more valuable than a BA degree – because the job market in my ideal field…

Finding A Job In Korea (직업을 찾기)

Just one year ago after making the decision to leave my teaching position in Yongin I was offered a full-time job as a content writer/ marketer with a small Korean company in the Seocho-gu area of Seoul, Korea.  However, unfortunately the head manager at this company revoked my employment offer during the first week I…