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Interviewing potential overseas employersWhile it is prudent to put effort into presenting oneself as a worthy candidate for hire, it is important that a candidate for an overseas teaching job learn about the company that he is interviewing with. In essence, he needs to interview the employer. The candidate should always have a list of questions for which suitable answers must be obtained before accepting an overseas position. Some of them will be gleaned during the interview. Some may need to be asked directly of the interviewer. Don’t rush immediately into your probing. Give the employer your full attention, and the answers you seek may present themselves. However, don’t accept the job without obtaining satisfactory, though possibly incomplete, understanding. Employers should appreciate the knowledge your questions display as well as your desire to consider your commitment carefully. The points that I want to address in this essay are related to employer’s expectations, the kinds of students you would be teaching, and functional support offered to the teacher. First, let us consider employer expectations. You want an employer who cares enough to have standards, but you don’t want someone who burns you out. Standards must be reasonable. Find out how many hours you are