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  • Nigerian teachers with fake degrees seeking ESL jobs

    By: TESall.com < Show E-mail >

    Date: Thu, 05 Jul 2007

    Location: Online (Online)

    We received the following resume posting on the TeachOverseas.ca website:


    Interesting way to attract attention. We clicked it, but only as part of the process of deleting it (which we then didn't do once we read the entire posting).

    If you were a school owner, would you click it motivated by anything more than curiousity?

    Re: Nigerian teachers with fake degrees seeking ESL jobs (views: 5595)

    Online (Online) - Sun, 08 Jul 2007
    Posted by GoTeacher

    That's a little bit like advertising yourself as a former Enron employee seeking accounting work. The adage that all publicity is good publicity doesn't necessarily apply when first impresssions are important and tongue-in-cheek humour may be perceived as inappropriate or offensive, if it is understood at all.

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