Koreans at Work: Volunteer Counselor

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In this ebook, a chapter of Koreans at Work, a volunteer counselor in Gwangju describes her job, it's good and bad points, and what she does on a day to day basis. This interview and others in Koreans at Work reveal much about the Korean people, their hopes and dreams, as well as cultural tendencies. Readers can also learn about a particular line of work, in this case, counseling. This short ebook is appropriate for learners studying culture in general and Asian or Korean culture in particular, as well as Career Design. Reading about various jobs is the best way to prepare students to make the appropriate decisions for their future study and work. Definitions for some vocabulary, in particular specialized words and occupation-related words, are available in handy pop-up windows. For a limited time I am offering this product with special copyright permission; that is, feel free to share it with as many students as you like. If you and your students find it useful, please consider purchasing other chapters of Koreans at Work or a chapter from another book in the Asians at Work series (Japan, China, Taiwan, etc.)!
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