Friday, June 24, 2016

5 out of 5

My boss from KMA texted me with the good news that my performance evaluation had come back from my June 11 class, and all five of my students had given me a perfect score, 5 out of 5, for my teaching. I'm proud, but not too surprised: I like working for KMA, and I enjoy my students as much as they enjoy me. As a result of this comfy dynamic, my eval scores are always somewhere in the 95%-100% range. KMA is the perfect work environment for me; I really wish I could work there full-time, but the company has told me several times that that's not possible: as a quasi-governmental organization, KMA only gives work to teachers who are already sponsored by and/or employed at other companies. If KMA ever did offer work at its current hourly rates, I'd be out of the Golden Goose like a shot. I wouldn't even need to work full-time: just twelve 8-hour days a month would net me nearly 6 million won ($5000, US). That's about three days a week for four weeks in a calendar month.

Anyway, I'm celebrating Brexit this evening, but I'm also celebrating my eval results. Pardon my swollen head. It'll deflate soon enough.


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