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re: Working in Japan: Myths, Realities, Compensation, Culture (By A Software Engineer) VIEW POST

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re: Your experience is absolutely normal. I would say that if your Japanese is around N2, you're at the gold standard - you can communicate reasonably ...
 

In hindsight I probably should have focused more on improving my Japanese while I was there. Still had an amazing time teaching English before becoming a dev though, so it wasn't all bad.

I'm glad you got to enjoy that! I wish teaching English were more of a career so the people who like it could keep doing it.

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