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Teaching Jobs Overseas: Choosing an ESL Company in Japan 
 
by Rob Goss September 30, 2005

Work on the Side

Both NOVA and ECC are happy for their teachers to gain additional income working for other companies as long as they don’t steal students and as long as priority is given to their scheduling.

GEOS does not allow moonlighting and states on its website that moonlighting is contrary to Japanese Immigration Law. Perhaps this is true, or perhaps not. The fact of the matter is that most teachers gain valuable income from moonlighting and no teachers have ever been hauled up by the government because of it.

In fact, many teachers moonlight as state high school and university teachers, and the government happily pays them and then happily collects taxes from income earned on the side.

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