lequack wrote:I don't teach at Inlingua but I know a few people who do. The main problem comes from the fact that the school is a franchise. The working conditions for each teacher depends on who their boss is. Some people have really enjoyed their time with the company and have managed to retain decent working hours that haven't left them destitute; others have worked for people who treat their staff like cattle and are only too happy to give you no work once they can see no further benefit for themselves.
From what they've told me, it's quite easy work. You are given a pre-prepared lesson to teach and all you have to do is enter the classroom and you're on your way.
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