Inside Japan Podcast

The Inside Japan Podcast: Eikaiwa Teacher to Interac to Opening a School – Tyson

Tyson drops in this week to talk about working hard (while being a manager at Interac in particular), why passing N1 doesn’t guarantee you anything, and his path to starting his own school. Enjoy. Right-Click

Tyson drops in this week to talk about working hard (while being a manager at Interac in particular), why passing N1 doesn’t guarantee you anything, and his path to starting his own school. Enjoy.

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Topics

  • 01:24 – Intro – What Tyson does these days
  • 02:20 – What he did when he first got into Japan
  • 06:30 – Tyson’s end goal for studying long enough to pass N1
  • 12:30 – N1 doesn’t mean you can get whatever job you want
  • 18:55 – Why Tyson became a manager at Interac (It wasn’t the money)
  • 23:33 – Why Tyson left Interac and starting One Coin
  • 31:10 – An Average day for him now
  • 34:15 – Final Advice

Peter Lackner is the Managing Partner at JobsinJapan.com and has had management-level positions at major job boards in Japan including: CareerCross.com, GaijinPot, CareerEngine and currently the managing partner at JobsinJapan.com.

Running a job board gives Peter the opportunity to speak with employers and job seekers every day and find out why some are successful and others are not. Speaking to both employers and job seekers has given Peter the ability to be able to see both sides of the hiring process. This is why JobsinJapan.com exists - to help job seekers find the jobs they want and employers to find the candidates they need.

Peter is active in the ETJ (English Teachers in Japan organization), a member of JALT’s School Owners SIG and currently on the Executive Board of the Tokyo Association of International Preschools.

You can often find Peter speaking to groups on how to get a new or better job, and to employers on how to avoid making a bad hire.

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