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1 Salary increase for Filipinos? on Sun Nov 18, 2018 6:54 pm


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Hello and Sawasdee khrap,

            I've just found this job add and was wondering what other schools currently pay for Filipino teachers. It's good that schools pay decent money to NNES, so my post is not a racist one.

  More about the job here:

   Does anybody have more information about SINE?

The Position
• Full-time maths teacher for mathayom students – M1 to M3
• Part of a team of 7 Sine teachers
• Teaching in English
Salary 30,000THB pcm
• Contract to 31st March 2019 including all Thai public holidays paid
Maximum 18 teaching hours per week
• Work permit and visa processed and paid for on receipt of clean Non-B visa
• Aetna health insurance provided

We neither have an insurance nor do they pay for the visa/work permit in your first year, just saying.

2 Re: Salary increase for Filipinos? on Thu Nov 22, 2018 6:56 pm


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Last I looked a few years ago, SINE and BFITS were off of the same hallway. I know an ultra competent Pinay who has been in the BFITS office for a dozen years.

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