Questions and Answers about EF Education First

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How are the working hours?

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9am to 6pm

Answered - Office Manager (Former Employee) - Hawaii

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Required 45 hours per week. many times of the year it can be up to 60.

Answered - Territory Manager and Tour Consultant (Current Employee) - Denver, CO

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They vary greatly; there tends to be a long gap in-between classes (from about 2 or 3 to 6) which can be tedious as you are expected to stay. Some managers will allow you to come just before classes begin as long as you are prepared, some managers will expect you to be there an hour before. Nearly everyone is expected to work weekends as it is the best time for students, though you often leave (and start) a little earlier.

Answered - International Teacher (Former Employee) - Beijing and Nanjing, China

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Long except in the Summer Months

Answered - Senior Regional Manager (Current Employee) - Boston, MA

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Very poor work-life balance. Lots of evening/weekend work commitments. High rate of burnout.

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Evenings and weekends

Answered - International English Teacher (Former Employee) - 上海市

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