I worked from 8 a.m. until 6 or 7 p.m. with an hour long lunch break and 10 or 15 minute breaks throughout the day. I taught classes of about 12 studnets of all ages and proficiency levels. I learned to manage my time well. You have to prepare lessons and perform basic administrative duties. This meant that I had to learn to manage my time better so as to not be left unprepared for any lessons or changes that would regularly arise. The workplace culture is different because the company is in Korea and they work a little differently form us but it was overall pleasant to work in the company. The hardest part about working in the company was never being in the loop about things that were happening in the company. We always found out things long after everyone else knew. The best part was being able to see the impact that we had on our students as well as our colleagues.
Long hours and little free time